It is forecasted that during the day and night of September 10, the storm will move mainly in the west, traveling about 15km per hour and is likely to get stronger.
Specifically, the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting said that on the morning of September 10, storm No. 5, also known as Storm Conson, was about 220km southeast of Hoang Sa archipelago with the strongest wind. Level 10 is equivalent to 90-100km/h and level 12 shock.
According to the forecast until about 4 am on September 11, the center of the storm No. 5 will be located right on the Hoang Sa archipelago. The area near the center of the storm has strong winds of level 11 equivalent to 100-115km/h, level 13.
Due to the influence of Storm Conson on the mainland, the Central Highlands and the South are forecast to have thunderstorms. In which rain mainly concentrates in the afternoon and evening, in some places it rains moderately, in some places it rains heavily with common rainfall in the range of 20-40mm in 24 hours, in some places the rainfall is up to over 60mm/24 hours.
Meteorologists advise people to be on the lookout for extreme weather events such as tornadoes, lightning, hail, and strong gusts of wind. At the same time, in low-lying, low-lying and riverside areas, there is a high risk of flash floods and landslides.
Before the impact of Typhoon Conson, the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control requested provinces and cities to regularly and closely monitor warning bulletins, disaster forecasts and weather to notify as well such as giving timely and regular instructions to the authorities and people to take proactive measures in preventing and minimizing damage to people and property.
Provinces and cities are preparing and readying specific plans to prevent and combat inundation, flash floods, landslides in mountainous areas, urban areas and concentrated residential areas. In addition, it is necessary to strengthen the propaganda, dissemination, as well as guide the people on how to recognize, and basic skills in responding to floods, thunderstorms with whirlwinds, lightning and strong winds.
Meteorologists also recommend that people need to reinforce and support their houses, and cut down tree branches around the house to avoid falling trees during thunderstorms and strong winds. In addition, the area between and south of the East Sea (including the waters of the Truong Sa archipelago), the sea from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau, due to the influence of the southwest monsoon, there will be strong southwesterly winds of level 5, at times 6, level 7-8 shock, rough seas.
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