Floods Remain From Last Major Storm

Floating from Storm Dianmu two weeks ago remains in 16 provinces, mostly in the Central Plains and the Northeast, with the highest levels reported in Khon Kaen and Ang Thong.
According to the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, about 100,000 families in 16 provinces are affected by flooding.

The waters were rising in several provinces:

Khon Kaen’s Waeng Noi, Waeng Yai, Khok Phochai, Chonnabot, Mancha Khiri, Non Sila, Phra Yuen, Ban Hat and Ban Phai districts; and
Ang Thong’s Muang, Chaiyo, Pa Mok, Wiset Chan Chan, and Samko districts.
Flood levels were stable in:
Sing Buri’s In Buri, Khai Bang Rachan, Muang, and Phrom Buri districts
Saraburi’s Wang Muang, Kaeng Khoi, Muang, Chalerm Prakiat, Sao Hai, Nong Don, Ban Mo, Don Phut, Nong Saeng and Nong Khae districts
Chai Nat’s Sapphaya district
Suphan Buri’s Bang Pla Ma and Song Phi Nong districts; and
Ayutthaya’s Phak Hai, Sena, Bang Ban, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Bang Sai, Bang Pa-in, Tha Rua, Nakhon Luang and Bang Pahan districts.
Flood water was subsiding in:

Sukhothai’s Muang, Si Samrong, and Khiri Mat districts
Phitsanulok’s Wang Thong, Phrom Phiram, and Bang Rakam districts
Chaiyaphum’s Khon Sawan district
Nakhon Ratchasima’s Non Sung, Non Thai, Muang, Chakkarat, Khong, Kaeng Sanam Nang, Chalerm Prakiat, Phimai, Non-Daeng and Chum Phuang districts
Ubon Ratchathani’s Muang and Warin Chamrap districts
Nakhon Sawan’s Muang, Phayuha Khiri and Krok Phra districts
Uthai Thani’s Muang district
Lop Buri’s Muang, Chai Badan, Ban Mi, Phatthana Nikhom, and Khok Samrong districts; and
Pathum Thani’s Muang and Sam Khok district.
Since Sept 23, flooding caused by heavy rain from Storm Dianmu killed nine people (six in Lop Buri, two in Phetchabun, and one in Chai Nat) and affected 299,704 families in 32 provinces.

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