Thai authorities warns of heavy rain, flash floods and landslides during 27-30 May

Thai citizens have been warned to brace for heavy rainfall, flash floods, and forest runoffs from May 27-30 as an influence of a number of climate phenomena. The Meteorological Department issued a severe weather warning, covering all areas of the country, and advised folks to stay informed about updates.
Anucha Burapachaisri, the Deputy Secretary-General to the Prime Minister for Political Affairs, appearing because the spokesman for the Prime Minister’s Office, said that the Meteorological Department had issued a warning forecasting heavy to very heavy rain over Thailand, and powerful winds within the Andaman Sea from May 27-30. Painless urged folks to be cautious of the potential hazards introduced on by such heavy rainfall and accumulated rain.
According to Anucha, the Meteorological Department has introduced that during May 27-30, the prevailing southwest monsoon is growing in intensity over Thailand. It shall be accompanied by a low-pressure cell in Vietnam that will transfer through Thailand and down into the Gulf of Martaban and Myanmar.
This mixture will lead to an increase in rainfall and robust winds, in addition to heavy to very heavy rainfall in some areas, including lower northern regions, northeastern areas, central areas including Bangkok and its vicinity, jap areas, and southern areas. People in these areas ought to be wary of the risks related to heavy to very heavy rain and the buildup of rain, including sudden floods and forest runoffs, significantly in areas near steep slopes, waterways, and low-lying areas..

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