BANGKOK, 16 February 2015 – Scattered precipitation has been forecast today and tomorrow in the lower parts of the Northeastern, Central and Eastern regions of Thailand.
The Meteorological Department announced that the temperatures in the North will vary between 12-17 degrees Celsius in the morning. The mountain tops will experience temperatures as low as 6 degrees Celsius.
Chilly mornings have been predicted in most parts of the Northeast, with only 10% of the region receiving precipitation. The mountain ranges in this region were forecast at between 11-13 degrees Celsius, while low-lying areas were forecast at 18-23 degrees Celsius.
Similar weather conditions can be expected in the Central Plain and the east coast, with lows ranging from 19-24 degrees Celsius. The weather bureau expected Bangkok and its vicinity to receive scattered showers today and tomorrow.
Meanwhile, only 10% of the South from Surat Thani onwards will see the rain.