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South braces for thundery showers due to storm Choi-Wan

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A low-pressure trough connecting with the low-hot pressure zone from the west, the intensify of the southwest monsoon and the newly-formed storm Choi-Wan in the southwest of the Philippines' Luzon Island have resulted in thundery showers in the sea and mainland of Vietnam.
South braces for thundery showers due to storm Choi-Wan ảnh 1 (Illustrative photo:SGGP)
At noon of June 3, torrential downpours hit the Mekong Delta provinces and cities of Soc Trang, Tien Giang, Ben Tre, Kien Giang, Hau Giang, Tra Vinh, Can Tho and Long An on the large scale with average rainfalls of 20- 40 mm. 
According to the Southern Regional Meteorology and Hydrometeorology Station, storm Choi-Wan was centered at the southwest of the Philippines' Luzon Island with a maximum wind of up to 75 kilometers an hour. 

It is forecast that the storm will enter the East Sea and cause thundery showers and rough sea in the northern territorial waters of the East Sea.

By Quy Ngoc- Translated by Huyen Huong

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