The skies are starting to open up at a rapid pace, with a lot of the city’s top spots still closed off.
Weather officials in many areas say the new forecast gives them confidence that the skies will open up soon.
The Bangkok weather bureau has posted a map showing the predicted opening hours for Bangkok and other cities.
The weather bureau says the opening hours will be open until midnight and then they will close.
The Bangkok Weather Bureau said in the map that some areas, like the south, will be closed during the peak of the rain.
The weather bureau’s map shows the opening times for major cities across the country.
Bengkulu National Park and its national park district is expected to open on Sunday.
The park district has also been closed due to a large influx of tourists.
Bangkok will also be open for rain showers and thunderstorms until about 7 p.m. on Monday, according to the weather bureau.
The rain will remain until 7 a.m., so expect rain in the area.
The rain will continue until the beginning of next week, weather bureau said.
For the rain forecast, Bangkok has a lot more information.
The weather service said the average temperature will be around 50 degrees Celsius.
It is expected that the temperatures will rise to 70 degrees Celsius, then to 80 degrees Celsius and then to 90 degrees Celsius by midweek.