Southern provinces brace for heavy rain caused by intertropical convergence zone

Southern provinces brace for heavy rain caused by intertropical convergence zone

According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, the intertropical convergence zone with an axis passing through the South Central Coast connects with a low-pressure area in the East Sea moving inland, so there will be moderate rain, heavy rain, downpours, and thunderstorms in the areas from Da Nang City to Binh Thuan Province, the Central Highlands, and the South from September 19 to September 21.
Central region experiences heat wave

Central region experiences heat wave

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting on August 22 said in the northern part of East Sea appeared a tropical low-pressure and afternoon yesterday, it centered at 22.3 degrees north latitude – 118.8 degrees east longitude, 155km from west south of Taiwan (China).
Tropical low-pressure develops into 3rd storm

Tropical low-pressure develops into 3rd storm

The 3rd storm in 2018 named Son Tinh centered at 19.4 degrees north latitude, 117.0 degrees east longitude at 10am this morning, said the national center for hydro meteorological forecasting.
The direction of tropical low-pressure

Storm & tropical low-pressure make landfall

Low-pressure system in the Tokin Gulf yesterday developed into tropical low-pressure and is heading to the northern provinces of Thanh Hoa to Ha Tinh. One another low-pressure also occurred in the east of the Philippines and is forecast to move to the East Sea in the next days.
Tropical low-pressure to weaken into low-pressure zone

Tropical low-pressure to weaken into low-pressure zone

The national Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting center said tropical low-pressure system will keep moving west for the next 24 hours at wind speed of 15-20km per hour then weaken into a low-pressure zone.