Artikel tagged “weather”

  • Chiang Rai: Weather reclaims the Tham Luang cave area

    Chiang Rai: Weather reclaims the Tham Luang cave area

    One day out and the weather has reclaimed the Tham Luang caves in northern Thailand. The Nang Non mountains have been shrouded in thick cloud and mist today after heavy rain started again last night.

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    Marine Department launches investigation over boats tragedy

    Marine Department is continuing its investigation over the Phuket boat tragedy, a week ago. The marine Department Region 3 Chief Puripat Teerakulapisut says,“The warning announcement for boats heading to sea is based on the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD). If we can see that the wind and wave conditions are not too strong, we will announce to for boats to be careful travelling into open waters.” “The ban for boats not to leave from port is also considered based on the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD)

  • 56 still missing as search continues off Phuket

    56 still missing as search continues off Phuket

    Latest update as of 9am Thailand Time, from the Phuket PR Office, states that one Chinese tourist has been found dead and 56 are still missing in two major marine incidents yesterday afternoon (July 5). Chinese tourists are still missing following the capsize off Phuket. Divers are currently scouring the sunken vessel, the Phoenix, for missing people.

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    Day Three: Top of the Gulf Regatta 2018

    PHOTOS: Guy Nowell All the fleet are playing catch-up in their respective series after two days of unseasonal weather in the Gulf of Thailand and race officers on the keelboat and multihull, dinghy and Optimist courses were eager to get going today. Two quick windward/leewards for all in classes 1-6 (keelboats, multihulls) and two quick races for the dinghies (classes 9a, 9b and 10) was all the wind gods gave time for as a storm and lightening forced racing to be abandoned early with the entire fleet sent back to shore. Having started later, the Thailand Optimist National Championships managed just a single race today.

  • Thai Meteorology warns about bad weather from tomorrow

    Thai Meteorology warns about bad weather from tomorrow

    The TMD are warning residents in the North, Northeast, and Central regions of Thailand, including Bangkok, as well as the East of summer thunderstorms with gusty winds, possible hail and isolated heavy rain tomorrow and Friday. In yesterday’s weather warning the Thai Meteorological Department says a high-pressure system from China would cover upper Thailand and a westerly trough would prevail over the North. This would lead to summer thunderstorms on Thursday and Friday.

  • UPDATE – Landslides, potholes and budgets. Aftermath from Phuket’s floods.

    UPDATE – Landslides, potholes and budgets. Aftermath from Phuket’s floods.

    Today (September 16) a team from Phuket Provincial Highway Office has closed and is fixing Bangpae Bridge, which is on Tharua road, on the way towards Baan Para in Thalang, after the bridge collapsed due to the flood. The bridge is expected to be finished by 8pm

  • THAIGER TODAY Thursday, September 14

    THAIGER TODAY Thursday, September 14

    New eco-tourism area for Phuket | AMLO chasing ex-PM Thaksin’s son | Bangkok ATM exploded opened with TNT | Radio Free Asia silenced in Cambodia | Tropical storm Doksuri heading our way affecting our weather this weekend. The post THAIGER TODAY Thursday, September 14 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • “Hello Alexa, read me the latest technology news.”

    “Hello Alexa, read me the latest technology news.”

    by Ben Hobbs, H3 Digital, Cherngtalay Starting with Apple’s Siri, released back in 2011, and followed by Google Now in 2013 on Android, smart phone users became accustomed to talking to smart devices with their voice. Sure, it feels a bit strange at first but once you got over the psychological hurdle of talking to your phone, instead of into it, we took it as granted as one more weapon in the smart phones arsenal