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BANGKOK 25 April 2019 02:48

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Only a few drops in San Pu Loei 😞

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No a drop in San Sai.... unfortunately.  Garden really needs the rain.

 

 

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Hot and dry outside Phitsanulok .... please send a couple of inches, it's so dry now.

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Huffed and puffed and dribbled.

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15 minutes modest rain in Padaed


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6 minutes ago, Thailand said:

Huffed and puffed and dribbled.

Sure did but alas zero content more likely to just fan the flames  🤔

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That’s why God invented hoses. So the garden can be watered during dry hot spells.

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Not a drop in Nong Hoy, got only the gusty winds for about an hour. Anyway, it requires at least 3 days of heavy rain to really clean the air. Just one day of one hour is just gonna clean the air temporarily for a few hours. To clean the air longer term you need at least 3 days of heavy rain, and no more burning after.

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Good rain in a storm in Pua yesterday afternoon and quite a bit more in another around 11:30pm. Lost power for 30-60 minutes in both.

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On 4/17/2019 at 5:38 PM, Maybole said:

Hurray.

Thunderstorm with 25 mins heavy rain in Hang Dong & San Pa Tong area, Strong gusty wind knocked about my Makheua bushes but they will recover.

Moving SE so Lamphun and Lampang next in the firing line. 

In Lamphun province, all we got was the thunder and a bit of wind.  The rain didn't catch up.  Wish it would have as the haze around the Khun Tan mountains this morning was about as bad as it's been all burn season. 

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On my blustery ride into the city yesterday I did see a very optimistic girl riding a scooter and....wearing a raincoat;

she only succeeded in looking really stupid though!

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Only must wait 2 or 3 weeks... then will come the “diluvium”. I hope!

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There was a ton of rain for a while some places.

Rain is in the forecast too, maybe tomorrow and some other days coming week

Humidity 74%

Never known such a rapid change of temp as yesterday

 

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