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THE METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT HAS ISSUED A WARNING TO PEOPLE IN THE NORTHEAST TO BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR FLOODS

The Meteorological Department has warned Thailand's Northeast provinces of flash floods, as they will be affected by a depression over the South China Sea.

The Meteorology Department Director-General, Supharerk Tansrirattanawong (ศุภฤกษ์ ตันศรีรัตนวงษ์), commented about a depression over the South China Sea at 13:00 hrs, which had an epicentre located roughly 400 kilometres West of the Coast of Vietnam, or latitude 13.0 degrees north and longitude 113.0 degrees east.

The maximum wind velocity near its centre is some 50 km/hr.

Heavy rain is expected for the next few days in Thailand's Northeast and North. Nevertheless, the rainfall will help alleviate the drought in these regions.

People in Ubon Ratchathani (อุบลราชธานี) Amnat Charoen (อำนาจเจริญ), Nakhon Phanom (นครพนน), Mukdahan (มุกดาหาร), Surin (สุรินทร์), Si Sa Ket (ศรีษะเกษ) and Chanthaburi (จันทบุรี) are being warned to be on the lookout for flash floods, forest floods, and overflowing of waterways.

Source: thaisnews.com ประจำวันจันทร์ที่ 12 กันยายน 2548

/Edit: I also heard on the radio this morning that areas as far south as Trat may also be affected.

Edited by Jai Dee

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Hmmm.Watched the old satellite imagery on the news this morning.O dear.The path is through the middle of Isaan and then on to the North.

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THE METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT HAS ISSUED A WARNING TO PEOPLE IN THE NORTHEAST TO BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR FLOODS

The Meteorological Department has warned Thailand's Northeast provinces of flash floods, as they will be affected by a depression over the South China Sea.

The Meteorology Department Director-General, Supharerk Tansrirattanawong (ศุภฤกษ์ ตันศรีรัตนวงษ์), commented about a depression over the South China Sea at 13:00 hrs, which had an epicentre located roughly 400 kilometres West of the Coast of Vietnam, or latitude 13.0 degrees north and longitude 113.0 degrees east.

The maximum wind velocity near its centre is some 50 km/hr.

Heavy rain is expected for the next few days in Thailand's Northeast and North. Nevertheless, the rainfall will help alleviate the drought in these regions.

People in Ubon Ratchathani (อุบลราชธานี) Amnat Charoen (อำนาจเจริญ), Nakhon Phanom (นครพนน), Mukdahan (มุกดาหาร), Surin (สุรินทร์), Si Sa Ket (ศรีษะเกษ) and Chanthaburi (จันทบุรี) are being warned to be on the lookout for flash floods, forest floods, and overflowing of waterways.

Source: thaisnews.com ประจำวันจันทร์ที่ 12 กันยายน 2548

/Edit: I also heard on the radio this morning that areas as far south as Trat may also be affected.

although those precasts are not always correct, as we had a beautiful, sunny and dry weekend, it clouded, windy and raining almost continuously since last late afternoon, as predisted on TV too.

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Have you guys seen this?

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Well we appear to be seeing some serious storm clouds this morning and a bit of wind I would assume that this the start for the Udon area, any recent weather pics?

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Well we appear to be seeing some serious storm clouds this morning and a bit of wind I would assume that this the start for the Udon area, any recent weather pics?

The TMD's website is down at the moment... :o

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It's been pouring hard for 17 hours straight now in Chonburi. Never seen this before...

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Getting very windy in Nong Khai.I wish you could be here JD to witness the storms we are having this year.Amazing ferocity.

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UBON RATCHATHANI WATER LEVELS ARE RISING

Water levels in many areas of Ubon Ratchathani province are rising.

Mr. Annan Preechawuthiwong (อนันต์ ปรีชาวุฒิวงศ์), an engineer of the seventh local canal in Ubon Ratchathani, has revealed that water levels have exceeded the limit markers in many areas of the province. Many are rapidly rising, including the lake at the Democratic Freedom Bridge (เสรีประชาธิปไตย). In the Ubon Ratchathani municipality, water levels were at one meter fifty two centimetres yesterday, higher than the previous day by four centimetres.

In Tambon Thatnoy (ธาตุน้อย), Ampur KhuangNye (เขื่องใน), water levels were at seventy eight centimetres, up by twelve centimetres from Monday. In Lamsaybhai (ลำเซบาย), Baan Thawaree (ท่าวารี), Ampur KhuangNye, water levels were at three meters fifty eight centimetres, up by nine centimetres. In other areas, water levels are also rising.

The Sirinthorn Dam in the region is capable of accommodating one billion nine hundred sixty six million cubic meters of water, and now contains one billion six hundred thirty one point two million cubic meters, an increase of forty three point seven six million cubic meters. The dam can accommodate a further three hundred thirty four point eight million cubic meters of water.

Source: thaisnews.com ประจำวันพุธที่ 14 กันยายน 2548

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With all the rain in Chon Buri at least the great unwashed in Pattaya will be able to take a shower. :o

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With all the rain in Chon Buri at least the great unwashed in Pattaya will be able to take a shower. :D

Tukyleith and I (along with our respective families) are coming up there next week just to take a shower in Isaan mate... which way is the wind blowing now?... you'll smell us coming... :D

And, by the way, from the looks of the latest synoptic chart it's gonna rain some more... :o

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Judging the past few hours I think it has finally made Udon, anyone got any recent neat weather charts or satelite images?

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