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Duration 2013/12/05 Floods in Thailand's South have intensified with heavy rains lashing towns and water levels rising. Water has been flowing down from nearby mountain ranges to Mueang district and affected approximately 16,500 households. Country or District Thailand Name Flood
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- Government of Thailand 2013/12/16
The ongoing heavy rain has continued to batter the South since November 21, causing flash floods and river bursting its banks in 12 provinces. Twenty deaths have been reported so far.
- Government of Thailand 2013/12/05
Forecasts from the Meteorological Department indicated that the northeast monsoon continues to rage, bringing torrential rains to provinces on the east coast of the South which include Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phatthalung, Songkhla, Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat.
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