Forecast of storm path No. 7 – Photo: Center for hydro-meteorological forecasting
According to the National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting, at 22:00 on October 12, the location of the center of storm No. 7 was about 18.1 North latitude; 114.2 degrees East longitude, about 250km from the Hoang Sa archipelago to the northeast.
The strongest wind near the center of a strong storm at level 9 (75 – 90km / h), shock level 11. The radius of strong winds from level 6, jerk from level 8 or more is about 170km from the center of the storm.
It is forecasted that in the next 24 hours, typhoon No.7 will move in the Northwest direction, each hour is about 20km and is likely to be stronger.
At 22:00 on October 13, the storm’s position was about 18.9 North latitude; 109.8 degrees East Longitude, on the Southeast island of Hainan (China). The strongest wind near the center of strong storms level 10 (90 – 100km / h), level 12.
The storm hazard zone in the East Sea in the next 24 hours (strong winds of grade 6 or higher, jerk from level 8 or higher) is from latitude 16 to 20 degrees North latitude; from 108 to 117 degrees east longitude. All vessels operating in the danger zone are at high risk of being affected by strong winds.
During the next 24 to 36 hours, typhoon No.7 moves in the Northwest direction, each hour is 15-20km. Around the night of October 13, storms will enter the Gulf of Tonkin.
At 10:00 am on October 14, the storm’s position is about 19.4 north latitude; 107.4 degrees East Longitude. The strongest wind near the center of strong storms is level 9-10 (75 – 100km / h), level 12.
During the next 36 to 48 hours, the typhoon moved in the Northwest direction, every hour it traveled 15 – 20km, inland to the southern provinces of the Northern Delta and North Central Coast and gradually weakened into a tropical depression. .
By 22:00 on October 14, the location of the tropical depression center is about 19.6 North latitude; 105.3 degrees East Longitude. The strongest wind in the area near the center of strong tropical low pressure level 7 (50 – 60km / h), level 9.
During the next 48 to 72 hours, the tropical depression moves westward, about 15km per hour.