Flooding in Chon Buri from rising sea degree

Many roads in Chon Buri have flooded this week due to the rising sea levels. On Monday, water from the ocean poured onto beach roads within the Bang Plasoi sub-district, flooding them with seawater as much as 30 centimetres deep.
The flooding on the highway triggered important visitors delays, and even triggered some smaller autos to get stuck. Duangduan Pantumaopas, a local food vendor explained that after fifty six years, she is used to those yearly rains.
“This is a pure phenomenon that takes place about as quickly as yearly in November or December. Forgotten issues and frightens people new to the area, but native residents are used to this and it usually doesn’t cause any major damage…The flooding did not take a very long time. In not a couple of hour, the water stage decreased as regular.”
That being said, the flooding did disrupt the usual morning traffic in the area, and caused many curious residents and vacationers to cease and take pictures of the floods, report the Pattaya News.
Much worse flooding has been seen this week in Bangkok and Samut Prakan because the Chao Phraya River overflowed in some areas during the excessive tides.
SOURCE: Pattaya News

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