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September 2014
September was dominated by southwest monsoons almost the whole month and monsoon trough which lay across upper Thailand during early and late month, with the remnants of Typhoon “KALMAEGI (1415)” during middle of the month. This meant that periodically fairly widespread rainfall was in upper Thailand mainly during early and late month with flash flood and landslide in some areas. For southern Thailand, abundant rainfall occurred almost the whole month with heavy to very heavy rainfall in some areas mainly in the west coast. However the total rainfall over Thailand was 9 percent lower than normal with below normal in most parts of Thailand i.e. northern part 44.9 mm (21%), central part 60.7 mm (24%), eastern part 4.8 mm (1%) and southern part (east coast) 39.1 mm (26%) except for above normal in northeastern part 4.2 mm (2%) and southern part (west coast) 14.5 mm (3%). Mean temperatures were above normal in all parts.
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Issued at October 14, 2014
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