Highest tide of 2.50 meters above mean sea level expected today
The Department of Drainage and Sewerage of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration reported that the sea tide would rise to its height twice today, at 11.31 am and 07.53 pm.
According to the Flood Protection and Control System Center, Department of Drainage and Sewerage, the high tide of +1.27 metres above MSL was expected to come at 11.31 am, followed by another one of +1.11 metres MSL, expected to rise at 07.53 pm.
Furthermore, the Hydrographic Department of the Royal Thai Navy estimated that the highest water level in the Chao Phraya River today would be 2.50 metres MSL at 11.31 am.
BANGKOK, 31 October 2011 (NNT) – Reporter : Boonyanut Chompan
News Date : 31 October 2011