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A severe cold snap in Thailand has prompted authorities to declare an emergency zone across more than half of the country normally renowned for its tropical weather. Local media have reported up to five deaths as a result of exposure to UNUSUALLY COLD conditions. The temperature in Bangkok fell to 15C yesterday - cold for the capital, but still far off its record low of 11C recorded in 1974. "Because the high pressure from China keeps coming, the cold weather will stay in Bangkok at least until this weekend." Today, most parts of north and northeast saw temperatures below 14C coupled with strong winds, with a mountain in northern Chiang Mai provinces recording a temperature of 4C.
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