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October 19 - I


Rainfall and flooding info:

Isan: Heavy rainfall occurred in some areas throughout the week

with very heavy rainfall in some areas on 15 and 17 Oct. Flood

occurred at Nakhon Ratchasima province on 12-16 Oct., at Si Sa Ket

province on 13 Oct., at Ubon Ratchathani province on 15 Oct., at

Chaiyaphum province on 17 Oct.

Eastern: Flood occurred at Sa Kaeo province on 12-15 Oct., at

Chachoengsao province on 13-15 Oct., at Chonburi and Prachinburi

provinces on 18 Oct.

(Cambodia and Vietnam were hit too.)




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Same , same?




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October 26




Phrae Province - Welcome new stations!


103 - Phrae Hospital                                              (PM2.5  17:00)

67 - Ban Tae

37 - Ban Thung Khaeo

20 - Rongkwang Hosp./Rongkhem (101/103)

76 - Ban Nong Muang Khai






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October 30     -   17:00 to 20:00


Thanks to rain almost green everywhere.



The Overview not so nice:





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November 4   - I

20 km north of Phrae:

Noon   40 ug/m3     AQI 112  image.png.890e5c3b3be6c7b6e81557bb5b7577be.png       

18:00   50 ug/m3     AQI 137  image.png.890e5c3b3be6c7b6e81557bb5b7577be.png

People with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children are the groups most at risk.




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