According to the latest weather news of the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center, this year’s sixth tropical storm named internationally as Nakri is likely to chug along the South- Central, East- Southern and Central Highlands regions.
The hydro-meteorological forecast and warning centers in Asia-Pacific region informed that the newly- formed tropical depression in the middle of the East Sea intensified into Nakri, which is the typhoon's international name, tends to make landfall in the South- Central region of Vietnam.
The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center issued a warning of large- scale downpour waves in the Central Highlands, the Southeastern provinces and cities, including Binh Thuan province, with peak rainfall of 300- 400 mm.
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 northwestward- moving tropical depression was located at around 570 kilometers from the Paracel Islands with a maximum sustained winds of 40- 50 kilometers an hour in the early morning of Thursday.