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Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD)’s latest caution stated all ships should be preceded with cautions and small boats must keep ashore during the period of these 7 days. While less rain but scattered thunder shower rain is expected over the upper Northeastern and the Southern of the country.

Fortunately, tropical storm Haitang caused landfall in Fujian, China and tropical depression Nesat effect nothing to Thailand.

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During Jul, 31 – Aug 2; In the upper Northern, upper Northeastern and Southwestern of Thailand will be heavy raining from the southwest monsoon.

 

 

During Aug 3 – 6; Across the upper Northern and Northeastern of Thailand will be more raining caused by the southeast monsoon that will be also leading another heavy rain in Eastern and Southwestern of Thailand, which causing strong waves in the Andaman Sea and the upper of the Gulf of Thailand thru the period.

 

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