Storm No. 5 has the ability to shock level 13 when passing through the Paracels, heading inland

Storm No. 5 has the ability to shock level 13 when passing through the Paracels, heading inland - Photo 1.

Forecasting the path of storm No. 5 – Source: National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting

The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 9 (75-90km/h), level 11 gusts. The radius of strong winds from level 6, gusts from level 8 upwards is about 120km from the center of the storm.

It is forecasted that in the next 24 hours, storm No. 5 will move in the northwest direction, traveling 15-20km per hour and is likely to get stronger.

By 4:00 am tomorrow, September 10, the location of the storm’s center is about 350km east of the Hoang Sa archipelago. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 10 (90-100km/h), level 12.

Danger zone in the East Sea in the next 24 hours (strong winds of level 6, gusts of level 8 or higher): from 14 to 18 degrees North latitude; East longitude 113.5 degrees East longitude. All vessels operating in the danger zone are at high risk of being affected by strong winds, high waves and tornadoes.

In the next 24 to 48 hours, storm No. 5 moves mainly to the west, traveling 10-15km per hour and is likely to get stronger. At 4 am on September 11, the location of the storm’s center was right on the Hoang Sa archipelago. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 11 (100-120km/h), level 13.

In the next 48 to 72 hours, the storm will move mainly to the west, at 5-10km per hour. At 4 a.m. on September 12, the center of the storm was about 150km west of the Hoang Sa archipelago. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 11 (100-120km/h), level 13.

In the next 72 to 120 hours, the storm No. 5 moves in the northwest direction, at a speed of 5-10km per hour.

Warning of strong winds and big waves at sea

In the eastern sea area of ​​the North and the Middle of the East Sea, there is a vortex of level 7-8, the area near the center of the storm No. 5 passes through level 9, then increases to 10, then level 12; sea ​​waves 4-6m high; rough seas. Warning level of disaster risk in the East Sea, North and Middle East Sea: level 3.

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