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Flash flood warnings for Thailand from 27th May to June 1st

According to the statement from the National Water Command Center, the southwesterly monsoon over Thailand is strengthening while a low-pressure system is moving from the middle of Vietnam into Laos and Cambodia, resulting in heavy downpours in many provinces at the end of this month.
The Hydro-informatics Institute and the Meteorological Department warned that flash floods may occur in the following areas:
– North: Phetchabun (Lom Kao district)
– Central: Phetchaburi (Tha Yang, Ban Lat, and Muang districts), and Prachuap Khiri Khan (Hua Hin and Pran Buri districts)
– Northeast: Surin (Muang district), Buri Ram (Muang district), and Ubon Ratchathani (Muang and Phibun Mangsahan districts)
– East: Chon Buri (Muang district), Rayong (Muang and Klaeng districts), Chanthaburi (Muang district), and Trat (Muang and Khao Saming districts)
– South: Chumphon (Phato district), Ranong (Kapoe, Muang, and Suk Samran districts), Phang-nga (Kapong, Khura Buri, Takua Thung, Takua Pa, and Thai Muang districts), Phuket (Kathu, Thalang and Muang district), Krabi (Ko Lanta, Khlong Thom, Muang, Nua Khlong, and Ao Luek districts), Trang (Muang, Kantang and Palian districts) and Satun (Thungwa district)
The center is urging residents in these areas to take precautions against heavy rain and to be on alert for possible flash floods during that period.

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