Songkhla Governor Somnuek sent a most urgent letter to District Chief – Local Administrative Organization Due to the strong monsoon, very heavy rain, there is a risk of flash floods. Flash floods, mudslides, prepare for disasters 24 hours a day.
21 Nov. ’23 – Reporters reported that From the continuous rain situation And there was heavy to very heavy rain in some places in Songkhla Province and the Southern Meteorological Center, Eastern Coast. It has been warned that It will continue to rain until November 23, 2023.
Mr. Somnuek Promkhieo, Governor of Songkhla Province, has issued a most urgent letter to the District Chief, Local Administrative Organizations (Local Administrative Organizations), and government agencies. Including asking people in risky areas to still be careful of the dangers caused by heavy to very heavy rain. and accumulated rain
which may cause sudden flooding Flash floods, water overflowing banks and mudslides Wind waves in the Gulf of Thailand will be quite strong. The sea has waves about 2 meters high in areas with thunderstorms. The sea has waves more than 3 meters high. Boaters are asked to navigate with caution. And avoid the risk of sailing in areas with thunderstorms.
Mr. Somnuk also ordered all units to prepare to respond as planned. Points where there is standing water waiting to be drained. Water must be depleted quickly. It also gives importance to the safety of people’s lives as the main priority. In the event of an incident, the District Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Division and related agencies take action Organize operations for civilians, soldiers, police, foundations, and volunteers in the area. Hurry to resolve the situation. Ready to take care of and alleviate the suffering of the people until the situation ends.
If there is a situation in the area Please report to the Songkhla Provincial Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Division immediately by telephone/fax 074-316380 // 074-316384 24 hours a day.
Mr. Kamol Phromsakha Na Sakon Nakhon, Director of the Southern-East Coast Meteorological Center, Songkhla Province, Southern-East Coast Meteorological Center Announcement No. 2 (70/2023) regarding heavy to very heavy rain in the southern lower-eastern region has an impact up to November 23, 2023
The relatively strong northeast monsoon is blowing over the Gulf of Thailand. Southern region and Andaman Sea In addition, there is a low pressure area on the east coast of Malaysia. Looks like this
“As a result, the southern region, lower east coast, will continue to have rain. And there will be heavy to very heavy rain in some areas in Songkhla, Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat provinces until November 23, 2023.”
People in risky areas should still be careful of the dangers caused by heavy to very heavy rain. and accumulated rain which may cause flash floods Flash floods, water overflowing banks and mudslides
Wind waves in the Gulf of Thailand will be quite strong. The sea has waves about 2 meters high. In thunderstorm areas, the sea has waves more than 3 meters high. Boaters are asked to navigate with caution. And avoid sailing in areas with thunderstorms.
Therefore, people are asked to closely follow the weather forecast from the Southern Meteorological Center on the Eastern Coast.