Six tropical storms are lined up along the East-Asian coastline in a group of weather patterns which resemble something from the film "The Day After Tomorrow"
It started in Japan a few weeks ago when torrential rain killed more than 200, more than 8 million people were advised or urged to evacuate across 23 prefectures, caused by Typhoon Prapiroon.
The floods were followed by a deadly heatwave killing a further 50.
More than 8 million people were advised or urged to evacuate across 23 prefectures.
Yesterday Vietnam news declared tropical storm Son Tinh has killed 20 people, left 16 missing and injured 14 in Vietnam.
Floods triggered by heavy rains hit northern Vietnam after Son Tinh made landfall in northern coastal areas on Thursday, while the capital Hanoi was flooded and lashed by torrential rains.
More than 5000 houses were damaged, swept away, submerged or collapsed, around 82,000 hectares of crops were damaged and nearly 17,000 animals were killed nationwide, the Vietnam National Committee for Search and Rescue said in a report on Saturday.
and tomorrow tropical Storm Ampil will unleash gusty winds and heavy rainfall across eastern China. Ampil, currently a severe tropical storm, tracked over Japan's Ryukyu Islands on Saturday.
According to AccuWeather.com, Rainfall amounts of 100-200 mm (4-8 inches) are expected with local amounts up to 300 mm (12 inches).
Several hours with wind gusts of 80-100 km/h (50-62 mph) are expected near and just north of Ampil's track.
This includes the Shanghai area.
Coastal locations near and north of the landfall point will also be at risk for dangerous storm-surge flooding.