After moving to the north of Vietnam’s Paracel Islands, Rai, once a super typhoon, has turned into a tropical depression.
According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, the center of the depression lay 180 km south of China’s Hainan Island at 10 p.m. Monday with the strongest wind speed measured at 40-50 kph.
It is forecast to continue moving north-east at 20 kph and keep weakening.
Rai, the ninth storm in the South China Sea this year, was a super typhoon when it hit the Philippines before it started to weaken.
But on Sunday it intensified again into a super typhoon, belying forecasts it would continue to weaken as it moved closer to the Vietnamese coast.
It sank five fishing vessels off Vietnam’s south-central Binh Thuan Province on Sunday, killing one fisherman. It also caused damage worth at least VND200 billion ($8.7 million) to seafood farms off Khanh Hoa Province.
In the Philippines, the death toll from the typhoon had climbed to at least 375 by the end of Monday, according to AFP.
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