The management of Airports of Thailand blamed a rainstorm for the collapse of a terminal at Don Mueang airport yesterday.
The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has warned of run-offs and flash floods in four southern provinces from March 20 to 22.
Summer storms injured two people and damaged 14 houses in Phetchabun province and tore down a building that housed a big reclining Buddha image in Buri Ram.
Tropical Storm Kompasu will arrive in Thailand on Oct 14 and will bring more rains than Storm Lionrock did, said Nattapon Nattasomboon, director-general of the Meteorological Department.
A depression became Tropical Storm Lionrock in South China Sea and will land in upper Vietnam on Oct 10-11, the Meteorological Department reported.
Local officials were helping more than 100 families whose houses were damaged by summer storms in Mae Hong Son and Nakhon Ratchasima provinces.
A tour boat capsized in the Mekong River. Two passengers were missing and four others survived on the Lao side.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has warned people to follow up the movements of incoming storms and suspend trips at this moment to protect themselves.
Storm Noul brought persistent rain to the heart of Nakhon Ratchasima province where flooding and felled trees which damaged houses were reported in many areas.
Permanent Secretary for Public Health ordered hospitals in the areas vulnerable to floods to prepare help for patients as tropical storm Noul is approaching the country.
Rescuers from the government and the private sector are handing out assistance to flood victims in Nam Suay sub-district of the provincial seat in the northeastern province of Loei.
The Interior Minister assured that compensation money will be paid to all flood victims by the end of this month.