Warning: It’s heat stroke weather

Warning: It's heat stroke weather
Warning: It's heat stroke weather
Last Friday, this small coach traveled through a grain field in Pathum Thani state, protecting both the drivers and the passenger from the sunlight. ( Photo: Pattarapong Chatpattarasill )

The temperature office issues a warning that “feels like” temperatures of around 50 degrees Fahrenheit are a real danger in the current temperate climate.

The Meteorological Department reported that on Tuesday, temperature reached a high of 50.6°C in Trat, 48.1°C&nbsp, in Bangkok, 42.5°C in Krabi, 39.9°C in Tak, and 38.7°C in Nakhon Ratchasima.

According to the Met Office, on Wednesday it seems like temperature will achieve 51.4°C in Chon Buri, 48.3°C in Phuket, 48.1°C in Bangkok, 39.6°C in Tak, and 39.4°C in Buri Ram.

People feel hotter than they actually are because their bodies do not great when they sweat, according to the office.

The Department of Health warned that such great conditions, particularly among those who spend a lot of time outside, could lead to heat exhaustion and even temperature strokes.

For standard record-keeping functions, temperatures are recorded in the shade. In Mae Sot in Tak on April 15, 2013, the highest recorded temperature in Thailand was 45.4°C, &nbsp. On April 28, 2016, it set a record of 44.6°C in the Muang city of Mae Hong Son.