General Udon Thani topics only!
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- Location: Udon Thani ex North Stifford and Ramsgate
Personally I'm getting a bit concerned, the canals haven't been kept clear in our area and the water has risen very high, to within a couple of feet of the top, I think if we get much more we might be in a little bit of trouble. Another problem is the damage it's done to the roads, we already had some pot holes, these have multiplied and got much deeper, fingers crossed.
“If Britain must choose between Europe and the open sea, she must always choose the open sea.” - Sir Winston Churchill.
I live in Nong Hin, Loei. We have had several months worth of rain in just the past several days. We are at about 1,000 feet above sea level here, so no major problems. I'd guess that some lower areas are under water and the rain doesn't look like it is finished.
Rained ALL Last night in Nong Khai from around 6.00pm,Still raining this morning with Very Heavy rain for a couple of hours from around 1.00pm Until 3.00pm....NO Floods yet, But at least I Don't need to water the garden,Or fill up the Pool Reckon it put about 3 Inchs in the pool...
Its been raining on and off about every 30 minutes today until 6pm when the heavens just opened. No wind, no T&L just huge amounts of water falling. Thank the Lord I was not driving. Lasted about 45 minutes. Seen some of the local farmers getting prepared for rice planting today. Thats nearly a month earlier than last year.
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