Worst floods in Thailand in decades, more than 500,000 people
94 villages and 105,000 rai of farmland submerged, and 27,193
people homeless in Ubon Ratchathani.
80,000 rai farmland submerged in Buri Ram. 7 deaths and 110,000
hectares rice fields submerged in Roi Et province.
September 9 - Phichit, Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son provinces
experience flooding from Sai and Pai Rivers. More flooding in
Chiang Mai and Ubon Ratchathani provinces.
September 20 - flooding spreads throughout the north and northeast.
Worst floods in Chang Rai in 10 years. 104,000 people either
homeless or stranded.
Central and northeastern provinces: Chiang Mai (San Kamphaeng, Muang,
San Sai, Phrao, Chiang Dao, Fang, Mae Taeng, Wiang Haeng, Doi Saket
and Saraphi), Chiang Rai (Mae Suay, Thoeng, Phaya Meng Rai, Wiang
Chai), Ubon Ratchathani (Khemmarat, Pho Sai, Muang), Mae Hong Son
(Muang), Phrae (Den Chai and Long), Phitsanulok (Wang Thong, Noen
Maprang, Phrom Phiram, Ban Pluak Ngarm of Noen Maprang). Mukdahan.
Nan (Muang). Sukhothai (Muang), Uttaradit (Tron, Ban Khok, Phichai,
Laplae and Tha Pla). Lampang (Muang), Phichit (Bang Mun Nak, Pho
Prathap Chang), Nakhon Sawan, Nakhon Phanom, Nong Bua Lamphu, Prachin
Prachin Buri (Na Di, Prachantakham, Bu Fai ), Yasothon, Surin (Phanom
Dongrak, Prasart, Chom Phra, Thatoom and Muang), Nakhon Nayok, Buri
Ram (Satuk, Kandong), Roi Et, Kalasin, Si Sa Ket (Rasi Salai), Phichit.
Mekong and tributaries
Sai, Pai, Mae Lao, Kon, Nan, Ping, Kok, Nan, Wang, Ing.
Chao Phya, Chi, Mool, Noi, Nakhon Nayok, Mun, Yom
Flooding on Mun and Chi rivers and tributaries on August 13, 18,
25, 27, September 5.
Flooding along upper Mekong in Laos and northern Thailand on September
Flooding near Chang Rai on September 19, 24.