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Peak of hot season 2018 lasts from May to July

The peak of this year’s hot season will fall in May, June and July, with temperature even reaching 40 Celsius degrees, according to Dr. Nguyen Phuc Lam, head of the Climate Forecast under the National Center of Hydro-Meteorology Forecasting.

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North and Central area hits 36 degree Celsius

According to the Meteorological Forecast Center, in May 1, the temperature in northern and the north central region of Vietnam will increase, the peak temperature reaches 31-34 degree C, some places of northwest region and western mountainous zone from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien-Hue reach 36 degree C.

Frost appears in Fansipan mountain peak (Photo:VNA)

Frost covers Fansipan mountain peak

According to the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center, frost and damaged cold have appeared in the country’s highest peak of Fansipan mountain and the northern mountainous areas as the temperature dropped down below zero degree Celsius.  
Medical workers warn re-emergence of measles

Medical workers warn re-emergence of measles

Medical workers warned the re-emergence of measles because of its peak of three-five year period after Ho Chi Minh City Department of Preventive Medicine affirmed three cases of measles in two past weeks

An investor follows transactions at Saigon Securities Inc (SSI) in Hanoi (Photo: VNS)

Banks stock drive VN-Index over peak

A huge cash flow into banking and securities shares in the final minutes of Tuesday’s session on the local stock exchanges drove shares up, with the VN-Index finally exceeding the short-term peak of 1,130 points.
Spiritual and cultural complex on Fansipan Peak

Spiritual and cultural complex on Fansipan Peak opens

The Central Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) on January 30 held a requiem for national peace and people’s prosperity in 2018, and an inauguration ceremony of a spiritual and cultural complex on Fansipan Peak in Sapa Town, the northern Lao Cai province.
Frost & glacial ice occur in Lang Son

Frost & glacial ice occur in Lang Son

A massive cold air yesterday spread out and operated stronger, causing the appearance of frost in the Mau Son mountainous peak, Lang Son province.