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18 Jan 2017 description

BANGKOK, 18 January 2017 (NNT) – The National Disaster Warning Center has cautioned three provinces in the South, namely Chumphon, Ranong and Nakhon Si Thammarat, of potential flashfloods and mudslides between now and this Friday.

According to a statement issued by the National Disaster Warning Center, there are possibilities of flashfloods, forest runoffs and mudslides in Phato and Thung Tako districts of Chumphon, Kra Buri and La-un districts of Ranong, and Phrom Khiri, Nopphitam and Lan Saka districts of Nakhon Si Thammarat from January 18-20.

18 Jan 2017 description

BANGKOK, 17 January 2017 (NNT) - Bangkok Governor Pol Gen Asawin Kwanmuang has instructed relevant units in the capital to be ready for possible flooding.

The governor and officials from the Department of Drainage and Sewerage inspected the drainage system on Ratchadaphisek Road in preparation for the next round of downpours.

18 Jan 2017 description

SURAT THANI, 17 January 2017 (NNT) – The National Command Center for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation is prepared to handle heavy rains in the South during 17-22 January 2017.

Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Interior (MOI) Prayoon Rattanasenee, acting as director of the National Command Center for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (Forward Command) in Surat Thani, said the flood situation has improved in six out of twelve southern provinces.

18 Jan 2017 description

BANGKOK, 17 January 2017 (NNT) - The government will allocate budget to restore the flood-affected areas in the southern region. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to propose guidelines on sustainable solutions to flooding.

18 Jan 2017 description

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT, 17 January 2017 (NNT) - Authorities in the South of Thailand are preparing for another round of flooding as it continues to rain in the region.

In Nakhon Si Thammarat province, the Royal Irrigation Department and the Royal Thai Navy are trying to drain water from the Pak Phanang river basin, to make room for the incoming rainfall. Machinery and boats are being used to push water from the river basin, which currently contains 260 million cubic meters, into the Gulf of Thailand.