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Heavy Rain Hits Northeastern Thailand as Storm Noul Moves in

 

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BANGKOK, September 18 (TNA) – Tropical Storm Noul has caused heavy rainfalls in Thailand’s northeast as the Category 3 tropical storm made landfall in Vietnam’s Hue city early on Friday.

 

The storm is forecast to have strong impacts to provinces in the North and Northeast from Friday to Sunday.  

 

Thailand’s Department of Meteorological reported at 10 am on Friday that Noul was moving toward the Northeast of Thailand with sustained winds of 75 kilometer per hour.

 

Full story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-541840

 

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As I stated on another post, according to Ventusky, Noul went right over my house at 6am this morning. I didn't even know. Raining a bit heavy today, but nowt unusual.

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17 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

I must live in a different northeast. In Udon we've had some rain, but nothing 'heavy'.

It passed to the south so we didn't catch the worst of it. It was the same for us in Sakon Nakhon. Light winds and rain only. Of course the mountains of Laos would have taken the sting out of it as well.

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Massive raining in Ubon-Sisaket since Friday morning.

 

Some roads flooded and farms turned into swamps.

 

And the damn thing is moving away extremely slowly...

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1 hour ago, Chassa said:

Not stopped raining in Nong Bua Lamphu since 9:30am yeserday!

How much rain? are you in the city? are the reservoirs now full with All the rain, are the adjacent reservoirs full, UdonRat is empty, not making it to there, Huai Luang is at 32% - 40% less rain than this time last year, do you know how to gauge rainfall? besides looking out the window?

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2 hours ago, bluesofa said:

I must live in a different northeast. In Udon we've had some rain, but nothing 'heavy'.

Yer true....I was watching the scenes in Vietnam on TV.......think it must be moving slower than what they expected. Seems it still there.

The shops near the old Tesco, are all sand bagged in front. Maybe they know something I don't............:coffee1:

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1 hour ago, Brunolem said:

Massive raining in Ubon-Sisaket since Friday morning.

 

Some roads flooded and farms turned into swamps.

 

And the damn thing is moving away extremely slowly...

Here at my house in Ubon Ratchathani city it started raining about 9 pm on Thursday night and it is still raining steadily now (Saturday 3 pm). Over 40 hours. The heaviest part was Friday afternoon. Massive surface flooding, trees toppled over and roads blocked. As said above, moving away extremely slowly. 

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19 minutes ago, Yasobill said:

We got a good amount of rain in Yaso yesterday and this morning. Some flooded roads and Fields and ponds filling up.

we needed this precip! 

+1 here in Buriram the same. The Rice farmers are happy and are buying fertilizer in droves.

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Update: at 7PM here in Sisaket, it is still raining! 

 

This depression from hell won't go away! 

 

It will take days to recover, and much more if the river Moon jumps out of its bed like last year... 

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Western part of Khon Kaen.

Rain coming and going all day with short breaks.

Definitely darkest day of this year.

Now (8 PM) strong/intense rain.

Fortunately no flooding problem in the village but likely a lot of crop damaged/lost?

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