Typhoon No. 1 is forecasted to enter the coastal area of Quang Ninh - Hai Phong provinces on July 18th.

Typhoon No. 1 is forecasted to enter the coastal area of Quang Ninh – Hai Phong provinces on July 18th.

According to the National Meteorological and Hydrological Forecast Center, on July 18th, Typhoon No. 1 is expected to enter the coastal area of Quang Ninh – Hai Phong provinces. The strongest winds near the typhoon’s center are at level 9 (75-88 km/h), gusting up to level 12 (117-133 km/h), with a speed of 15-20 km/h.

As of 4:00 am on July 17th, the typhoon’s center is approximately located at 20.0 degrees north latitude and 113.5 degrees east longitude, about 340 km southeast of Lôi Châu Peninsula (China). The strongest winds near the typhoon’s center are at levels 11-12 (103-133 km/h), gusting up to level 15 (166 km/h).

By 4:00 am on July 18th, the typhoon’s center is expected to be at approximately 21.0 degrees north latitude and 109.5 degrees east longitude, over the western part of Lôi Châu Peninsula (China), about 190 km southeast of Móng Cái (Quảng Ninh), and about 290 km east of Hải Phòng. The strongest winds near the typhoon’s center are at levels 11-12 (103-133 km/h), gusting up to level 15 (166 km/h), with a speed of 15-20 km/h, and the possibility of getting stronger.

By 4:00 pm on July 18th, the typhoon’s center is projected to be at approximately 21.5 degrees north latitude and 107.5 degrees east longitude, over the coastal area of Quảng Ninh – Hải Phòng provinces. The strongest winds near the typhoon’s center are at level 9 (75-88 km/h), gusting up to level 12 (117-133 km/h), with a speed of 15-20 km/h, and gradually weakening.

By 4:00 am on July 19th, the center of the tropical low-pressure system is expected to be at approximately 21.8 degrees north latitude and 105.5 degrees east longitude, over the inland area of Northeastern Vietnam. The strongest winds near the center of the tropical low-pressure system are expected to decrease to below level 6 (39-49 km/h), with a speed of 15-20 km/h, and continue to weaken into a low-pressure area.

Marine warning: The northern waters of the northern part of the East Sea will experience strong winds of level 8-9 (62-74 km/h), while the area near the typhoon’s center will have winds at levels 11-12 (103-133 km/h), gusting up to level 15 (166 km/h). The sea will be very rough, with waves reaching 5-7 meters in height.

From the afternoon of July 17th, the northern Gulf of Tonkin (including Bach Long Vi and Co To islands) will experience increasing winds of levels 6-7 (39-61 km/h), later increasing to levels 8-9 (62-74 km/h), and winds near the typhoon’s center reaching levels 10-11 (89-102 km/h), gusting up to level 14 (148-166 km/h). The sea will be very rough, with waves reaching 3-5 meters in height.

On land: From early morning on July 18th, the coastal area from Quảng Ninh to Nam Định will experience increasing winds of levels 6-7 (39-61 km/h), later increasing to level 8 (62-74 km/h), and winds near the typhoon’s center reaching levels 9-10 (75-88 km/h), gusting up to level 13 (102-117 km/h). The deeper inland areas of Northeastern Vietnam will have winds at level 6-7 (39-61 km/h), gusting up to level 9 (88-102 km/h), with waves reaching 2-4 meters in height.

The coastal areas of Quảng Ninh to Thái Bình provinces will experience storm surges of 0.5-0.8 meters due to the typhoon. There is a high risk of flooding in low-lying areas along the coast, river mouths, and coastal erosion due to the combined effects of high tides on the afternoon of July 18th.

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