Typhoon Krosa entered the north-eastern area of the East Sea early on November 1 after sweeping across the Philippines’ Luzon island, becoming the 12 th storm so far this year.

With sustained winds of about 103-133 kilometres per hour (kph), it was spotted moving east-northeast towards Hoang Sa archipelago.

Over the next 24 hours, the typhoon will move between west and west-northwest at a slower speed of about 20 kph.

At 4 am on November 2, it will be about 460km east-northeast of Hoang Sa, packing winds of up to 133 kph.

Due to the storm, the north-eastern area of the East Sea will experience rough seas and strong winds.-VNA