In line with the Nationwide Heart for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting, at 4pm this afternoon (October 8), Storm No. 7 Lionrock was within the southeast sea of Hainan Island (China). The strongest wind within the space close to the middle of the storm is powerful at stage 8-9 (60-90km/h), stage 11 gusts. The radius of a stage 6 robust wind and a stage 8 gust is about 150km from the middle of the storm.
It’s forecasted that within the subsequent 24 hours, the storm will transfer primarily within the North-West path, with a velocity of 5-10km per hour. At 4 p.m. on October 9, the placement of the storm’s middle was within the northern space of Hainan Island (China). The strongest wind within the space close to the middle of the storm is powerful at stage 8 (60-75km/h), stage 10.
Deputy Director of the Nationwide Heart for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting – Mr. Hoang Phuc Lam – stated that from the night time of October 9, part of chilly air will have an effect on the northern area and be stronger within the winter months. October 10-11. Because of the affect of chilly air mixed with many different elements, storm No. 7 is forecasted to be sophisticated and unpredictable.
Within the subsequent 24 to 48 hours, because of the affect of chilly air, storm No. 7 is more likely to change path and transfer within the southwest path, touring 10-15km per hour.
At 4 p.m. on October 10, the middle of the storm was 150km from Hai Phong, 100km from Nam Dinh, 110km from Thanh Hoa, 130km from Nghe An, and 160km from Ha Tinh. The strongest wind within the space close to the middle of the storm is powerful at stage 8-9 (60-90km/h), stage 11.
Within the subsequent 48 to 72 hours, the storm strikes within the southwest path, touring 10-15km per hour, weakening right into a tropical melancholy and transferring inland to the southern provinces of the North Delta and the North Central area. It step by step weakened right into a low stress space over Higher Laos. The strongest wind within the middle of the low stress space dropped beneath stage 6 (lower than 40km/h).
Because of the affect of storm No. 7, within the night and tonight (October 8), on the western sea of the North East Sea space (together with the waters of Hoang Sa archipelago) there was robust wind of 8-9, gusty. stage 11, the waves are from 2-4m excessive, the ocean could be very tough. Within the Gulf of Tonkin (together with Bach Lengthy Vi island district) there are robust winds of stage 6, gusts of stage 8, waves of 2-3.5m excessive, tough seas; from tomorrow (9/10) robust to stage 7, the realm close to the middle of robust storm stage 8-9, stage 11 shock.
Tonight and tomorrow (October 9), within the South East Sea space (together with the waters of the Truong Sa archipelago), the ocean from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau has robust southwest winds of 6, gusts of seven and waves. The ocean is 2-3m excessive, the ocean is tough.
As well as, within the Gulf of Tonkin, the waters from Quang Tri to Ca Mau, Ca Mau to Kien Giang, the Gulf of Thailand, the North and Center of the East Sea (together with the waters of the Paracel Islands) have showers and thunderstorms. robust. Throughout thunderstorms, there’s a risk of tornadoes and robust gusts of wind.
On the mainland, from the afternoon of October 9 to October 10, because of the affect of storms mixed with elevated chilly air, the coastal space from Quang Ninh to Ha Tinh is forecast to have robust winds of 6-7, gusts of 9. .
From the afternoon of October 9 to October 11, within the Northeast, there’s heavy to very heavy rain, with a standard rainfall of 150-250mm, in some locations over 300mm. From October 10-11, within the Northwest, there’s heavy rain, the entire rainfall is 50-100mm, in some locations over 150mm.
From October 10-12, within the provinces of Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh, there are very heavy rains, the entire rainfall is widespread 150-350mm, in some locations over 350mm. Warning of excessive danger of flash floods, landslides in mountainous areas and native flooding in low-lying, low-lying and riverside areas.