According to the latest update of the Central Hydrometeorological Center, at 19 o’clock today, the location of the storm’s center is about 19.4 degrees north latitude; 107.6 degrees East longitude, about 110km south of Bach Long Vi island district; about 210km from the mainland of the provinces from Hai Phong to Nghe An. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm reached level 8, level 10.
Due to the influence of storm No. 2, Bach Long Vi island district had strong winds of level 7, level 9; The provinces from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien Hue have had heavy to very heavy rains with a total rainfall of 50-150mm.
Forecast for the next 12 hours, the storm will move in the northwest direction and travel 15-20km per hour, directly affecting the provinces/cities in the Northeast and North Central regions, then weaken into a tropical depression.
Until 7:00 o’clock on June 13, the location of the tropical depression’s center is about 20.1 degrees north latitude; 105.7 degrees East longitude, on the mainland of the southern region of the Northern Delta and Thanh Hoa. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the tropical depression is strong at level 6-7 (50-60km/h), level 9 shock.
Danger zone in the East Sea in the next 24 hours giờ (strong wind from level 6, gust from level 8 or higher): North of latitude 18.0 degrees north latitude; West longitude 109.0 degrees East longitude. All vessels operating in the hazard zone are at high risk of being impacted by strong winds and tornadoes.
Disaster risk level warning: Level 3.
From tonight (June 12) to the end of June 13 13, the North and the area from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien Hue will continue to have moderate rain, heavy rain, very heavy rain and thunderstorms with a common total rainfall of 80-150mm, in some places over 150mm; Northern Delta, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Hoa Binh, Son La, Phu Tho have heavy to very heavy rain with the total common rainfall of 100-200mm, sometimes over 250mm.
Heavy rain in the North West region is likely to last until June 14.
We will continuously update the latest information about the No. 2 storm