Cold spell forecast for upper regions

Cold spell forecast for upper regions

People buy warm clothes at a market in Samut Prakan on Wednesday, as end-of-year temperatures drop. (Photo: Somchai Poomlard) 1111111111111111

Cooler weather is forecast for the North, Northeast, Central and East with temperatures expected to drop 3-5°C through to Sunday.

The Meteorological Department said on Thursday morning that another strong high-pressure system from China would cover upper Thailand from Dec 3 to Dec 5. The weather would be cool to cold with strong winds.

Temperatures in the Northeast, North, Central and East would fall 3-5°C, and mountain tops in the North and Northeast could expect morning lows of 3-12°C.

The department advised people in upper Thailand to take care of their health, which could be affected by weather changes.

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