The North and Northeastern regions of Thailand will have cold Christmas weather — thanks to the arrival of a moderate cold front from China.
According to the Thai Meteorological Department, temperatures in the north and northeast will go down 2-4oC on December 24-27, with minimum temperatures ranging between 14-22oC in low-lying areas and 6-15oC in the highlands; a cold Christmas indeed.
Meanwhile, in Bangkok and its suburbs, as well as the eastern region, the weather will be cool, with minimum temperatures ranging from 19-23oC, while the southern region will experience less rain.
The moderate cold front from China is covering the northern part of Thailand and the South China Sea, compounded by the high-altitude westerly wind over the northern and north-eastern regions.
The north-eastern monsoon, which is covering the Gulf and southern Thailand, is weakening, according to the Weatherman.
Source: Thai PBS World
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