Active Pacific storms unlikely to impact Thailand

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The Meteorological Department recently provided an update on the three storms developing over the Pacific Ocean and the South China Sea, assuring that Thailand is not expected to be impacted. (Photo – Storm Nanmadol over Pacific Ocean from Bob ‘Farmer’ Hines Twitter)

Three newly developed storms over the Pacific Ocean and the South China Sea are unlikely to impact Thailand, as the kingdom continues to face flood threats due to a prevailing monsoon trough and winds.

The Meteorological Department recently provided an update on the three storms developing over the Pacific Ocean and the South China Sea, assuring that Thailand is not expected to be impacted.



According to the department, Typhoon Muifa was moving northward into eastern China while Typhoon Merbok and Storm Nanmadol are also not headed anywhere near Thailand.

Many parts of Thailand nevertheless continue to face heavy rains caused by a monsoon trough prevailing over the northern and upper northeastern regions, as well as seasonal monsoon winds over the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand.

According to the department, Typhoon Muifa was moving northward into eastern China while Typhoon Merbok and Storm Nanmadol are also not headed anywhere near Thailand.



Storm Nanmadol over Pacific Ocean from Bob ‘Farmer’ Hines Twitter.

Storm Nanmadol over Pacific Ocean from Bob ‘Farmer’ Hines Twitter.











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