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Red flags out, vendors move furniture to high ground as storms lash Hua Hin coast

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Red flags out, vendors move furniture to high ground as storms lash Hua Hin coast

 

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Picture: Manager Online

 

Manager reported that storms and high seas were lashing the Hua Hin coast.

 

The storms were expected to last until Saturday and they warned the public to check for the latest with the Met Office.

 

They said that red warning flags were flying on a 7 kilometer stretch from the Hua Hin area south to Khao Takiap.

 

Beach vendors of all kinds had moved their furniture and other items to prevent damage.

 

Manager said waves of 2 to 3 meters had churned the sea in a murky and swirling morass.

 

Source: Manager Online

 
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beautiful sunny day here in Hua Hin.

 

not a cloud in sight.

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Not all of Hua Hin by the looks of things - lovely day here in Hin Lek Fai!

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Is it the Tourist Authority who also drafts out the weather forecasts ??!!

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Well if you actually went to the beach you would have seen what is the matter.Waves all the way up the beach reaching the stairs of some hotels.Yes disaster for beach vendors and no go zone for tourists.

 

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