Umbrellas out, extra monsoonal rain in the wake of ‘Dianmu’

With tropical despair Dianmu now properly into the Bay of Bengal and continuing to weaken, one other low melancholy sits over Thailand’s lower north, continuing to drop rain in most elements of the nation. The region can also be coming to the end of the annual storm season which whips up west-moving storms from the Pacific and into the South China Sea (more below).
Published this morning on Thailand’s TMD…

“The monsoon trough lies across the lower North, the central and the lower Northeast affiliate with the low-pressure cell covers the Central. Meanwhile, the southwest monsoon prevails over the Andaman Sea, the South and the Gulf of Thailand.”

Put in plain English, count on some extra rain in most components of Thailand as the nation enters its traditional wettest month of the year, October.
Looking ahead…

“Continuous rains remain over the country with isolated heavy rain remains over in the lower Central, the East and the South… The southwest monsoon prevails over the Andaman Sea, Thailand and the Gulf of Thailand throughout the interval.”

The annual celebration of Songkran, the Thai New Year on April thirteen, is usually timed to match each the tip of Thailand’s scorching season and the beginning of the annual moist season. But in most provinces the start of the monsoon is normally a month or so later.
If you’d wish to study more about Thailand’s fairly predictable monsoon cycle, learn HERE.
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