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Regenvorhersage as Myanmar on'Gelber Alarm'.
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MYANMAR does not seem to be affected by the crisis, but the state is on "yellow alert" for the danger of storms. Kyaw U Lwin Oo, head of the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology, said that rains are possible throughout the land, but especially in the deltas as a consequence of the near depressive.
"Rains are certainly anticipated in lower Myanmar, the coastal and deltas. Severe winds[are also expected] from 30 to 35 mph[ 48-56 kilometres] in the coast areas," he said. Kyaw Lwin Oo warned that different parts of the land could be struck by heavy storms, hailstorms and hailstorms as the pre-monsoon period progresses and creates instable circumstances.
The Myanmar coastline is also predicted to be harsh. Kyaw U Lwin Oo said the division will still use color coding as the crisis approaches and the general population needs to watch their pronouncements. "Orange " means that the storm's trail leads to the Myanmar shore.
"Red " indicates that the windstorm will hit Myanmar's coast within 12 hrs and "brown" means that the windstorm will hit. On May 16, the Hawaii-based Joint Typhoon Warning Center predicted that the windstorm's potential to develop into a major hurricane within the next 24 hrs would remain "medium".
Monsoons are scheduled to begin in the first weeks of June and continue until September, with lower Myanmar rainfall in Ayeyarwady, Bago, Tanintharyi and Yangon and the states of Kayin and Mon likely to be lower than the annual average. The Upper Sagaing region and the state of Kachin are likely to have more rainfall than normal against the current trends, especially in July and August.