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Feb 13



Phrae 11:00 PM2.5   44 ug/m3 - AQI122   It’s windy at noon


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Feb 13-I


Question in the Central Thailand Forum - 'kanchanaburi-air-quality':
What is the point of this thread? A weather report?


and a clear answer, thanks 'canopy':

Canopy - The air supply that everyone is sharing has been deliberately tainted to the point of negatively impacting the health of the entire population living there. This is no weather report, this is serious, man made, and totally unnecessary. Don't let the fact that this occurs annually and is so long lasting bore you of this topic, these attributes should instead sound the alarm bells even louder.

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Feb 14-I


Fires Phrae and Yom valley - Lampang, river Wang and Mae Moh

last 24 hrs. - not in scale

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Feb 15



Phrae Saturday morning AQI 'only' 104


Upper North worse.


Bangkok 'better'


Kamphaeng Phet, south of Sukhothai showed us at 6:44

281 mcg/m3  -  AQI 331.





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Feb 16 


One more sunny afternoon in Phrae.

But a peak in the morning. I don't know why...


There might be a correlation?









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Phayao had 3 days of high winds. The smoke disappeared. Yesterday and today there has been no wind. Yesterday was still good but today very bad. We need some good rain toto get rid of the smoke. Hopefully we will get some big April storms

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Feb 16-I


I'm so glad for Bangkok, particularly for the humans (and animals too)

living in Kanchanaburi.  -  There the AQI is 'down' to 102.

I hope and wish this will remain...


BUT, what is this?  (Screenshots today 17 - 19:00)







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Feb 17


Pretty bad air up north -  Chiang Dao 416                           

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image.png.1cc35133e27fe6c8bf7881f301e3669d.png   ?              image.png.b074adf2d320a07917ae63aab8b7e05e.png  ?



Fires ChiangMai-Lampang-Phrae (last 24 hrs.)




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Feb 17-I 


More bad air?


Everly Brothers

thanks for your music.

image.png.3e7edbc90c3fe3258464c04f2d050fe1.png  died because of COPD.

This never ever could happen in Thailand!?


By the way, the Everly Brothers always have been one of the

best groups, musically and globally speaking - for ever.

Followed by 'The Shadows' and Cliff Richard.

Next great group I would say 'The Beach Boys'.

Sorry, I forgot to mention so many ...

(just remembered Rickie Nelson, Buddy Holly, Sam Cooke,

Otis, Aretha, Diana, The Beatles, Stones, Johnny Halliday...)

It's a strange world ...


Sorry, almost also forgot PM2.5 TH-North:



But other parts of the world not much better?



Remembering a friend - Wolfgang Asam - Munich - Berlin.

Tory and Lauren - Detroit

Steve - Pensacola

George - Ballarat

Anatoli - Taching










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Feb 18


At noon - almost the same picture:



Phrae 10:00   61 ug/m3  -  AQI 154




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Feb 18-III


I think we all are in the middle of fine dust. Particulate matter...

You don't see it, you can't smell it.

*** So what's the problem? ***

I hope, someone might find out, where all this sh!t

in our neighbourhood comes from. - Thanks.


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