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Frosts expected on northern mountaintops

Nov 26. 2011
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Northern Thailand saw mercury drop one to two Celsius degree further yesterday, while frosts may appear at some mountain peaks.

Tourists are expected to go for the cold winter with expected spending of over Bt1 billion in Thailand during the end of this year.

Pensiri Trisat, a weather forecaster at the Northern Meteological Centre, said that the high pressure from China continued to spread over Thailand and could bring down the temperature in the North by 12 Celcius degree. High moutains in the North could see frosts during November 26-28. The lowest temperature in the upper North is expected to be in a range of 16-18 Celcius degree. The mountain peaks could be cold and intensely cold with the lowest temperature of 6-12 Celsius degree. The lowest temperature was 6.9 Celcius degree at the Inthanon Mountain's peak in Chiang Mai province for Saturday's morning.

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