The Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said on Monday that in addition to a typhoon approaching Taiwan, another two tropical depressions are forming at sea, and could develop into tropical storms, with one having no effect on Taiwan, and the other's effect still unknown.
The CWB said that one tropical depression is currently in the South China Sea and is moving in a west northwesterly direction at a speed of 15 kilometers per hour. After it develops into a tropical storm, it will move toward Indochina, and will not come to Taiwan, the Bureau said.
Another tropical depression is located in waters west of Guam, and moving in a west northwesterly direction at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour. As of Monday, it is located at more than 2,000 kilometers from Taiwan and its impact on the island remains to be seen, the CWB said.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel