The Ma-On storm from the Northeast Luzon Island of the Philippines accompanied by vortex will hit the North and South of Vietnam in the next few days.
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The vortex appearing in the East Sea yesterday and operating in the Northeast of China’s Leizhou Peninsula could be able to trigger a tropical low pressure.
The whirlwind has swept through the North of Vietnam and brought rainstorms to this area.
The cyclone is forecast to cause downpours lasting for the next 2 to 3 days in the southern region and rough seas in the southern areas of the East Sea, especially in the sea from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau provinces.
Source: tuoi tre
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