Summer thunderstorm and hot days ahead, says weatherman
Expect summer thunderstorm and hot days ahead.
A rise in temperature in northern Thailand is expected due to the high-pressure system from China that will extend to cover the upper part of the country from March 3 to 5.
The southerly and southeasterly winds will bring humidity from the South China Sea to the East and Central regions, including Bangkok and its vicinity, while weak easterly winds prevail across the Gulf, the Thailand Meteorological Department has forecast. Isolated thundershowers are forecast for the lower North, Central, East and South.
Summer thunderstorms and lightning with gusty winds and hails are forecast for the Northeast and the East on March 3-4. The lower North, the Central, the East, including Bangkok and its vicinity, will be affected on March 4-5. People should keep off unsecured buildings and outdoor billboards and farmers have been urged to beware of crop damage.
Meanwhile, weak winds across Bangkok and its vicinity with isolated thundershowers will lower the accumulation of dust/smog.
Sources: Thai Meteorological Department | The Nation
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