Savage storms ripped down a sign at Phuket's Karon Police Station and lifted roofing yesterday.
Elsewhere on the waterlogged holiday island, strong winds downed trees in Srisoonthorn and Rawai.
All mayors have been put on notice by Phuket Governor Nisit Jansomwong to be ready around the clock to deal with emergency flooding and possible landslips.
The dangers of earth sliding increase the more sodden the soil becomes.
In Krabi, all small local vessels have been ordered to stay ashore.
This means the only way that passengers can get to and from Phi Phi and other islands is on board large ferries - and the journeys are unlikely to be pleasant.
With all 300 of Krabi's longtail boats ordered to stay close to shore, tourists may find themselves stranded in resorts that are only accessible by sea.
Boats were able to make some connections in brief good weather this morning but the ban on small speedboats and longtails will be applied again from 2pm when another storm is expected to sweep in.