Due to the combined impact of a tropical convergence strip and a low-pressure zone, it is predicted to continue flowing in southern Vietnam in the first half of this week.
Localities in the southern region, including Ho Chi Minh City, are anticipated to force medium to heavy rain from September 16 to 18, said Le Dinh Quyet, a southern weather forecast center official.
Quyet explained that the average rainfall will be between 20 and 40 millimeters per 24 hours.
On September 19 and 20, showers will occur mainly in the evening, he continued, adding that rain in the region will diminish from September 21.
The comparable climate pattern is also predicted in the Central Highlands and the Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan, and Khanh Hoa southern-central provinces in the same era.
In the Central Highlands, Dak Nong and Lam Dong Provinces will be at high risk of flooding, flash floods and land slides
It is anticipated that rough seas, powerful gusts and thunderstorms will happen along the shoreline from the province of Binh Thuan to southern Ca Mau.
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