The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center provides visible images of the tropical depressions in the East Sea

Two tropical depressions powerfully operating in East Sea

The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center this morning reported that one more low pressure zone turned into the tropical depression in the East Sea; therefore, there are two tropical low pressure systems in the East Sea, including one moving closer to the shore. 
The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center provided visible images of the newly-formed tropical depression (Photo: NHMF)

Tropical depression likely to turn into new storm

According to the latest news from the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center, the newly-formed tropical low pressure system in the Philippines’ Luzon Island is expected to strengthen with maximum speeds of 20-25 kilometers per hour. 
A newly- formed tropical low pressure in the East Sea (Photo: NHFC)

New tropical depression forms in East Sea

Pursuant to the latest weather news from the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center, a newly-formed tropical low pressure system was located at around 560 kilometers from the Paracel Islands with its sustained winds of 40- 50 kilometers an hour in Wednesday early morning. 
The storm hit central and eastern Philippine islands on December 29 and caused massive flooding and landslides.  (Photo: AFP)

Philippines: Death toll in storm, landslides climbs to 126

The death toll in a powerful storm that triggered landslides and flash floods in the Philippines has risen to 126, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said on January 6.
Position of tropical- low depression nears shore

Tropical depression nears shore

Due to an impact of tropical depression being weakened by typhoon Toraji, the southern- central, central highlands and southern coastal provinces and cities will experience spells of downpours and thunderstorms with high rainfall of 50-100mm.
HCMC will be hot and sunny with increasing unseasonable rains during the Tet holiday

Tropical depression to affect Vietnam weather near Tet holidays

A low pressure zone east off the Phillipines is forecast to enter the East Sea toward the northern part of the Truong Sa (Spratly) Islands in days before the Tet Holiday and might intensify into a tropical depression or storm.