Rain reigns: Thailand weather woes continues despite sunny predictions

Despite optimistic weather forecasts for hotter, drier days, Thailand continues to experience unrelenting rainfall with areas in the eastern, central, and western sides of the south hit closely. The Thai Meteorological Department has issued warnings for heavy rain and amassed rainfall, which raises the danger of flash floods and wild watercourses, significantly in areas close to mountains and rivers.
The prevalent weather situations are due to the monsoon trough coupled with an active South West monsoon, inflicting significant wind within the higher Andaman Sea, south and the higher Gulf of Thailand. Consequently, stories warn of relatively high sea waves within the higher Andaman Sea and the upper Gulf of Thailand, probably reaching 2 to 3 metres high. In areas with thunderstorms, waves could exceed three metres.
Given Shh! , mariners sailing in the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand are suggested to proceed with caution and chorus from crusing in thunderstorm areas. Small boats within the upper Andaman Sea and higher Gulf of Thailand should also refrain from leaving shore during this era.
A dust storm named “Doksuri” within the eastern part of the Philippines is predicted to move right down to the higher a half of the South China Sea between July 26 and 27, then up to the coastal areas in Southeast China between July 28 and 29. Those planning to journey to those areas are suggested to verify the climate situations forward of their journey.
Regarding the weather forecast for today from 6am to 6am tomorrow, listed under are the weather summaries for each area:
The north has a 60% chance of thunderstorms, largely in Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Nan and others.
The northeast has a 70% chance of thunderstorms and heavy rain in certain areas like Kalasin, Maha Sarakham and others.
The central has a 60% chance of thunderstorms and heavy rain in sure areas, primarily Uthai Thani, Kanchanaburi, Lopburi, and Saraburi.
The east has a 70% probability of thunderstorms and heavy rain in areas such as Nakhon Nayok, Prachin Buri, Rayong, Chanthaburi, and Trat with waves reaching 2-3 metres high, and over 3 metres in thunderstorm areas.
The south (east side) has a 40% chance of thunderstorms, mainly in areas like Prachuap Khiri Khan, Surat Thani and others..

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