THAILAND (CNN) -- Thai weather department issued warning of the impact of Typhoon Vicente which raged through Hong Kong injuring about 130 people.
The typhoon is being downgraded to the tropical cyclone as it made landfall over China's Guangdong province with sustained winds about 110 km/hr.
The Meteorological Department of Thailand says in its warning Tuesday that the cyclone is moving west with speed 20 km per hour and weakens respectively. It is expected to decline over upper Vietnam on Tuesday.
People in a wide area over upper Thailand are warned to exercise precaution as more rains and strong winds are expected.
Heavy rain hammered the northernmost province of Chiang Rai disrupting transport. Local officials urged people in risk area for possible landslides and flash floods.
In the northeast, weather office in Sakhon Nakhon province has closely monitored the storm. Torrential rains poured down throughout upper northeast Monday night. The office has also warned against travelling to China.
Vicente caused extensive disruptions to transportation with 136 flights cancelled, delayed or diverted Tuesday morning. But authorities said there were no reports of serious damage.