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  General Situation    at 22:00 February 25, 2017  
The moderate high pressure covers the Northeast of Thailand with outbreaks of rain spells over the lower North, the Northeast, the East and the Central. Also, gusty winds will be likely expected with a decrease in temperature by 2-3 °C. People should beware of the severe weather and keep healthy.
The northeast monsoon across the Gulf and the South will intensify affecting the waves 2-3 meter high in the lower Gulf from Surat Thani passing south. Inshore surges are still cautious. All ships proceed with caution, and small boat keeps ashore during 26 February – 2 March.
  Bangkok Metropolis and Vicinity Forecast    From 23:00 today To 23:00 tomorrow  
Cloudy with isolated thundershowers. Minimum temperature 25-27 °C. Maximum temperature 33-36 °C. Southeasterly winds 15-30 km/hr.
More Details Issued Date February 25, 2017
  7 days Weather Forecast   February 25, 2017 - March 3, 2017  
     During 25 Feb – 2 Mar 2017, the moderate high pressure areas from China extend covers upper Thailand and the South China Sea. Isolated thundershowers and gusty wind are likely over upper Thailand in the first period (on 25 Feb), after that 2-4 °C drops as well as cool to cold in the areas. During 26 Feb – 2 Mar 2017, the northeast monsoon across the Gulf of Thailand and the South will strengthen. More rain with isolated heavy rain is expected in the areas. The strong wind waves are likely 2-3 meters in the lower Gulf of Thailand.
     
Cautions
     During 25-27 Feb 2017, people in the upper Thailand should keep healthy due to the change of weather conditions. Agriculture should keep product carefully due to the variable of weather. All ships in the Gulf of Thailand should proceed with caution, and small boats keep ashore During 26 Feb – 2 Mar 2017.
Issued Date February 25, 2017
  7 day Weather Summary   February 17, 2017 - February 23, 2017  
The moderate high pressure area from China extended its ridge to cover upper Thailand during early period and later weakened. The westerly wind at upper level prevailed over the northern and northeastern parts during early and mid-period. In addition, the moderate northeast monsoon which prevailed over southern part and the Gulf of Thailand was weakened since the middle of the period. These conditions caused cool weather in the morning remained over upper Thailand with cold weather mainly in the upper northern and northeastern parts while hot weather during daytime was found nearly the whole areas during the second half of the period. Southern Thailand has decreasing in rainfall.
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