Mekong water levels to peak at 4.05m on Sept 25: NCHMF

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF) yesterday issued in the next three days, water levels on Mekong River will continue to recede due to low tides and then rising up later on.

Mekong water levels to peak at 4.05m on Sept 25: NCHMF

On September 25, water levels will peak at 4.05m, Chau Doc Station will measure at 3.65m and Stations in downstream Mekong will be above warning levels one and two.

In the next days, water levels are forecast to rise slowly. On September 30, it will peak at 4.1m at Tan Chau Station, 3.7m at Chau Doc Station and the possibility of flooding in low-lying areas will be able to occur.

In order to ensure the safety of dyke systems in the Mekong Delta region and provinces Kien Giang, An Giang, Dong Thap, Long An, authorities should keep a close watch on the weather forecast situation and updated information from the center.

VAN PHUC –Translated by Van Ha

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