Rain reigns: Nakhon Ratchasima’s reservoirs overflow with pleasure as planting season will get a splashy boost

Heavy rainfall in Nakhon Ratchasima supplied a significant enhance to the province’s reservoirs, ensuring sufficient water administration through the planting season. The sudden downpour is as a outcome of of a high-pressure system affecting Thai provinces and neighbouring countries and is predicted to proceed till June 10.
In the decrease north-eastern region, the heavy monsoon resulted in a 70% probability of thunderstorms and heavy rainfall which impacts a quantity of provinces, including Mukdahan, Yasothon, Amnat Charoen, and Ubon Ratchathani. The Department of Meteorology reviews that the province of Nakhon Ratchasima can be affected, with a 60% probability of thunderstorms and heavy rain masking the entire space. Research is anticipated to occur in Pak Chong, Pak Thong Chai, Wang Nam Khiao, Conburi, and Suengsang districts.
The steady rain has led to an increase in water volume in four major and 23 medium-sized reservoirs in Nakhon Ratchasima. As of now, the typical water storage of the four large reservoirs is at 50.60%, equivalent to 448 million cubic metres, and can be used at 48.41% or 410 million cubic metres. In the case of the 23 medium-sized reservoirs, the typical remaining water storage is one hundred sixty million cubic metres, or 48.58%, whereas the usable water stands at a hundred thirty five million cubic metres or 44.38%. The combined water storage in each massive and medium-sized reservoirs quantities to 608 million cubic metres, or 50.05%, with usable water at 546 million cubic metres, or forty seven.34%.
Irrigation authorities have expressed confidence in their capability to manage water resources adequately to stop any unfavorable impact during the planting season, even in the event of reduced rainfall.
Meanwhile, continuous rainfall and flooding have led to warnings in forty three provinces in Thailand, affecting 70% of the region. The Thai Meteorological Department urged residents to be cautious of potential dangers amidst the downpour, including landslides and flash floods..

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