Surging high tide to cause flooding in HCMC

Low-lying areas in Ho Chi Minh City will be flooded early mornings and late afternoons for the next few days because of a surging high tide, according to the National Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center.

Low-lying areas in HCMC will be flooded for the next few days from a surging high tide (Photo: SGGP)

The center said that the weather in Ho Chi Minh City will remain sunny with temperatures fluctuating between 33-34 degrees celsius.

High tide will also surge in the lower reaches of the Mekong River. By December 3, high tide levels will reach 1.8m at Tan Chau Station and 1.75m at Chau Doc Station.

In related news, the cold front has brought in rain and cold weather in the entire northern region and also affected the central region. A new cold front will slam the northern region by December 5.

By Phuc Van – Translated by Hai Mien

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