Rains of varying intensity were observed by one of the most traveled destinations across the globe, Thailand. Though these rains were mainly confined to the southern provinces of the country while parts of Central and North Thailand recorded comparatively lesser rains. The weather of North Thailand is dry and cold.
In fact, in the past day, some three-digit rains were also recorded by a few parts of Thailand. In the last 24 hours, Ko Samui recorded hefty rains to the tune of 175 mm, seconded by Phattalung with 164.4 mm of rains, Yala Agromet 73.5 mm, Pattani 66 mm, Phuket 56.2 mm, Hat Yai 57 mm and Krabi recorded 34 mm of rains.
On the other hand, the northern districts of the country such as Phayao recorded light rains to the tune of 7 mm, Thoen 4 mm, Phrae 0.8 mm and Tung Chang witnessed 0.6 mm of rains.