Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by bsb » 19 Nov 2018 20:37

buksida
your buddy trump announced today that the forests in California need to be raked to prevent fires like those burning Cal to the ground at the moment. On the other side of the globe today on 3374 I watched the cement trucks wash out their excess cement into the drainage ditches on the side of the road. Trying to decide which one of the two is the dumbest.
Guest it depends if you are more afraid of floods or fire

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by cjsiam » 29 Dec 2018 02:32

https://www.dailywire.com/news/38520/go ... ly-zanotti

DANG IT!....Turns out "buddy Trump" was right!
So...not to rub salt into the wounds...

But, maybe we all dispense a little more caution about things we are sure about,
and a little more acceptance that not we, and not our supposed "experts" really have
all the answers....

Except me of course, I'm right ...

Happy New year all...I look forward to beers and debate in the future...
cj:)

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by buksida » 29 Dec 2018 09:20

What any of that has to do with BS weather is beyond me...

Anyway another big storm predicted for Friday 4th - but things can change between now and then: https://www.windy.com/?2019-01-04-06,11.835,100.657,7

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by bsb » 29 Dec 2018 15:21

CJsiam, but do not forget to rake the forest, according to the chump in chief this will help

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by bsb » 29 Dec 2018 16:19

buksida,study harder, you will understand

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by buksida » 02 Jan 2019 10:47

SOUTH WARNED OF FIRST TROPICAL STORM SINCE 1962 DISASTER
Southern Thailand is expected to be hit directly by a tropical storm for the first time in 56 years later this week, officials said Tuesday.

The Meteorological Department said the tropical depression Thirtysix will affect the south Wednesday to Saturday after reaching the Gulf of Thailand tomorrow. The Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute said it’s likely to strengthen into a tropical storm as it crosses over the mainland and into the Andaman Sea starting Thursday.

According to the institute, the South was last directly hit by a tropical storm in 1962 when Harriet made landfall at Laem Talumphuk in Nakhon Si Thammarat before going on to devastate 12 provinces and kill more than 900 people.

The storm might cause sea waves to reach over 5 meters, and all disaster agencies have been advised to prepare.

Forecasters at the UN’s Global Disaster Alerting and Coordinating System said the tropical depression already became a tropical storm this morning and winds will peak at 83kph on Thursday.

The storm is expected to affect up to 5.3 million people in Thailand and Myanmar.

http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/2019 ... -disaster/

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by cjsiam » 06 Jan 2019 07:02

So if anyone in area can post info/pics of weather impact it would be of great interest to those of us at distance....
Hope no one had significant trouble...

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Re: Current weather and sea conditions in Bangsaphan

Post by buksida » 06 Jan 2019 09:01

There are some pics of the high tide and storm waves yesterday on the BS FB page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bangsaphanfans/

Again a lot of rain overnight but no major damage here. Those fortunate enough to have beachfront houses got a bit wetter than usual.

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