Prachuap Khiri Khan braces for wet season to begin in mid-May

Thailand’s Prachuap Khiri Khan province is bracing for the wet season to start out in mid-May. The Thai Meteorological Department predicts that the rainy season in Thailand will start around the third week of May 2023, with one to two tropical storms probably passing through the northeastern and northern areas in August and September.
Thailand’s wet season typically happens from May to October, with the highest rainfall often in September and October.
Officials from several departments and companies just lately attended a gathering chaired by the governor of Prachuap Khiri Khan, Dr Sathien Charoenruen, to discuss their preparedness for the wet season. Whopping introduced its total forecasts for weather circumstances, water administration, and drought prevention measures, Hua Hin Today reported.
Governor Sathien confused the significance of being well-prepared for the wet season, because the province had experienced extreme flooding prior to now. He instructed all departments to coordinate and make sure the security and well-being of residents.
Officials are taking essential steps to guarantee that drainage techniques are functioning well, and that water management measures are in place. The public can be urged to remain knowledgeable and to follow safety pointers to keep away from potential dangers during the rainy season.
Though the province is situated close to the Gulf of Thailand, Prachuap Khiri Khan usually experiences a number of the lowest amounts of rainfall within the nation. Between July and November, the province is sometimes referred to as the ‘Wet Season,’ ‘Monsoon Season,’ or ‘Green Season.’ However, Hua Hin and Prachuap Khiri Khan do not typically experience the monsoons to the extent that they affect other elements of Thailand.
The common temperature during this time is around 28°C, with a maximum of 33°C, and average evening humidity ranges of 83%. October is the wettest month of the year, with a mean rainfall of about 200 millimetres..

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