Typhoon Chanthu “holds” Conson’s feet, sucking southwest wind causing heavy rain for the South

Typhoon Chanthu pinned down Typhoon Conson's foot, sucking in southwesterly winds, causing heavy rain in the South - Photo 1.

Super typhoon Chanthu with a clear eye will “hold” Conson and suck the southwest monsoon causing rain for the South in the coming days – Photo: LE PHAN screenshot

Mr. Le Dinh Quyet – Deputy Head of Forecasting Department of Hydrometeorological Station of the Southern Region – said that in the coming days, after entering the East Sea, Typhoon Conson is likely to get stronger and continue to move in the northwest direction. .

However, super typhoon Chanthu, which is operating off the coast of the Philippines, is so strong that it is likely to create a twin storm interaction, causing Typhoon Conson to move more slowly and move west-southwest when entering the middle of the East Sea.

Therefore, Typhoon Conson will be “held up”, moving slowly, and at the same time will operate in the East Sea for longer, causing the southwest monsoon to strengthen, making the weather in the South from today to September 13 change. bad.

The weather is usually cloudy, with rain in the afternoon to afternoon and evening in many places, scattered with moderate rain and thunderstorms, with heavy to very heavy rain in some places, scattered showers and thunderstorms at night. During a thunderstorm, watch out for strong winds, whirlwinds, and lightning.

From September 14 to 15, there will be rain in the afternoon and evening in many places, with moderate rain, heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms, showers and thunderstorms in some places at night. From September 16 to 18, rain began to decrease and only occurred in less than half of the area and concentrated in the afternoon and sunny days.

“This evening 8-9, some places may have heavy rain such as Can Tho, Hau Giang, Tien Giang, Vinh Long. Tomorrow 9-9, there will be a lot of rain in the evening in the Southeast provinces.

Currently, the tropical convergence band is very active, so there are many vortex zones on it, which are favorable dynamic conditions for the formation of thunderstorms, whirlwinds, gusts and tornadoes,” Quyet said.


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