Strange cold spell in Thailand caused by excessive strain system from China

An abnormally strong high-pressure system from China triggered a chilly spell in Thailand today, based on the Thai Meteorological Department. The high-pressure system is now overlaying most of Northern Thailand, where temperatures were 18-23 levels Celsius this morning, which means they had dropped by two to four levels. Highs in the North are anticipated to peak today at 26-28 degrees Celsius.
In Bangkok, the temperature fell to 21 levels Celsius. Weather reporters say this is unusually chilly, especially in the course of Thailand’s notorious sizzling season. The Bangkok area is chilly and windy, and rain is predicted to cowl 10% of the world. The southern region is hotter than the rest of the nation, however is anticipated to have more rain, masking 70% of the world, with often heavy showers.
The meteorological division expects this climate to final for the subsequent two to three days. The division added that this unusually cold weather, in the midst of the hot season, was also recorded six years in the past.
In the past, uncommon cold spells in Thailand have disrupted the country’s ecosystems. In 2021, a coldspell killed 10 tonnes of fish on a fishing farm in the northeastern province of Nakhon Phanom. The farmers said they lost 500,000 baht from the fish dying. Fishery officials warned them the fish weren’t safe to eat.
The chief of the fishery office of Tha Uthen said the fish died from a combination of the chilly, and low oxygen content of the water in the stream.
SOURCE: Invitation only | Bangkok Post