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A tropical depression at East Sea has turned into tropical storm Krovanh on Sunday and become the 14th typhoon of the year.
Hundreds of households had to leave their houses yesterday night as floods suddenly rose sharply in Binh Dinh Province's Quy Nhon City.
Three storms have been forecasted to move into the East Sea in the coming time, according to the National Centre for Hydrometeorology Forecasting.
Storm Molave left 50 people dead and four missing in Quang Tri province. Total damage caused by the storm was calculated at more than 2 trillion VND (86.32 million USD).
Super Typhoon Goni is forecast to be downgraded to a tropical storm before it strikes Vietnam early next week, according to the National Centre of Hydro-meteorological and Forecasting.
Saudel is moving west at a speed of 10-15 km per hour, around 770 km to the east-southeast of Hoang Sa archipelago and is forecast to gain strength and bring rain to all localities across the country in the coming days.
A tropical depression centered some 550 kilometers off Quang Nam Province and some 470 kilometers from Binh Dinh Province at 1 p.m. today, October 10 is forecast to strengthen into a storm heading toward central Vietnam in the next 12 hours.
A vast stretch of coast is lashed by torrential rain and huge swells, causing widespread damage.
Typhoon Kammuri has entered the East Sea, packing winds of 90-100 kilometres per hour near its eye, with gusts of over 118 kilometres per hour, after sweeping through the Philippines.
Powerful Typhoon Kammuri, packing strong winds gusting at level 17, is expected to enter the East Sea in the next 24 hours. From this afternoon, winds hovering around the northeast and middle of the East Sea will likely intensify to level 10.
The National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control has urged authorities of coastal localities from Quang Ninh to Khanh Hoa to proactively brace for storm Kalmaegi and cold spells.
New tropical low- pressure system formed in the eastern territorial waters of the Central- Philippines yesterday.
At least three people have been killed or gone missing as a result of the impact of typhoon Nakri, whilst thousands of homes throughout the central highlands region have been submerged in water.
Tropical storm Nakri, the sixth storm to affect Vietnam in 2019, is moving slowly eastwards and is expected to change course and head to Vietnam’s central region in the next 24 hours.
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A tropical depression has formed in the East Sea with strongest winds near its centre reaching up to 40 to 50km per hour, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
Authorities in Laos have asked for Vietnam's support to look for seven nationals who have gone missing in floods.
A tropical depression could strengthen into a storm which would affect many northern provinces.