New low pressure zone approaching East Sea

According to the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center, a low pressure zone appeared in the eastward of the Philippines' central area yesterday.

One more low pressure zone appears in the East Sea

One more low pressure zone appears in the East Sea

At 1pm, the low pressure zone was centered at around 10- 12 degrees north latitude, 128.5- 129.5 degrees east longitude, at 500 kilometers of the eastward.

It is forecast to move the west- northwestward at a speed of 15 kilometers an hour, and is expected to operate stronger within next 24 hours. 

By 1pm today, the low pressure zone will be located at 11.5 degrees north latitude and 124.5 degrees east longitude in the Philippines' central area. 

In addition, it is going to continue moving the west- northwestward at 20-25 kilometers an hour, and then it will enter the East Sea on November 10.

Some websites of the international weather centers warned that the tropical depression is expected to develop into a typhoon with its complicated direction which will cause danger for fishing boats on sea.

The National Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control yesterday reported at least 82 dead and 26 missing after the flooding.

BY VAN PHUC- Translated by Huyen Huong

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