Wetter Rainy Season Predicted Later this Year

Wetter Rainy Season Predicted Later this Year

By Hua Hin Today

 

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Wetter Rainy Season Predicted Later this Year

 

Thailand could see 10% more rainfall than usual during this year’s rainy season with Andaman coastal provinces and eastern areas being warned of particularly heavy downpours, says the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD).

 

TMD director-general Wanchai Sakudomchai said Thailand officially enters the rainy season this week due to the influence of southwesterly winds.

 

The country will likely see above-average rainfall overall this year and he warned people across the country to expect torrential rain in September and October. 

 

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