Typhoon number 2 (Nida)

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At 2pm on July 30, the tropical low pressure’s centre was at 15 degrees north latitude and 126,1 degrees east longitude, about 540 km from the Luzon island to the east southeast. The strongest wind speeds near the center of the tropical low pressure is level 7 (50-60km per hour), gusting 8-9.

At 8pm on July 30, the typhoon’s centre was at 16,5 degrees north latitude and 124,8 degrees east longitude, about 300 km from the Luzon island to the east. The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 8-9 (60-90km per hour), gusting 10-11

At 2pm on July 31, the typhoon’s centre was at 18,1 degrees north latitude and 122,2 degrees east longitude, in the north of Luzon island of the Philippines. The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 10 (90-100km per hour), gusting 11-12

At 8pm on July 31, the typhoon’s centre was at 18,7 degrees north latitude and 121,2 degrees east longitude, in the north of Luzon island of the Philippines. The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 11 (105-120km per hour), gusting 13-14

At 8am on August 1, the typhoon’s centre was at 20,1 degrees north latitude and 118,9 degrees east longitude, about 560 km southeast of Hong Kong (China). The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 11 (105-120km per hour), gusting 13-14

At 10am on August 1, the typhoon’s centre was at 20,4 degrees north latitude and 118,5 degrees east longitude, about 500 km east southeast of Hong Kong (China). The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 11 (105-135km per hour), gusting 14-15

At 2pm on August 1, the typhoon’s centre was at 20,9 degrees north latitude and 117,7 degrees east longitude, about 400 km east southeast of Hong Kong (China). The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 11-12 (105-135km per hour), gusting 14-15

At 8pm on August 1, the typhoon’s centre was at 21,9 degrees north latitude and 116,1 degrees east longitude, about 240 km east southeast of Hong Kong (China). The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 12-13 (120-150km per hour), gusting 15-16

At 7am on August 2, the typhoon’s centre was at 22,7 degrees north latitude and 113,6 degrees east longitude, on the southeast region of Guangdong Province. The strongest wind speeds near the center of the typhoon is level 10 (90-100km per hour), gusting 12-13.

At 10am on August 2, the typhoon’s centre was at 23,1 degrees north latitude and 113,2 degrees east longitude, on the southeast region of Guangdong Province. The strongest wind speed near the center of the typhoon is level 8-9 (60-90km per hour), gusting 11-12

At 1pm on August 2, the typhoon’s centre was at 23,5 degrees north latitude and 112,5 degrees east longitude on the southwestern region of Guangdong Province. The strongest wind speed near the center of the typhoon is level 8 (60-75km per hour), gusting 9-10

Within next 12 hours, the typhoon moves west-northwest with speed of 25 km per hour and weakening into a tropical low pressure. To 1am on August 3, its centre would be at 24,5 degrees north latitude and 110,0 degrees east longitude on the mainland of Guangxi province. The strongest wind speed near the center of the typhoon is level 6 (40-50 km per hour), gusting 7-8. Gulf of Tonkin will be suffered by medium- heavy rain, thunderstorm and level 6- 7 wind speed

Forecast for the next 12 to 24 hours, the tropical low pressure moves west with speed of 15-20 km per hour and weakening into a tropical low pressure on the mainland of Guangxi province. The strongest winds fell below level 6 (under 40km per hour).

From August 2-4, medium- heavy rain will occur in the east northern provinces, the mountainous and midland northern provinces with its rainfall of 100- 250 mm.

Because of the southwestern monsoon’s influence, the offshore of territorial water from Binh Thuan to Ca Mau and Spratly Islands will have strong wind of level 7-8 and sea rough. Both Central Highlands and the southern regions also will suffer medium- heavy rains.


(Source: The National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting)

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Start time: 29/07/2016
Latitude: 15
Longitude: 126,1
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The highest level of typhoon: 0
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