Nakri is probably the strongest storm since the beginning of the year in the South China Sea

The cold air combined with the storm created a strong northeast wind on the northern edge of Nakri typhoon, causing the storm to increase rapidly as it changed direction, possibly reaching level 12.

The cold air combined with the storm created a strong northeast wind on the northern edge of Nakri typhoon, causing the storm to increase rapidly as it changed direction, possibly reaching level 12.

At 04:00 on November 7 , the location of the storm center was about 13.5 degrees Vi Bac; 116.8 degrees Kinh Dong, about 340km northeast of Song Tu Tay Island (Spratly Islands). The strongest wind near the center of strong storms level 9 (75-90km / h), level 11. Wind radius strong from level 6, shock from level 8 or more about 110km from the center of the storm.

Picture 1 of Nakri is probably the strongest storm since the beginning of the year in the South China Sea
The position and direction of movement of Narki storm.

It is predicted that in the next 24 hours , the storm will move slowly towards the East, then be able to change direction, move slowly to the West, every hour it can travel about 5km and is likely to be stronger. By 04:00 on November 8, the location of the storm center was about 13.2 degrees Vi Bac; 116.7 degrees Kinh Dong, about 320km from Song Tu Tay Island to the Northeast. The strongest wind near the center of strong storms level 10 (90-100km / h), level 12.

Dangerous areas in the South China Sea in the next 24 hours (wind radius of level 6, jerking from level 8 or higher) due to storms and cold air: the North of the North parallel 11.5 degrees North; east of meridians 112.0 degrees Longitude.

Over the next 24 to 48 hours , the storm moves in the West, about 5-10 km per hour and is likely to intensify. By 04:00 on November 9, the location of the storm center was about 12.9 degrees Vi Bac; 114.7 degrees Kinh Dong, about 180km to the west of Gemini West. The strongest wind near the center of strong storms level 11-12 (100-135km / hour), level 14.

Over the next 48 to 72 hours , the storm moved westward at a faster pace, traveling about 10-15km every hour. At 04:00 on November 10, the location of the storm center was about 13.1 degrees North; 111.8 degrees Kinh Dong, about 280km from the mainland of Quang Ngai-Khanh Hoa provinces to the East. The strongest wind near the center of strong storms level 10-11 (90-115km / hour), level 13.

Over the next 72 to 96 hours , the storm moved in the northwest-west direction, traveling every 10-15km, making landfall and weakening into a tropical depression. By 4 o'clock on 11/11, the location of tropical depression on the mainland of the Central Highlands provinces.

For the next 96 to 120 hours , the storm continued moving northwest and northwest into the mainland, then weakening into a low pressure area in northern Cambodia.

  • Tropical depression strengthened to No. 6, Nakri