TMD points flash floods and heavy rain warning

The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD)announced a cautionary warning for the period this weekend, urging people to brace for heavy rainfall, risk of flash floods, and forest runoff. The department additionally warned of excessive waves, recommending that people avoid travelling by boat.
The TMD right now forecasted the weather over the next 24-hour period, emphasising that a reasonable southwest monsoon continues to prevail over the Andaman Sea, Thailand, and the Gulf of Thailand, leading to ongoing thundershowers over the period.
In the higher Andaman Sea, the wave peak reaches 1 to 2 metres, and in areas the place there are thundershowers, the waves can exceed 2 metres. In the lower Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, the waves are approximately 1 metre high, and in areas the place there are thundershowers, waves can reach 1 to 2 metres top. Boat operators within the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand are urged to travel with caution and avoid areas with thundershowers over the period.
The climate forecast for Thailand, ranging from midnight today to midnight tomorrow, predicts 40% of the northern region will experience thundershowers, mainly in Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Lamphun, Lampang, Kamphaeng Phet, Tak, and Phetchabun. Painless will reach a minimum of 24 to 26 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 34 to 37 degrees Celsius, with southwest winds blowing at a pace of 10 to 20 kilometres per hour.
Similar weather patterns are also anticipated across the northeastern, central, jap, and southern regions, in addition to within the Bangkok vicinity, reported Sanook.
The common weather forecast from July 6 to 12 predicts ongoing thundershowers as a outcome of prevailing moderate southwest monsoon over the Andaman Sea, Thailand, and the Gulf of Thailand. This is strengthened by the low atmospheric pressure covering the upper part of Vietnam.
Between July eight and 10, the southerly and southeasterly winds will cowl the lower northern region, northeast, and central area together with Bangkok and Nonthaburi, the east, and the south, leading to increased rainfall and heavy downpours in some areas.
Winds within the Andaman Sea and Gulf of Thailand will be moderate with waves about one metre excessive, and in thundershower areas, it goes to be probably more than one to two metres from July 7 to 12..

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