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Flooding threatens Primorsky Krai

Flooding threatens Primorsky Krai
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In Primorye, typhoon Krosa is approaching. It will have a strong impact on the weather in the region. On the night of August 16, the typhoon will move to the Sea of ​​Japan, but weather forecasters cannot say exactly where it will go next.

If the whirlwind moves north and on August 18 ends up in the territory of the region, intense rain will fall on the region. This is the worst case scenario - high flood risk.

According to another version of the local meteorological center, a typhoon, going to the coast of Primorye, will turn to the northeast and go into the Sea of ​​Okhotsk. Then heavy precipitation will take place in the east of the region, in the rest of the territory there will be much less.

If the whirlwind over the central part of the Sea of ​​Japan turns to the northeast, towards the island of Hokkaido, then Primorsky Krai will experience heavy precipitation. Despite this, the region remains in danger of heavy rains due to the passage of typhoon lekima.