Typhoon Conson when entering the East Sea went very fast and increased in intensity very strongly

Storm Conson when entering the East Sea went very quickly and increased in intensity very strongly - Photo 1.

Location and direction of Hurricane Conson – Photo: National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting

According to the National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting, at At 7 p.m. on the evening of September 9, the center of the storm was in the central Philippines. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 8-9 (60-90km/h), level 11.

It is forecasted that in the next 24 hours, the storm will move in the northwest direction, at a speed of 10-15km per hour. At 7:00 p.m. on September 8, the center of the storm was in the southern part of Luzon island (Philippines). The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 8 (60-75km/h), level 10.

In the next 24 to 48 hours, the storm will move in the northwest direction, traveling 15-20km per hour, entering the East Sea and potentially getting stronger.

At 19:00 on September 9, the center of the storm was about 530km east of the Hoang Sa archipelago. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 9 (75-90km/h), level 11.

In the next 48 to 72 hours, the storm moves in the northwest direction, traveling 15-20km per hour and getting stronger. At 19:00 on September 10, the center of the storm was about 220km northeast of the Hoang Sa archipelago. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 10-11 (90-120km/h), level 13.

In the next 72 to 120 hours, the storm moves in the northwest direction, about 15km per hour and continuing to get stronger.

“Hurricane Conson when entering the East Sea will have a very fast speed and very strong intensity. It is expected that the strongest wind of Storm Conson when in the East Sea will be around level 12, with gusts of 13-14” – Forecast Center National hydro-meteorological report commented and suggested that people raise their vigilance, both against epidemics and against storms, floods and natural disasters.

On the afternoon of September 9, the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control continued to send a telegram to ministries, branches and localities about the proactively respond to storms and heavy rains in the context of COVID-19 is complicated.

For the sea route, it is necessary tomonitoring and tally of ships operating in the area storm impacts keep regular communication with vehicle owners to deal with them promptly handle bad situations that may occur.

For lowland and coastal areas, qstrictly manage the sailing of ships, based on the specific situation, The Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee issued a decision to ban the sea for fishing vessels.

For mountainous areas, deploying shock forces to inspect and review unsafe houses, residential areas along rivers, streams, outside riverbanks, areas at risk of flooding, landslides, flash floods, etc. underground mines and mining areas.

Prepare plans to evacuate people in areas with high risk of deep flooding, flash floods, landslides to safe places.

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