Cambodia is being covered by low pressure and rainfalls from Nov. 26 until 28, according to the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology.
Spokesperson at the ministry H.E. Chan Yutha shared the forecast underlining that it is resulted by happening Typhon Usagi.
The storm influence, he added, came to Cambodia after passing Vietnam, and possibly brings flash floods in Phnom Penh capital and some provinces, including Kandal and Kampong Speu.
Rainfalls may get weak in the southern provinces by Nov. 27, but go on until Nov. 28 in Cambodia's northern areas.
The fallout of the storm can be good for farming, but may trouble fishing business, to which the government has issued safety notification.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press