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Tropical storm “LIONROCK” that may make landfall in Vietnam today has something in store for Thailand

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The weather will turn stormy again next week, at least if we are to believe the Thai Meteorological Department, which announced this Saturday morning that strong southwest monsoons had swept the Andaman Sea, the Gulf of Thailand and the country itself. Nevertheless, the majority of Thailand is expected to receive a decrease in rainfall, but the south continues to face heavy isolated rain.

Tropical Storm “LIONROCK” is expected to make landfall over northern Vietnam today or tomorrow at the latest, raising the risk of rain next week.

The warning was that people in the high-risk areas should beware of serious conditions that could lead to flash floods and

landslides.

Waves in the Andaman Sea are expected to be 2-3 meters high and more than 3 meters high in areas with thunderstorms. All ships should exercise caution and ward off thunderstorms, while small boats should remain ashore.

The department also mentioned that Tropical Storm “LIONROCK” over the South China Sea and southeast of Haikou, China, is expected to make landfall over northern Vietnam Oct. 10-11.

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