'Mujigae’ typhoon weakens into tropical depression

‘Mujigae’ typhoon weakened into tropical depression after making landfall in Leizhou Peninsula (China) yesterday, reported the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center.

The direction of 'Mujigae' typhoon after it weakened into tropical depression. (Photo:the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center)

The super typhoon was centered at 21, 9 degrees north latitude and 109, 6 degrees east longitude in the southern territorial water of Guangxi province of China with its strongest wind speed at level 13- 14 at 8pm yesterday.
 
By the morning today, the super storm was at 22, 9 degrees north latitude and 108, 1 degrees east longitude in the southern territorial water of Guangxi Zhuang province (China). The strongest wind gusted up to level 6-9.
 
Because of the influence of the storm, Gulf of Tonkin saw level 6- 8, gusted up to level 9-10, and sea rough.
 
In next 12- 24 hours, the tropical depression is predicted to change its direction towards the north- northwest with speed at 5 kilometers per hour.
 
By evening today, the depression will be positioned at 23, 9 degrees north latitude and 107, 8 degrees east longitude in Guangxi  province of China.

The storm circulation will cause medium and heavy rains on the large scale and affect directly to the northern region.
 

By Minh Giang- Translated by Huyen Huong

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