Flood levels were still rising in only two provinces, reports the Bangkok Post:
- In Ang Thong’s Muang, Chaiyo, Pa Mok, Wiset Chan Chan and Samko districts; and
- In Khon Kaen’s Waeng Noi, Waeng Yai, Khok Phochai, Chonnabot, Mancha Khiri, Non Sila, Phra Yuen, Ban Hat and Ban Phai districts.
Floodwater was subsiding in:
- Sukhothai’s Muang, Si Samrong and Khiri Mat districts
- Phitsanulok’s Wang Thong, Phrom Phiram and Bang Rakam districts
- Nakhon Ratchasima’s Sung Noen, Non Sung, Muang, Phimai, Pak Thong Chai, Non Thai, Khong, Chakkarat, Muang and Kaeng Sanam Nang districts
- Ubon Ratchathani’s Muang and Warin Chamrap districts
- Nakhon Sawan’s Muang, Phayuha Khiri and Krok Phra districts
- Uthai Thani’s Muang district
- Chai Nat’s Manorom, Wat Sing, Noen Kham, Hankha, Sankhaburi, Sapphaya, Muang and Nong Mamong districts
- Lop Buri’s Muang, Chai Badan and Ban Mi districts
- Saraburi’s Wang Muang, Kaeng Khoi, Muang, Chalerm Prakiat, Sao Hai, Nong Don, Ban Mo, Don Phut, Nong Saeng and Nong Khae districts
- Suphan Buri’s Bang Pla Ma and Song Phi Nong districts
- Sing Buri’s In Buri, Khai Bang Rachan, Muang and Phrom Buri districts
- Ayutthaya’s Phak Hai, Sena, Bang Ban, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Bang Sai, Bang Pa-in, Tha Rua, Nakhon Luang and Bang Pahan districts, and
- Pathum Thani’s Muang and Sam Khok districts.
Since Sept 23, Storm Dianmu had caused floods in 32 provinces, affected about 298,000 families and killed nine people: six in Lop Buri, two in Phetchabun and one in Chai Nat, the department reported.