Chao Phraya River overflows, inundating Ayutthaya’s Sena District, officials say unseasonal rain caused high water level, not water discharged from dams
BMA watches water level closely after resident raid raises sluice gate at Phrayasuren Canal to 1.50 metres wide
Chaengwattana 14 residents satisfied as FROC promises to reduce water level within 3 days; PM sets up team to study dismantling Big Bag barrier
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Bangkok Governor says he is to be blamed for mistakenly announcing evacuation advisory; keeps close watch on ‘Big Bag’ barrier gap, no significant impact seen on water
Bang Bon flooded, water just 3 km to Rama II Road, main route to southern Thailand; Bangchan Industrial Estate on alert as water level rising in Saen Saeb Canal
Bangchan Industrial Estate on high flood alert as water level rises to 68cm above mean sea level; anti-flood wall is 2.10m
Water overflows at Kasetsart University; higher water level at Klong Song; Sai Mai residents preparing for evacuation
Thawi Watthana district orders residents along Mahasawat canal to urgently evacuate as water level rises fast, almost overflows dyke
Floodwaters surge through Ayutthaya city centre; forest runoff inundates 100 household? in Phichit; water level rising in Chi River
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HM the King visits Siriraj Hospital pier to view water level in Chao Phraya River
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Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation raises financial aid limit to Bt100 million for each flood-hit province; Surat Thani faces 5 metre-high water level
Heavy rain deluges southern provinces, eight districts in Surat Thani experience high water level of 1-3 metres; landslide blocks road in Nakhon Si Thammarat
The number of flood victims in Surat Thani’s Phunphin district amounted to several tens of thousands.
According to Pue Thai MP Prayut Siripanich, the government’s relief efforts have been very slow
The high tide is expected to reach its peak during the morning
The highest number of fatalities – 10 people – was recorded in Lopburi
Water levels could well reach roof height in some areas.
In some places the floodwaters were over two metres deep