Last update: 23:44 | 03/09/2017
The National Centre for Hydrometeorogical Forecasting warned that two or four storms and low pressures will arise in the East Sea in September, and one or two of which may affect the country’s mainland, especially the central region.
The Central Highlands and southern regions will experience a rainfall equal to the average level in many years.
The centre predicted that some dangerous weather conditions such as storm, whirlwind and strong wind may influence the whole nation, including areas in the East Sea.
The temperature through the month is forecast to be 0.5 to 1 Celsius degree higher than the average temperature in many years.
Total rainfall in the northern and north central regions will be higher than the same period in many years by 15 to 30 percent, while that in the Central Highlands and southern regions will be the same level in many years.