List of Thai Meteorological Department weather stations in northern Thailand

Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) has a total of 118 weather stations throughout Thailand, including 21 Agromet stations.

Weather stations in ThailandEdit

Thailand is according to Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) for climatic observations divided into six regions: northern, northeastern, eastern, central, southern (west coast) and southern (east coast) Thailand.

Northern regionEdit

 
Northern region TMD

The northern region includes the 15 provinces:

  1. Mae Hong Son
  2. Chiang Mai
  3. Lamphun
  4. Chiang Rai
  5. Phayao
  6. Nan
  7. Phrae
  8. Lampang
  9. Tak
  1. Kamphaeng Phet
  2. Sukhothai
  3. Uttaradit
  4. Phitsanulok
  5. Phichit
  6. Phetchabun

TMD weather stations in northern ThailandEdit

There are a total of 29 weather stations in northern Thailand, including 5 Agromet stations.

 
 
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North Thailand with 29 weather stations
TMD weather stations in northern Thailand
Station name # Province Station North East Height Height
Mae Sariang 1 Mae Hong Son 48325 18.17° 097.93° 211 m 692 ft
Mae Hong Son 2 Mae Hong Son 48300 19.30° 097.98° 268 m 879 ft
Doi Ang Khang 3 Chiang Mai 48302 19.92° 099.03° 1,530 m 5,020 ft
Chiang Mai 4 Chiang Mai 48327 18.78° 098.98° 313 m 1,027 ft
Lamphun + WR 5 Lamphun 48329 18.57° 099.03° 296 m 971 ft
Chiang Rai + WR 6 Chiang Rai 48303 19.89° 099.83° 390 m 1,280 ft
Chiang Rai A. 7 Chiang Rai 48304 19.87° 099.77° 401 m 1,316 ft
Phayao 8 Phayao 48310 19.13° 099.90° 397 m 1,302 ft
Thung Chang 9 Nan 48307 19.42° 100.88° 333 m 1,093 ft
Tha Wang Pha + WR 10 Nan 48315 19.12° 100.80° 235 m 771 ft
Nan 11 Nan 48331 18.81° 100.78° 200 m 656 ft
Phrae 12 Phrae 48330 18.13° 100.17° 162 m 531 ft
Lampang A. 13 Lampang 48334 18.32° 099.28° 319m 1,047 ft
Lampang 14 Lampang 48328 18.27° 099.50° 242 m 794 ft
Thoen 15 Lampang 48324 17.63° 099.25° 192 m 630 ft
Bhumibol dam 16 Tak 48377 17.23° 099.05° 143 m 469 ft
Tak 17 Tak 48376 16.90° 099.25° 125 m 410 ft
Doi Mu Soe A. 18 Tak 48387 16.75° 098.93° 368 m 1,207 ft
Mae Sot 19 Tak 48375 16.70° 098.55° 196 m 643 ft
Umphang 20 Tak 48385 16.02° 098.87° 454 m 1,490 ft
Kamphaeng Phet 21 Kamphaeng Phet 48380 16.48° 099.53° 80 m 262 ft
Sukhothai 22 Sukhothai 48372 17.10° 099.80° 48 m 157 ft
Si Samrong A. 23 Sukhothai 48373 17.17° 099.87° 54 m 169 ft
Uttaradit 24 Uttaradit 48351 17.62° 100.10° 63 m 180 ft
Phitsanulok + WR 25 Phitsanulok 48378 16.78° 100.28° 44 m 144 ft
Phichit A. 26 Phichit 48386 16.33° 100.37° 40m 131 ft
Lom Sak 27 Phetchabun 48374 16.77° 101.25° 143 m 469 ft
Phetchabun + WR 28 Phetchabun 48379 16.43° 101.15° 114m 374 ft
Wichian Buri 29 Phetchabun 48413 15.58° 101.12° 68 m 223 ft
Height = Elevation weather station above Median Sea Level
A = Agromet   WR = Weather Radar with radius of 120 km or 240 km

TMD weather station PhitsanulokEdit

 
Weather station Phitsanulok

Like all TMD weather stations in Thailand, the weather station has its own website. The weather forecasts are at 1.00, 4.00, 7.00, 10.00, 13.00, 16.00, 19.00 and 22.00 hour.[1]
This weather station (48378) distributes the weather forecasts every day at 7.30, 8.30, 12.30,13.30,19.30 and 20.30 via radio broadcast on FM 104.25 MHz, these include the weather forecasts of the five neighboring weather stations.
The weather station is located near Phitsanulok airport. But both the Royal Thai Air Force and civil aviation use their own weather station for the pilots' briefing.
In the northern region just five stations have a weather radar with a radius of 120 km or 240 km, they are station Chiang Rai, Lamphun, Phitsanulok, Phetchabun and Tha Wang Pha.[2]

Agromet station PhichitEdit

Agromet stations deliver climatic data direct to TMD centers. Agromet station Phichit (48386) distributes the weather forecasts every day at 1.00, 4.00, 7.00, 10.00, 13.00, 16.00, 19.00 and 22.00 hour via its own website.[3]

Weather forecasts northern ThailandEdit

  1. Mae Hong Son and Mae Sariang.[4]
  2. Chiang Mai and Doi Ang Khang.[5]
  3. Lamphun.[6]
  4. Chiang Rai and Chiang Rai Agromet.[7]
  5. Phayao.[8]
  6. Nan, Tha Wang Pha and Thung Chang.[9]
  7. Phrae.[10]
  8. Lampang, Thoen and Lampang Agromet.[11]
  1. Tak, Bhumibol dam, Doi Mu Soe A., Mae Sot and Umphang.[12]
  2. Kamphaeng Phet.[13]
  3. Sukhothai and Si Samrong Agromet.[14]
  4. Uttaradit.[15]
  5. Phitsanulok.[16]
  6. Phichit Agromet.[17]
  7. Phetchabun, Lom Sak and Wichian Buri.[18]

NotesEdit

  • In this overview of weather stations, an Agromet station is omitted if it is located close to TMD weather station.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Phitsanulok weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Thailand Weather Radar". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 15 January 2020.
  3. ^ "Phichit weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 15 January 2020.
  4. ^ "Mae Hong Son and Mae Sariang weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  5. ^ "Mae Hong Son and Mae Sariang weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  6. ^ "Lamphung weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  7. ^ "Chiang Rai and Chiang Rai Agromet weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  8. ^ "Phayao weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  9. ^ "Nan, Tha Wang Pha and Thung Chang weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  10. ^ "Phrae weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  11. ^ "Lampang, Thoen and Lampang Agromet weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  12. ^ "Tak, Doi Mu Soe Agromet, Mae Sot and Umphang weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  13. ^ "Kamphaeng Phet weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  14. ^ "Sukhothai and Si Samrong Agromet weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  15. ^ "Uttaradit weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  16. ^ "Phitsanulok weather station". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  17. ^ "Phichit Agromet weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.
  18. ^ "Phetchabun, Lom Sak and Wichian Buri weather stations". Thai Meteorological Department. 2020. Retrieved 12 January 2020.