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Colder Weather In Thailand Is Caused By Global Warming

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Colder weather in Thailand is caused by global warming

Weather Department on Thursday said that the global warming is the major cause of dropping of temperature in Thailand.

Department's Deputy Director General Somchai Baimuang said that the cold weather is likely to continue until tomorrow.

Temperature on Thursday has dropped across the country, with that in Bangkok dropped to 19 Celcius and that in northern province of Loei went down to 6.12 Celcius.

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-- The Nation 2011-03-17

related link: http://weather.thaivisa.com/

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A major debate is raging across the developed world as to whether global warming (man-made or not) is a reality or not. But luckily someone at the weather centre in Thailand has the definitive answer.

Amusing Thailand.

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Brought back out the blankets and heaters last night. We have SNOW in the foothills around Chiang Mai.

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I just had all of our Air Con units in the house and at the condo serviced in readiness for the coming Hot Season....

Typical!!

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Global warming causes cold weather?

Did the onset of the Ice Age signal rising warmer temperatures?

Does rain cause things to get wet?

Is snow really cold to the touch or does it just feel that way?

Is the sun really yellow or does it just seem that way because people haven't stared at it long enough?

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Global warming causes cold weather?

Did the onset of the Ice Age signal rising warmer temperatures?

Does rain cause things to get wet?

Is snow really cold to the touch or does it just feel that way?

Is the sun really yellow or does it just seem that way because people haven't stared at it long enough?

why is orange jam called marmalade?

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At least the drop in temp should mean less CO2 being emitted as the demand for electicity for Air Con units dips.

As for the comments in the OP - Any evidence or are you comments just sound bites pulled from your arse??

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The whole issue isn't so much about 'Global Warming' these days.

They changed the goal posts a few years ago to 'Climate Change' as they realised that maybe 'Global Warming' tied their hands a little too much

The truth is that while Mankind may or may not have contributed to 'Climate Change' weather patterns have shifted throughout history.

I'd like to know what the lowest recorded temperature for Bangkok in March is though.

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instead of looking for the sex of angels , just enjoy this low temperature , no A/C at home and offices .... its rare enough to be appreciated . :rolleyes:

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I just had all of our Air Con units in the house and at the condo serviced in readiness for the coming Hot Season....

Typical!!

Just like insurance doesn't it? You need it most when you do not have it...:lol:

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Climate change - colder in some parts of the world means hotter in some other parts. Same for rainfall. If this is not caused by man, then the cause is probably extraterrestrial.

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Chilly enough here in Ban Phe (Rayong province) that I dug out socks. Haven't worn them since I returned from Canada last September! angry.gif

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The whole issue isn't so much about 'Global Warming' these days.

They changed the goal posts a few years ago to 'Climate Change' as they realised that maybe 'Global Warming' tied their hands a little too much

The truth is that while Mankind may or may not have contributed to 'Climate Change' weather patterns have shifted throughout history.

I'd like to know what the lowest recorded temperature for Bangkok in March is though.

Don't have info for that... but

Weather in Bangkok in March

24 = Average Minimum Temperatures in Bangkok, Thailand (°C)

33 = Average Maximum Temperature in Bangkok, Thailand (°C)

29 = Bangkok Average Temperature (°C)

34 = Average Precipitation/ Rainfall (mm)

77 = Relative Humidity (%)

00 = Average Number of Days with Frost

http://www.climatetemp.info/thailand/bangkok.html

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