Weathermen are warning that storms are likely to bring heavy rain and hail to upper Thailand early next week along with falling temperatures.
On Friday, Nathapol Nathasomboon, director-general of the Meteorological Department, said the forecast was for thunder and hailstorms in the North and the Northeast from Sunday to Tuesday. Temperatures would afterwards drop by 4-6°C .
Thunderstorms would start in the North on Sunday and in the Northeast, the Central Plains and the East on Monday.
The weather conditions were brought by westerly winds passing through the North and the upper Northeast, while southerly and southeasterly winds would bring humidity from the Gulf of Thailand and the South China Sea to the lower Northeast, the Central Plains and the East, Mr Nathasomboon said.