Typhoon Halong to approach East Sea

A storm named Halong and a tropical low pressure are on the ways to  East Sea from  Luzon Island (Philippines), reported by the National Meteorology Hydrology Forecast Center and the Asia – Pacific weather forecast centers yesterday.

Currently, the typhoon moves west northwestwards, meanwhile, the tropical low pressure moves westwards.

The weather on Vietnam’s southern territorial waters will see heavy rains on the large scale in the upcoming days.

Because of influence of Inter-tropical Convergence Zone at 15-18 degrees north latitude accompanied with strong operation of southwest monsoon, the territorial waters from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau and southern waters of East Sea, including Spratly Islands will see strong wind with its speed of level 5-8, and rough seas.

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