Cold spell from China to hit Bangkok next week
Winter is not yet over as another cold spell coming from China is expected to move down next week to cover northern Thailand, including the capital Bangkok.
The Meteorological Department announced yesterday that Thailand’s upper region will experience turbulent weather condition from January 29 – February 4. Thunder rainstorms will come first, followed by strong winds and a sharp drop of temperature by 6-8 degrees Celsius.
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According to the announcement, the northeastern region will be the first to be blanketed by the new round of cold wave from China before it spreads to other parts of the country, including Bangkok.
Meanwhile, the southern region is expected to experience heavy rains, with high waves and strong winds in the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea.
Small boats are advised not to venture out to sea from January 31 – February 4.
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