Tropical Storm Sinlaku Heads to Vietnam, Cambodia


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Following the rounds of tropical downpours across the Philippines, danger now aims for Vietnam and Cambodia as Tropical Storm Sinlaku moves inland.
After developing into a depression east of the Philippines and crossing over the islands with locally heavy rain, Tropical Storm Sinlaku recently…

Following the rounds of tropical downpours across the Philippines, danger now aims for Vietnam and Cambodia as Tropical Storm Sinlaku moves inland.

After developing into a depression east of the Philippines and crossing over the islands with locally heavy rain, Tropical Storm Sinlaku recently strengthened over the open waters of the South China Sea late last week. Landfall will occur in southeastern Vietnam Saturday night, local time, bringing flooding rainfall and strong winds.

The storm is expected to make a landfall near Quy Nhon. The small size of the storm will likely keep the gustiest winds near the coast. However, flooding downpours will continue into Cambodia as the system moves inland.

Due to interaction with land, Sinlaku will weaken rapidly to a tropical rainstorm as it moves over central Vietnam and into eastern Cambodia and by Sunday afternoon.

Flooding rain and mudslides will be the greatest threat across the region as rain totals of 75-150 mm (3-6 inches) will be common near the center of the storm. Isolated amounts over 200 mm (8 inches) are possible from southeastern Vietnam into eastern Cambodia.

Sinlaku is not the only tropical concern in the western Pacific Ocean.

A tropical wave currently bringing numerous showers and thunderstorms to the Philippines will move into the south China Sea this weekend and could bring another round of locally heavy rain to southern and central Vietnam early this coming week.

Although it may never strengthen into an organized tropical cyclone, it will bring renewed heavy rains to areas that are hit by Sinlaku, resulting in an elevated threat for flooding and mudslides.

Also this week, an area of low pressure is expected to become better organized while located to the southeast of Guam. AccuWeather.com meteorologists think that this will develop into the next tropical cyclone.

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