Weekly Weather Summary
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July 2, 2018 - July 8, 2018Max. Rainfall AmountMax. Temperature
Thailand
The moderate southwest monsoon which prevailed over the Andaman Sea, Thailand and the Gulf of Thailand strengthened during mid-week and weekend. These conditions caused rainfall in the upper Thailand throughout the week while abundant rainfall was in the southern part nearly the whole week mainly along the west coast.    
Northern Part
Isolated to scattered rain throughout the week with heavy rainfall in some areas on 4 Jul. 37.7 mm at Mueang Mae Hong Son on 4 Jul. 
Northeastern Part
Isolated to scattered rain with heavy to very heavy rainfall in some areas except for fairly widespread rain with heavy rainfall in some areas on 2 and 8 Jul. 105.0 mm at Ban Phaeng Nakhon Phanom on 6 Jul.  
Central Part
Fairly widespread rain on the first day of the week then isolated to scattered rain with heavy rainfall in some areas. 50.7 mm at Sangkhla Buri Kanchanaburi on 5 Jul. 
Eastern Part
Isolated to scattered rain with heavy rainfall in some areas except for fairly widespread rain with heavy to very heavy rainfall in some areas on 2 and 6 Jul. 107.9 mm at Khlong Yai Trat on 6 Jul. 
Southern Part (East Coast)
Scattered rain with heavy rainfall in some areas except for fairly widespread rain with heavy rainfall in some areas during mid-week. 51.0 mm at Ko Samui Surat Thani on 2 Jul. 
Southern Part (West Coast)
Fairy widespread rain with heavy to very heavy rainfall in some areas except for isolated to scattered rain on 3 and 6 Jul. 96.4 mm at Mueang Ranong on 4 Jul. 
Metropolitan
Scattered to fairly widespread rain with heavy rainfall in some areas except for isolated rain on 5, 7 and 8 Jul. 67.7 mm at Surao Lamkhag School Khet Nong Chok on 2 Jul. (37.5 mm at Bang Len Nakhon Prathom on 6 Jul.)  
Weekly total Rainfall and Weekly mean minimum temperature Map
Issued Date July 9, 2018