In accordance with the forecast from Hydrometeorological middle, at 19:00 on October 13, the placement of the storm’s middle was about 19.0 levels North latitude; 109.4 levels East longitude, on the mainland of Hainan island (China), about 420km from Thanh Hoa, about 430km from Nghe An, about 360km from Ha Tinh. The strongest wind within the space close to the middle of the storm is robust at degree 10 (90-100km/h), degree 12 gusts. The radius of sturdy winds from degree 6, gusts from degree 8 upwards is about 300km from the middle of the storm.
It’s forecasted that within the subsequent 12 hours, the storm will transfer shortly to the west, touring about 25km per hour, getting into the southern waters of the Gulf of Tonkin and is prone to proceed to weaken in depth. By 7:00 am on October 14, the placement of the storm’s middle was about 18.9 levels north latitude; 106.8 levels East longitude, proper on the ocean from Nam Dinh to Quang Binh. The strongest wind within the space close to the middle of the storm is robust at degree 8-9 (60-90km/h), degree 11.
Within the subsequent 12 to 24 hours, the storm continues to maneuver quickly to the west, touring about 25km per hour, shifting inland from Thanh Hoa to Quang Binh and weakening right into a tropical melancholy, then a tropical melancholy. low stress over Central Laos. The strongest wind within the middle of the low stress space dropped under degree 6 (lower than 40km/h).
As a result of affect of storm No. 8, from October 13 to October 14, within the coastal space from Quang Ninh to Quang Binh, the wind steadily elevated to degree 6-7, degree 9; Some locations within the North flow into storms with sturdy winds of degree 8, degree 10 attributable to mixture with chilly air.
From October 13-15, within the Northern area and Quang Tri, there’s average rain, heavy rain, very heavy rain in some locations with the widespread rainfall from 100-150mm/time, some locations over 200mm/time; From now (October 13) to the evening of October 15, the realm from Thanh Hoa to Quang Binh has heavy to very heavy rain with a typical rainfall of 200-300mm / time, in some locations over 350mm / time. Stopping excessive danger of flash floods and landslides in mountainous areas and native flooding in low-lying, low-lying areas and riverside.
From October 16 to October 19, as a result of affect of chilly air intensification mixed with a low stress space prone to seem on the tropical convergence band, it’s prone to proceed to happen within the Central area. heavy to very heavy rain.