Meteorologists in Thailand have announced record temperatures that can make the summer season unbearable. The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) has spooked tourists by promising scorching heat of 43 degrees Celsius this summer. And summer, meanwhile, is expected in Thailand every day.
Indeed, the new conventionally “summer” season will begin in Thailand by the end of February, forecasters added. It will start about one or two weeks later than scheduled, but the real heat by Thai standards will not arrive until the end of February. But March and April are expected to be hot and rainy, with an average temperature of 35.5 degrees Celsius.
Then they presented a warning that the highest temperature in the hot season can reach 43 degrees Celsius. True, the extreme is expected mostly in the northern and northeastern, “continental” part of Thailand. However, it will be a little easier in Bangkok – the temperature is forecast to be between 38 and 39 degrees Celsius, while in other provinces, including on the coast, it may “surge” to 42 degrees Celsius.