High wave & tide threats north of central territorial waters

Big waves and high tides were measured at 2-4 meters in the south of central and southern territorial waters, reported by the Central Meteorology Hydrology Forecast Center on November 19. 


Due to the influence of the cold front, East Sea’s northern territorial waters and Paracel Island experienced not only northeast wind at speed of level 6-8 but also 2-4 meters high waves, rough sea. Meanwhile, showery weather, thunderstorm, cyclone and strong wind at level 5-8 swept cross East Sea’s southern territorial waters from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau, including Spratly Island.
The sea water level from Da Nang to Khanh Hoa, and from Vung Tau to Ca Mau faced 2- 4 meters high waves and flood tide. The bad weather is forecast to cause landslide, flooding and rough sea in the locals.

By Van Phuc- Translated by Huyen Huong

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