Low-pressure may develop into tropical low-pressure

Low-pressure system formed in the East Sea this early morning and it is forecast to develop into tropical low-pressure system, warned by the National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting.

Low-pressure may develop into tropical low-pressure

In next 24 hours, it will keep moving west and west-north at 5 to 10km per hour and be developed into a tropical low-pressure system.

Due to the affection of low pressure zone, the areas in the middle of the East Sea (including Truong Sa- Spratly archipelago) will see heavy rains, strong winds of level 5 and even up level 8.

Mr. Le Thanh Hai, Deputy Head of the National Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control said early next week, tropical low-pressure can strength and develop into a storm. However, In June, storms are predicted not to make landfall in Vietnam.

“The Southern region will experience heavy rains as a storm appears in north of the East Sea”, Mr. Thanh added.

VAN PHUC –Translated by Van Ha

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