Low pressure zone hits East Sea

A new low pressure zone was located at 14 degrees latitude north and at 113 degrees longitude east on East Sea on September 11, reported the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center.

Meanwhile, the low pressure trough was located at 13- 16 degrees north which caused heavy rains in the area of the southern and southern central region.

According to forecast weather, on going low pressure trough will accompany with the new low pressure zone causing heavy rains and strong winds on East Sea; and then it can develop into a tropical low pressure in the upcoming days.

A cold front is heading the northern region of Vietnam. Today, the cold weather affects directly to the northern central provinces, and then it will expand to the northern and northern central provinces.

The weather in Ho Chi Minh City will see sunny daytime, no rain at night . The highest temperature in the area will reach at 32- 34 degrees Celsius, and the lowest temperature at 24- 25 degrees Celsius.

By Van Phuc- Translated by Huyen Huong

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