Tropical depression heads towards East Sea
Forecasting announced on November 24 that a tropical depression has
formed in the eastern sea area south of the Philippines and is heading
towards the East Sea.
The Centre forecast that it has maximum sustained wind speeds of 50km
per hour and is tracking west and northwest at a speed of 15-20km per
hour. If it enters the East Sea, this will be the eighth typhoon to hit
Vietnam since the beginning of the year.
The Centre warned of severe floods in the
rivers in localities from Quang Binh to Quang Ngai and the high risk of
flash floods and landslides.