Thailand will officially enter the winter season on November 2nd, the Meteorological Department announced today, October 29th.
According to the statement, the wind that currently covers Thailand at an altitude of 100 meters to a height of 3,500 meters has changed to northeasterly and easterly winds while the upper winds moving at an altitude of 5,000 meters have continuously shifted to western winds and met the lowest temperature in the morning in upper Thailand, resulting in the drop of the temperature and the cold weather.
However, at the start of winter this year, the weather conditions in upper Thailand are still variable. Thundershowers are likely over the country while heavy rainfall is still expected in the southern region.
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