A tropical tough storm that comes into South China



Tropical depression situation. Photograph: NCHMF.

Tropical depression situation. Photograph: NCHMF.

At 7 o'clock on November 20, where tropical depression was about 10.0 degrees north; 128.8 degrees on the east, approximately 400km east of the Main Median of the Philippines. The strongest wind near the middle level of tropical low shoe 7 (50-60km / h), level of circulation 9.

The tropical depression is expected to be; move northwest, about 25km per hour and be able to flow in the next four hours.

To 7am on 21/11, the storm center is about 11.5 degrees north; 122.5 eastbound, just in the middle of the Filipin. The strongest wind near the middle of storm strength 8 (60-75km / h), the level of shock 10.

In the next 24 to 48 hours, the crop will move westwards, each time to travel around 25km and enter the southern and southern China. By 7am on November 22, the storm center is about 11.5 degrees north; 116.0 east end, the island of Song Tu Tay (in the Spratly Islands) approximately 190km east. Strongest wind near strong storm 8-9 (60-90km / h), level 11. Level disaster hazards: level 3.

In the next 48 to 72 hours, tephoon moves west, 15-20km per hour and has the potential to add more. By 7am on 23/11, where the storm center is around 11.7 degrees north; 111.5 eastbound, approximately 250km east of Central America. The strongest wind near a strong 9.9 strong storm (75-100km / h) level, level 12. Risk level disaster: level 3.

Nguyen Duong


Source link