Hot spell hits central, north

Hot spell hits central, north

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting said starting June 13, the large-scale hot spell is forecast to hit the central region.
Hot spell continues challenging records across North Vietnam (Photo: SGGP)

Hot spell continues challenging records across North Vietnam

Scorching heat will continue to bake in the North and some central provinces in Vietnam with temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Celsius at some places from June 3 to 5, the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF) said.
July to see four more heat waves

July to see four more heat waves

Vietnam will see four more hot spells in July alone, though forecasters do expect temperatures go down a bit, Le Thanh Hai, deputy director of the National Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center, said on July 7.
Latest heat wave overwhelms country

Latest heat wave overwhelms country

Meteorologists say it is going to be especially hot in Vietnam again this week, as a new hot spell from the west is due to move through the country, beginning Monday.
South to see hot national holidays

South to see hot national holidays

A hot low pressure zone from the west is set to move in the southeast region, causing a hot spell during the Reunification Day (April 30) and May Day holidays in the area, the National Hydro Meteorological Forecast Center has said.
Weather looks to cool as rain rolls in

Weather looks to cool as rain rolls in

After a long hot spell, Vietnam will see temperatures cool over the weekend as showers and thunderstorms are forecast across the country, National Hydro Meteorological Forecast Center has said.
Prolonged hot spell threatens crops

Prolonged hot spell threatens crops

A prolonged hot spell in the Central region is threatening summer-autumn rice crops, with thousands of hectares of rice vulnerable to high temperatures, which have been reaching between 36 to 39 degrees Celsius during last three weeks.
Northerners swelter under hot spell

Northerners swelter under hot spell

Temperatures in the North have increased three to four degrees Celsius over recent days, with top temperatures of 38 degrees on April 18, said the National Hydro-meteorological Forecast Center.