A tropical depression off central Vietnam coast is forecast to strengthen into a storm at 7 p.m. Friday, carrying winds of 62–74 km/h.
The tropical depression was around 310 km off the south-central province of Binh Dinh at 6 a.m. Friday.
It is forecast to move northwest and be around 180 km off Da Nang and its neighbor Quang Nam at the time it becomes a storm, according to the National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting.
The storm, to be the fifth in the East Sea this year, is forecast to devolve back into a tropical depression by 7 a.m. Sunday over the coast from Da Nang to Quang Ngai Province, with winds of 39-61 kph.
Heavy rains and high waves of up to six meters are forecast in the region. Rainfall from Thursday to Monday could reach more than 600 mm in some places between Quang Binh, home to famous caves, and Khanh Hoa Province, home to beach town Nha Trang. Quang Tri and Quang Ngai Provinces can receive rainfall of up to 800 mm during the period.
The region was hit by Storm Noru in late September, with thousands of houses damaged. Impacts from monsoon winds also caused heavy rains that flooded many houses in the region from October 9.
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