Storm No. 5 when reaching Hoang Sa, increased wind gust from 12 to 13

Storm No. 5 when it arrived in the Paracels, increased wind gusts from 12 to 13 - Photo 1.

Forecasting the path of the storm No. 5 towards Vietnam – Photo: National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting

It is forecasted that during the day and night of September 10, the storm will move mainly to the west, traveling about 15km per hour and is likely to get stronger.

At 4am 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 (100-115km/h), level 13.

On the mainland, the Central Highlands and the South have thunderstorms, concentrating in the afternoon and evening, with moderate to heavy rain locally with a rainfall of 20-40mm in 24 hours, in some places over 60mm/24 hours. tornado, lightning, hail, strong wind; high risk of flash floods, landslides in mountainous areas, local flooding in low-lying, low-lying areas and riverside.

According to the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, provinces and cities need to closely monitor warning bulletins, disaster forecasts and weather to notify and provide timely and regular instructions to all levels. authorities and people actively prevent and minimize damage.

The provinces and cities are ready to prepare plans to prevent and combat inundation, flash floods and landslides in mountainous areas, urban areas and concentrated residential areas; strengthen propaganda, dissemination and instruction on how to recognize and respond to floods, thunderstorms, storms, lightning and strong winds. People should tie up, strengthen their houses, cut down branches around the house to avoid falling.

Detailed forecasts of day and night areas from September 10: Cloudy in the Northwest, sunny days; From the evening, there are showers and thunderstorms in some places, in thunderstorms there is a possibility of tornadoes, lightning, strong winds. The lowest temperature is 22-25 degrees Celsius, some places are below 22 degrees Celsius; The highest is 31-34 degrees Celsius.

The Northeast is cloudy, sunny day, from the evening showers and thunderstorms in some places, in thunderstorms there is a possibility of tornadoes, lightning, strong gusts of wind. North to Northwest wind level 2-3. The lowest temperature is 23-26 degrees Celsius, some places are below 23 degrees Celsius; The highest is 31-34 degrees Celsius.

Hanoi area is cloudy, sunny day, evening, night with showers and thunderstorms in some places, in thunderstorms there is a possibility of tornadoes, lightning, strong gusts of wind. North to Northwest wind level 2-3. The lowest temperature is 23-26 degrees Celsius, the highest is 31-34 degrees Celsius.

The provinces from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien-Hue have clouds, sunny days, showers and thunderstorms in the evening in some places, in thunderstorms there is a possibility of tornadoes, lightning, strong winds. The lowest temperature is 23-26 degrees Celsius; the highest is 29-32 degrees Celsius, some places are over 32 degrees Celsius.

The provinces and cities from Da Nang to Binh Thuan have clouds, sunny days; In the afternoon and night, there are scattered showers and thunderstorms, local moderate rain, heavy rain with the risk of tornadoes, lightning, strong gusts of wind. Southwest wind level 2-3. The lowest temperature is 23-26 degrees Celsius, the highest is 31-34 degrees Celsius.

The Central Highlands and the South are cloudy, with showers and thunderstorms in some places, especially in the afternoon and evening with showers and scattered thunderstorms, with moderate rain, heavy rain locally, beware of tornadoes, lightning, strong gusts of wind. Southwest wind level 2-3. The lowest temperature in the Central Highlands is 20-23 degrees Celsius, the highest is 28-31 degrees Celsius. The lowest temperature in the South is 23-26 degrees Celsius, the highest is 29-32 degrees Celsius.

Hurricane Conson is very unpredictable Hurricane Conson is very unpredictable

TTO – Typhoon Conson is sweeping through the Philippines and entering the East Sea on the night of September 8. Due to the interaction with storm Chanthu (strong level 13-14) outside, storm Conson’s development was very unpredictable.

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