Low-pressure zone develops into tropical low-pressure system

The National center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting issued its latest weather news that early morning August 10, low-pressure zone in North West parts of Hoang Sa Archipelago developed into a tropical low-pressure system.

Low-pressure zone develops into tropical low-pressure system

At 4am, it centered at 18.5 degrees north latitude, 111.3 degrees east longitude, 100km from Hainan Island of China. The strongest wind speed was from 40 to 50km per hour (level 6); at 50km from the center of the system (level 8).

In the next 24 hours, it is forecast to move North West north, at 10km per hour. On August 11 at 4am, tropical low-pressure will center at 20.9 degrees north latitude, 110.3 degrees east longitude in the east part of Loi Chau Peninsula (Leizhou -China).

Due to the impact of tropical low-pressure, the sea areas in the North West part of the East Sea see torrential rains and thunderstorms with the strongest wind speed at level 6, rough sea.

In the next 24 to 48 hours, tropical low-pressure system will move north North West at 5km per hour.

In addition, tonight August 10 the areas in the middle and south part of the East Sea including Truong Sa Archipelago and the sea areas from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau will experience a strong southwest wind, high waves at 4m and rough seas.

The sea areas of the Tokin gulf and the south part of the East Sea, the sea areas from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau and Ca Mau to Kien Giang will see prolonged rains, thunderstorms and the possibility of whirlwinds.

SONG NGUYEN –Translated by V.Ha ​

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