“Which Province is the Hottest? 8 Provinces Sizzle as Inclement Weather and Summer Storms Loom”

As the summer approaches, it is important to stay cool and comfortable amidst the rising temperatures. According to the Meteorological Department, many areas are expected to experience scorching hot weather, with reports of summer storms on the horizon. The Department recently shared information regarding the highest temperatures recorded across Thailand, including a temperature of 41.5 degrees Celsius in Bu Chum Subdistrict, Chai Badan District, Lop Buri Province, and a temperature of 39.0 degrees Celsius in Khlong Luang District, Pathum Thani Province.

The following provinces have also experienced hot weather: Mueang District, Phetchabun Province, in the north, Muang District, Loei Province, in the northeast, Bu Chum Subdistrict, Chai Badan District, Lop Buri Province, in the central region, Muang District, Sa Kaeo Province, in the east, Klong Luang District, Pathum Thani Province, in Bangkok and its surrounding areas, Nong Plub Subdistrict, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province and Phra Saeng District, Surat Thani Province, on the east coast, and Nuea Khlong District, Krabi Province, on the west coast.

The weather forecast for the next few days indicates hot temperatures during the day and a possibility of summer storms in upper Thailand, particularly in the northeastern, central, and eastern regions. The rain may help to cool down some areas. From March 30 to April 6, 2023, the weather is expected to return to its hot and humid conditions, with occasional summer storms in certain places. The wind may be weak during this period.

Stay tuned for more updates on the summer weather conditions in Thailand.

Step into the summer with dignity. Many areas are almost unbearably hot. which corresponds to the report Meteorological Department that reports hot weather And there will be a summer storm.

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Meteorological Department have disclosed information The highest temperature in Thailand yesterday (March 27, 2023) in the central region was measured at 41.5 degrees Celsius in Bu Chum Subdistrict, Chai Badan District, Lop Buri Province. The highest temperature was measured at 39.0 degrees Celsius at Khlong Luang District, Pathum Thani Province.

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The northern region is at Mueang District, Phetchabun Province, 41.0 degrees Celsius.
Northeast at Muang District, Loei Province, 41.0 degrees Celsius
The central region is at Bu Chum Subdistrict, Chai Badan District, Lop Buri Province, 41.5 degrees Celsius.
The eastern region is at Muang District, Sa Kaeo Province, 39.6 degrees Celsius.
Bangkok and its vicinity at Klong Luang District, Pathum Thani Province, 39.0 degrees Celsius
In the south, on the east coast, at Nong Plub Subdistrict, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province and Phra Saeng District, Surat Thani Province, 37.5 degrees Celsius.
Southern region, west coast, at Nuea Khlong District, Krabi Province, 37.8 degrees Celsius

For weather forecast data during this period, 28-29 March 2023, the weather is still hot and very hot during the day. and in the evening – this evening It is expected that summer storms will start in upper Thailand. Northeastern region, Central region (Bangkok and its vicinity) and Eastern region Which the rain is enough to help cool down some

Before March 30 to April 6, 2023, the weather will return to hot as before. But there are still summer storms in some places. In the eastern part, in the southern part, there are some thunderstorms during this time. The east wind covers The wind is weak



Stay safe and cool this summer as temperatures soar in many parts of Thailand. As reported by the Meteorological Department, some areas have reached record-breaking temperatures of over 41 degrees Celsius. However, relief is in sight with summer storms forecasted to bring much-needed rainfall in upper Thailand. While the temperatures may rise again after the storms, it’s important to take precautions and stay hydrated during the hot weather. Keep an eye on weather updates and stay informed to ensure a smooth summer season.

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