By The Thaiger
From May 3-6, a high pressure system from China will extend to upper Thailand and the South China Sea, it said. The southwesterly prevailing winds in upper Thailand will strengthen and the weather continue to be hot over upper Thailand, the agency added.
“Thunderstorms, lightning strikes with gusty winds and hail are forecast first in the northeast on Friday. The north, east and central regions, including Bangkok, will be affected the next day,” the forecasters said.