The #Thailand Meteorological Department forecast on Wednesday (February 12) that the westerly trough is moving to the North and the Northeast while t

Cold weather in the North, thundershowers in the South

Cold weather in the North, thundershowers in the South

Cold weather in the North, thundershowers in the South

Cold weather in the North, thundershowers in the South

Cold weather in the North, thundershowers in the South
Cold weather in the North, thundershowers in the South
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The #Thailand Meteorological Department forecast on Wednesday (February 12) that the westerly trough is moving to the North and the Northeast while the high-pressure system over the Northeast and the South China Sea is weakening.

Cool to cold weather is likely in the North and the Northeast with the mercury dipping by 1-2 degrees Celsius in the North.

The department also mentioned the strong easterly winds across the Gulf bringing more rain in the South.

Outbreaks of thundershowers with stronger winds will be observed in the lower south from Nakhon Si Thammarat with waves 2-3 metres high.

All ships should proceed with caution, and small boats have been advised to keep ashore.

The weather forecast for the next 24 hours is as follows:

Northern region: Cool to cold weather, temperature lows of 14-21°C and highs of 33-37°C. Temperature likely to drop to 3-12°C on hilltops.

Northeastern region: Cool to cold weather with fog in the morning; temperatures lows of 20-23°C and highs of 32-35°C. Temperature likely to drop to 8-15°C on hilltops.

Central region: Cool weather with fog in the morning; temperature lows of 23-24°C, highs of 34-37°C.

Eastern region: Mostly cloudy with isolated rains in some areas; lows of 23-26°C and highs of 33-36°C; waves 1-2 metres high.

Southern region (east coast): Mostly cloudy with thundershowers in 60 per cent of the area; lows of 24-26°C, highs 30-34°C; waves 2-3 metres high.

Southern region (west coast): Mostly cloudy with thundershowers in 30 per cent of the area; lows of 23-25°C, highs of 32-35°C; waves1-2 metres high.

Bangkok and surrounding areas: Mostly cloudy with fog in the morning; temperature lows of 24-26°C, highs of 34-37°C. – The Nation



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Missing CCTV cameras in Thailand spark TERROR ALERT

Police and military teams are investigating the disappearance of security cameras from four locations in Thung Yang Daeng district of Pattani in the deep South of #Thailand.

The cameras were part of a closed-circuit network used to monitor a district that has witnessed deadly insurgency-related violence in recent years.

Officials said two were missing from the intersection at Ban Paku, one from the three-way junction at Ban Ma Mue Kha, two from the three-way junction at Ban Talo Tono.

One was taken from in front of Khao Din School at Ban Talo Tono.

Their installation points had also been destroyed.

All the locations are in Thung Yang Daeng’s tambon Paku. Rangers from Company 4416 and forensic police were dispatched to the area yesterday to investigate. – Bangkok Post



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Social Media HOAXERS face harsh penalties in Thailand

#Thailand Minister Buddhipongse Punnakanta said harsher penalties will be imposed on online pranksters who exploit events such as Saturday’s mass shooting to spark panic among the public.

The move came after police arrested a man in Chaiyaphum and a 16-year-old boy in Roi Et for social media posts in which they threatened to commit similar atrocities at shopping malls in their respective provinces.

As Mr Buddhipongse stressed the need to tighten legal measures yesterday, a man in Nakhon Pathom’s Muang district was nabbed for allegedly posting a similar threat.

The suspect denied the accusation, claiming his Facebook account was hacked.

Mr Buddhipongse expressed concern at the increase in the number of pranks, misinformation and rogue activities online since social media became popular.

“I admit authorities cannot keep up with this development,” he said.

His ministry is studying laws, including the 2017 Computer Crime Act, to find whether they need amending so that more online acts can be listed as offences.

“We may need to change it all, from criteria to types of punishments,” the minister said.

Meanwhile, a monk in Khon Kaen was arrested yesterday on suspicion of making a crank call with intent to cause panic.

Pol Col Preecha Kengsarikij, the Muang police chief, said a man had called 191 and warned a bomb would be detonated at a well-known hotel in Khon Kaen city.

Police rushed to the hotel, but found nothing suspicious.

The caller’s telephone number was registered to Santisuk Srilom, 30, an ordained monk at Wat Saeng Sawang-arom.

Pol Col Preecha said the suspect confessed to making a hoax 191 call.

He was initially charged with giving authorities false information that could cause panic, in violation of Section 173 of the Criminal Code.

The offence carries a maximum three years in prison and/or a fine of 60,000 baht. – Bangkok Post



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