More heavy rain expected in Thailand's upper regions in the next 24 hours

More heavy rain expected in Thailand's upper regions in the next 24 hours

 

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Picture: Thai Rath

 

The Thai met office has warned people in the upper regions of Thailand to expect more rain - heavy in places - in their latest forecast from 6 am today until 6 am tomorrow. 

 

They warned of the potential for flooding and forest run-off. 

 

They listed the north, central and east as areas that would face the most rain. 

 

There would be only isolated light rain in the south. 

 

Swells of 2 meters are expected in the Andaman Sea and 1-2 meters in the upper gulf. 

 

Those putting to sea were warned to exercise caution. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

 

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