"Chompharee Chompurat", Director-General of the Meteorological Department,

told

"Thairath Online News Team"

about the progress.

"Typhoon Noru" (NORU)

, which currently has maximum sustained winds near the center of about 140 kilometers per hour.

and moving into the Philippines

North of the Polillo Island at a speed of about 25 kilometers per hour.

This results in heavy rains, flash floods and mudslides in many areas.

Until the need to evacuate people and suspend flights and boats across the deposit for safety that after moving into the Philippines.

"Typhoon Noru"

will move into central Vietnam.

Around the city of Da Nang on September 28, making it during that time.

Will cause heavy rain in the northeastern region, especially the lower northeastern area of ​​Thailand.

Chompharee Chompurat, Director-General of the Meteorological Department

After that, it is expected that "Typhoon Noru" will gradually weaken until it becomes a tropical storm before entering Laos, Cambodia.

and Thailand in the early morning of September 29, with the first area of ​​Thailand to be influenced by

“Typhoon Noru” is Amnat Charoen Province and Mukdahan Province.

At the same time, the influence of

"Typhoon Noru"

will also cause heavy to very heavy rains in the lower Northeast and the central Northeast, such as

Khon Kaen .

Chaiyaphum

and Nakhon Ratchasima Province

before gradually weakening

"Depression"

Then, around

September 30, "Typhoon Noru"

which weakened into

"Depression"

will enter the central and lower northern areas.

causing rain in many areas such as

Lopburi Province

Chainat Province

and Nakhon Sawan Province

before moving to the west and forming an intense low pressure cell

Which is a line of movement similar to the

"Storm Dien Mu"

last year.

rainfall from the influence of

"Typhoon Noru" :

Director-General of the Meteorological Department said that from the latest data as of today (September 26, 65) it is estimated that

the average rainfall in 24 hours in the area where

"typhoon Noru"

lies across Thailand is

the area of ​​Ubon Ratchathani.

Sisaket Province

Amnat Charoen Province, Yasothon Province, Buriram Province and Surin Province

Probably about 200-300 millimeters.

However, such forecast numbers

may change because we have to wait and see the situation during

"Typhoon Noru"

approaches the coast of Thailand again

because there may be a factor of the air pressure patch

Storm speed and wind direction

that may affect the direction of movement of

"Typhoon Noru"

can be added as an additional factor.

All of which should be clear within the day.

28 Sept to come

At that time, the situation will be re-evaluated.

"Typhoon Noru" and Bangkok :

During the

"Typhoon Noru"

entering Thailand, it is expected that

the Bangkok area will have average rainfall in 24 hours that is approximately more than 100 millimeters

.

"Typhoon Noru"

and the same monsoon trough

which caused rain in the Bangkok area over the past week.

Still haven't bounced back.

but all of them

It's still just a forecast and we have to wait for the data on Sept. 28 for more clarity.

Because part of it may be that

"Typhoon Noru"

may redirect to northern Thailand.

which if that is true

Bangkok and Central

There may be a decrease in rainfall than expected.

But as a precaution, there has been coordination with the Royal Irrigation Department, Electricity Generating Authority, Marine Department and Water Resources Department.

to prepare for the appropriate depletion of water during the period

"Typhoon Noru"

has already entered Thailand.

However, it must be admitted that

The continual accumulation of rain since the beginning of September has caused many areas to suffer from a considerable amount of water-holding soil.

Therefore, the depletion of water may be a problem for quite some time.

In addition, the diversion of water into the sea in the central region and Bangkok.

Still facing the problem of high sea level aggravation.

For this reason, the situation must be closely monitored.

Summary of Typhoon Noru's movement sequence:

Sept. 23, 65:

At 1:00 p.m., a depression in the Pacific Ocean or the east of the Philippines has intensified.

Tropical Storm Noru (NORU)

24 Sep. 65:

13.00 Severe tropical storm Noru.

The maximum wind speed near the center is about 110 kilometers per hour.

Prepare to move through the Philippines at a speed of about 20 kilometers per hour.

25 Sep. 65:

4 p.m. Typhoon Noru

The maximum wind speed near the center is about 185 kilometers per hour.

pointed into the upper part of the Philippines

with a speed of about 20 kilometers per hour.

26 Sep. 65:

Time 04.00 Typhoon Noru

The maximum wind speed near the center is about 140 kilometers per hour.

moving into the Philippines

North of the Polillo Island at a speed of about 25 kilometers per hour.

As a result, heavy rains, flash floods and mudslides have occurred in many areas.

Until the need to evacuate people and suspend flights and crossing boats for safety.

Forecast after this:

27-28 Sept.22 :

Typhoon Noru is expected to weaken slightly as it enters the South China Sea.

before becoming stronger again

While moving into the central part of Vietnam on 27-28 Sep. and when combined with the southwest monsoon prevailing over the Andaman Sea, Thailand and the Gulf will strengthen.

This will make the North

The northeastern region, the central region, including Bangkok and its vicinity, the eastern and southern regions of Thailand, have heavy rainfall in many areas and some very heavy rainfall.

During the period from 28 Sep.-1 Oct.

29-30 Sep. 65 :

Typhoon Noru

enter Thailand

Special news team, Thairath Online reports.

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