11 July 2024

Thailand’s Meteorological Department issued a bulletin today (Saturday) warning people living in 40 provinces across the country, including Bangkok and its peripherals, of heavy to very heavy rain until Monday.

The precipitation is being triggered by the convergence of the monsoon trough looming over Myanmar, northern and north-eastern Thailand and the low pressure cell over the Gulf of Tonkin, as well as the intensifying south-westerly monsoon over the Andaman Sea.

 

•The provinces that will be affected today are:

Amnat Charoen

Ayutthaya

Bangkok

Bueng Kan

Buri Ram

Chaiyaphum

Chanthaburi

Chiang Mai

Chiang Rai

Kalasin

Khon Kaen

Loei

Lop Buri

Maha Sarakham

Mukdahan

Nakhon Nayok

Nakhon Phanom

Nakhon Ratchasima

Nan

Nong Bua Lamphu

Nong Khai

Phang-nga

Phayao

Phetchabun

Phitsanuloke

Phrae

Phuket

Prachin Buri

Ranong

Roi-et

Sa Kaeo

Sakon Nakhon

Saraburi

Si Sa Ket

Surin

Trat

Ubon Ratchathani

Udon Thani

Uttaradit

Yasothon

 

• On Sunday, affected areas will be:

Ang Thong

Ayutthaya

Bangkok

Chachoengsao

Chainat

Chanthaburi

Chiang Mai

Chiang Rai

Chon Buri

Chumphon

Kamphaeng Phet

Kanchanaburi

Lampang

Lamphun

Lop Buri

Mae Hong Son

Nakhon Nayok

Nakhon Pathom

Nakhon Sawan

Nan

Phang-nga

Phayao

Phetchabun

Phetchaburi

Phichit

Phitsanuloke

Phrae

Phuket

Prachin Buri

Prachuap Khiri Khan

Ranong

Ratchaburi

Rayong

Sa Kaeo

Samut Sakhon

Samut Songkhram

Saraburi

Sing Buri

Sukhothai

Suphan Buri

Surat Thani

Tak

The north-eastern region

Trat

Uthai Thani

Uttaradit

 

• Heavy rain will continue on Monday in almost the entire central region, including:

Bangkok

Buri Ram

Chachoengsao

Chaiyaphum

Chanthaburi

Chiang Mai

Chon Buri

Chumphon

Kamphaeng Phet

Lampang

Lamphun

Mae Hong Son

Nakhon Nayok

Nakhon Ratchasima

Phang-nga

Phetchabun

Phetchaburi

Phichit

Phitsanuloke

Prachin Buri

Prachuap Khiri Khan

Ranong

Rayong

Sa Kaeo

Sukhothai

Tak

Trat