7 provinces and cities banned beaches to avoid storms

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7 provinces and cities banned beaches to avoid storms 3
7 provinces and cities banned beaches to avoid storms 3

The National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting said that at 12 noon today, the eye of storm Noul was about 300 km southeast of the Hoang Sa archipelago.

At the meeting to respond to the storm, Mr. Tran Quang Hoai, Deputy Head of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, said that Thua Thien Hue, Da Nang, Quang Nam, three localities where Typhoon Nuol is expected to land, are prohibited.

A report from the Border Guard shows that as of this morning, more than 58,000 vehicles and 285,000 fishermen have been informed about the direction of the storm.

On the morning of September 17, many boats moved to the coast of Da Nang to avoid the storm.

The storm is expected on September 17-18, causing 200-300 mm of rain from Ha Tinh to Quang Ngai, with 400 mm of rain in some places.

However, due to the narrow terrain, sloping to the sea, water rises and drains quickly, the risk of flash floods and landslides is very high.

To prevent the risk of level 10 storm winds (90-100 km/h), level 12 shocks and flash floods, landslides, and rising sea waves, provinces from Quang Binh to Da Nang have plans to evacuate nearly 296,000 people.

7 provinces and cities banned beaches to avoid storms

Many small boats in Man Quang Bay, Da Nang were also brought ashore on the morning of September 17.

Speaking at the meeting, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong requested provinces in the affected area outside the ban to consider the actual situation to consider allowing students to leave school.

The working group led by Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung is on its way to Quang Tri and Thua Thien Hue provinces to inspect and direct response to the storm.

Noul was formed from a low pressure area in the Philippine Sea, then strengthened into a tropical depression and this morning entered the East Sea, strengthening into a storm, the fifth storm in the East Sea this year.

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