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Typhoon No. 8 in the South China Sea



Location and direction of storm No. 8. (Photo: NHCMF).

Location and direction of storm No. 8. (Photo: NHCMF).

At 18h on 17/11, the storm is in the middle of about 11.0 degrees north; 111.1 degrees east, about 240 km east of Ninh Thuan-Binh Thuan province. The strongest wind near the middle of strong storms level 8 (60-75 km / h), level 10. Wind Radius level 6, level 8 about 100 km from the center of the storm.

It is expected that the typhoon will be moved west, about 10 km per hour, within the next 24 hours. At 19h on 18/11, the storm is in the middle of about 11.2 degrees north; 109.3 degrees east, right by the sea in the provinces from Ninh Thuan to Ba Ria-Vung Tau. The strongest wind near the middle of strong storms level 8 (60-75 km / h), level 10. Wind radius level 6, shock level 8 about 120 km from the center of the storm.

Due to typhoons in the western part of the South China Sea (including Spratly Islands) there is strong thunderstorms; Strong winds at level 8, level 10; dynamic sea. From this night, the sea ranges from Ninh Thuan to Ba Ria-Vung Tau gradually flow to levels 6-7, near the middle of storm level 8, shock level 10, sea waves 3-5 meters high; dynamic sea.

The danger zone in the Baltic Sea for the next 24 hours (strong winds of 6 and above): from 9.0 to 12.5 degrees north latitude; West meridian 113.0 degrees east.

During the next 24 to 48 hours typhyphones move towards west-west, every hour travels about 10-15 km and gradually deteriorates into tropical depression. At 19h on 19/11, the center of tropical depression lies at about 10.5 degrees north; 105.5 degrees east, on the mainland to the south. The strongest tropical pressure low pressure level 6 (40-50 km / h). Disaster Level: Level 3

Due to the influence of the storm, from the night (17/11) to 19/11 in coastal provinces in the southern central, southern central highlands and southern Vietnam with moderate precipitation there is strong rain and scattered thunderstorms. , the precipitation is generally 70-150 mm.

From tonight to November 19 there will be a flooding on the rivers in the southern central region. During this flood, the floods in Binh Dinh's rivers, Phu Yen under the alarm 1, the rivers from Khanh Hoa to Binh Thuan on level 1 BD-BD2. High risk of landslides and floods in mountainous areas, low-lying floods and urban areas. Level of natural disaster due to heavy rain, flood, river, landslide: level 1-2.

Nguyen Duong


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