The graphs provided below gives an in-depth glance towards a 14-year summary of past typhoon paths that are likely to affect the coastline of Vietnam. This helps to predict the circumstances in which typhoon swell in Vietnam. The year-by-year summary shows how many typhoons have approached or have reached the land along the Vietnamese coast. It also shows which years are good years to experience the typhoon swell. Whereas the monthly summary shows the seasonal typhoon track trends and frequency of typhoon occurrence. From this monthly data, we can read that the probability of typhoon swell is higher during the summer and autumn seasons in Vietnam.
Typhoon path map in South China Sea, by year (2020 – 2007)
Typhoon path map in South China Sea, by month (2020 – 2007)
Source: Japan Meteorological Agency｜Typhoon route maphttps://www.data.jma.go.jp/yoho/typhoon/route_map/index.html