Storm Conson is forecasted to enter the East Sea and head towards the northern provinces of our country, causing heavy rain in this area by the end of the week.
This afternoon, September 6, the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting said that a tropical depression in the central Philippines sea has now strengthened into a storm with the international name Conson. The wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 8, gusting at level 10.
Accordingly, Typhoon Conson will enter the northern area of the East Sea from the night of September 8 to September 9, and is likely to become stronger. It is forecasted that after entering the East Sea, the storm will move to the west. Due to the influence of Typhoon Conson, it is likely that the northern provinces of our country will have heavy rain on a large scale this weekend and into the beginning of next week.
The meteorological center also emphasized that on September 6, due to the influence of the southwest monsoon combined with a low-pressure trench axially through the Central Central region, there will be showers and thunderstorms in the North and Central Central region. Many places have heavy to very heavy rain.
Also in the evening and tonight, the South Central, Central Highlands and Southern regions are forecasted to have showers and thunderstorms, with heavy to very heavy rain in many places with rainfall over 120mm in some places.
From now until September 9, in the North, it is forecasted that there will be scattered showers and thunderstorms, with heavy to very heavy rain locally, in which rain mainly concentrates at night and early morning. The cause of this rain is due to the influence of the western edge of the subtropical high pressure blade combined with the northern edge of the Central Central Coast low pressure trough.
From tomorrow night from September 7 to September 9, in the Northern Delta, Hoa Binh and Son La areas, rain is likely to increase, with rainfall over 150mm in some places. The provinces of Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh are forecasted to have heavy rain in these days, with a total amount of over 200mm in 2 days. Therefore, mountainous and low-lying areas need to beware of landslides and flash floods.
Experts recommend that locals in the North and Central regions need to be proactive and quickly harvest rice and crops before floods to ensure safety. At the same time, strengthen the warehouses, areas for storing food, food and supplies to avoid being flooded, causing damage, as well as having specific plans for timely handling if flooding occurs. …
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