Weekly Weather Summary
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July 12, 2019 - July 18, 2019Max. Rainfall AmountMax. Temperature
Thailand
The weak southwest monsoon prevailed over the Andaman Sea and Thailand then it was strengthen while prevailing over the Andaman Sea, the southern part and the Gulf of Thailand during the second half of the period. These conditions caused decreasing both amount and distribution of rainfall over upper Thailand from previous period. Rainfall in southern part also increased especially during the second half of the period.    
Northern Part
Isolated rain almost the period with heavy rainfall in some areas of Phetchabun and Tak provinces during early period. 58.0 mm at Wichian Buri Phetchabun on 12 Jul.   
Northeastern Part
Isolated rain throughout the period with heavy rainfall in some areas during 14-17 Jul. 74.0 mm at Kaset Wisai Roi Et on 16 Jul.   
Central Part
Isolated rain except for scattered rain on 12 Jul. with heavy rainfall in some areas of Ratchaburi and Lop Buri provinces on 12 and 17 Jul. respectively. 85.0 mm at Damnoen Saduak Ratchaburi on 17 Jul.   
Eastern Part
Isolated to scattered rain with heavy rainfall in some areas throughout the period and very heavy rainfall in some areas on 18 Jul. 156.6 mm at Phliu Agromet. Stn. Chanthaburi on 18 Jul.   
Southern Part (East Coast)
Isolated to scattered rain with heavy rainfall in some areas during early and late period then fairly widespread rain with heavy rainfall in some areas. 69.1 mm at Mueang Songkhla on 18 Jul.   
Southern Part (West Coast)
Fairly widespread rain with heavy to very heavy rainfall in some areas except for Isolated to scattered rain on 12 and 15 Jul. 275.0 mm at Takua Pa Phang-nga on 18 Jul.   
Metropolitan
Isolated rain except for scattered to fairly widespread rain with heavy rainfall in some areas on 12 and 15 Jul. 66.5 mm at Suwanplubplapittayakom School Khet Taling Chan on 15 Jul. (20.8 mm at Bang Phli Samut Prakan on 12 Jul.)   
Weekly total Rainfall and Weekly mean minimum temperature Map
Issued Date July 19, 2019