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Thailand’s weather turns cooler on Tuesday

Written by Thailand News

With the exception of the south, the rest of Thailand will experience colder weather from today (Tuesday), with temperatures forecast to drop from 3-5oC, Thailand’s Meteorological Department reported this morning.

The colder weather is attributable to the arrival of a new and strong cold front from China, now covering northern Laos and Vietnam, which is forecast to spread to Thailand’s north and north-east this afternoon.

In the north, the mercury is predicted to fall by 1-3oC, with minimum temperatures ranging from 11-14oC in the low lands and 2-10oC in mountainous areas. Frost may form in some places.

In the north-east it also will be colder, with temperatures forecast to drop by 3-5oC. Minimum temperatures range from 8-14oC in the low lands and 6-13oC at higher elevations. Maximum will temperatures range from 28-31oC.

The central region is forecast to cool by 2-4oC, to a minimum of 15-17oC. Bangkok and its suburbs will experience strong winds and cold weather, with temperatures dropping by 1-3oC, to a minimum of 18-21oC in the morning.

In the east there will be cold weather and strong winds, with the mercury forecast to drop by 2-4oC, to a minimum of between 16oC and 20oC. Waves at sea will average one metre near the shore and 1-2 metres further out to sea.

The eastern coast of the south will experience cold weather, with rain forecast in 30% of the area, with isolated heavy rain in Phatthalung, Songkhla, Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat provinces. Minimum temperatures range from 19-25oC.  Rough seas are predicted in the Gulf, to the south of Nakhon Si Thammarat.

Rain is also forecast for about 20% of the western coast in the south. Minimum temperatures will range from 22-26oC.


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