High tide causes street flood in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

Floodwater continues rising in south, cold spell enters north

Floodwater in the lower reaches of Mekong and Saigon rivers will continue rising because of high tide, expected to reach its highest level on October 10 and 11, said National Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center.
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.
North & Central experience cold wave

North & Central experience cold wave

Tomorrow September 7, a cold wave is forecast to hit the northern mountainous region then being spread out to the north central region and several areas cross the central central region, said the National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting this morning.
Mekong floodwaters rising: NCHMF

Mekong floodwaters rising: NCHMF

Floodwaters in the Mekong Delta region at the stations in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia are rising, said the National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting yesterday.
Mekong region prepares for early season flooding

Mekong region prepares for early season flooding

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting yesterday said the water level upstream of the Mekong River is rising quickly and the possibility of flooding will hit lowland areas of provinces of An Giang, Dong Thap and Long An.
Mekong farmers urged summer-autumn rice harvest

Mekong farmers urged summer-autumn rice harvest

Due to the week-long heavy rains accompanied by the Sepien Senamnoy dam collapse in Laos’ Attapeu province caused floodwaters in the upper section of the Mekong River are coming earlier and higher than previous years.