Mekong urged to deal with floods

Mekong urged to deal with floods

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting said water levels in Mekong River are forecast to peak at 4.6m – 4.8m at Tan Chau Station, 4.1m to 4.3m at Chau Doc Station, warning level two and three.
Peak season of dengue appears in Mekong delta

Peak season of dengue appears in Mekong delta

There were 45,600 cases of dengue nationwide in eight months and the disease killed 9 people, three of them are from the Mekong delta provinces of Ca Mau, An Giang and Tra Vinh, reported the health sector yesterday.

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

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 4.2m on September 25

Mekong water levels to peak at 4.2m on September 25

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting said The Mekong Delta’s floodwater is forecast to rise in the next three days and then reduce until September 20; on September 25 the water level is expected to rise quickly to peak at 4.2m.
Mekong flooding rising quickly to warning level two

Mekong flooding rising quickly to warning level two

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting said on August 28, the water level in Mekong River is rising. The water level will peak at 3.93m at Tan Chau Station on the Tien River on August 27, below warning level two at 0.07m; on the Hau River at Chau Doc Station at 3.47m.
The VN-Index has slipped from the 900 points level. (Photo: Thanh Tri)

Vietnam’s stock market drops dramatically because of US-China trade war

Since the peak on April 9 with the peaks of 1,204 points, VN-Index has evaporated nearly 300 points, equivalent to 25% decrease, equivalent to more than US$ 30 billion in just over two months and became the worst performing market in the world in the same period.

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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.