Three storms head towards East Sea

Three storms brewing east off the Philippines have headed towards the East Sea, said that National Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center.

Of them, Linfa typhoon generated level 10 winds moving 90-100 kilometers an hour near its eye yesterday afternoon. The storm was moving northwest at 10-15 kilometers an hour towards Luzon Island of the Philippines.

Linfa influence is forecast to cause strong winds and high waves in the northern part of the East Sea from Monday morning.

The other two storms have interacted with Chan Hom and Nangka typhoons moving west northwest at 20 kilometers an hour in the Pacific Ocean to worsen sea weather.

The center has also reported that the widespread heat wave in the central region has mitigated. It will end today in the north central region and tomorrow in the rest areas.

By Van Phuc – Translated by Hai Mien

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