Heavy rain and flash floods forecast in southern region

THE WEAK high-pressure system over upper Thailand and the South China Sea will push temperatures up by 1-3°C, the national weather agency forecast.

Mornings will see foggy conditions with dense fog in some places while the weather will remain cool to cold, the Thailand Meteorological Department said on Tuesday.

People in upper Thailand should exercise caution while moving outdoors due to poor visibility, the department said.

A strong northeast monsoon prevails over the Gulf and the South while there is a low cell over the coast of Malaysia. Isolated heavy rain is likely in the lower South.

People should beware of heavy rain and accumulated rain that may cause flash flooding.

Moderate winds trigger waves in Nakhon Si Thammarat southward about two metres high and above three metres during thundershowers. All ships should proceed with caution, it said. — The Nation/ANN

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