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Unusual high pressure system from China brings summer chill to parts of Thailand


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People in Bangkok and most other parts of the country woke up Sunday morning feeling as if they are in the middle of the cold season, instead of what is usually the hottest month of the year.

 

The temperature fell by 2-4oC in the northern and central regions, including Bangkok, thanks to an unusually strong high pressure system from China, which is now covering the northern part of Thailand, according to the Thai Meteorological Department.

 

In Bangkok, the temperature fell to 21C.

 

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Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/unusual-high-pressure-system-from-china-brings-summer-chill-to-parts-of-thailand/

 

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Noticed Sunday the wind had swung back from the north... still got up to 25C in my area.

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OMG.....missing a good old, damp and chilly morning in Yorkshire after a few days of gentle, cool breezes. 23C for us most of yesterday.....actually wore a fleece for the first time ever.

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Bloomin cold and very very wet here on Samui.

Non stop rain for the last two days and it is set to continue until Wednesday.

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2 hours ago, Tropicalevo said:

Bloomin cold and very very wet here on Samui.

Non stop rain for the last two days and it is set to continue until Wednesday.

Just arrived for a month’s stay. Ah, well, some days to shop for “settling in”.

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