Prolonged heatwave to hit Central region

Prolonged heatwave to hit Central region

The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center warned that the Central region would experience a long-lasting heatwave with a maximum temperature of up to 36 degrees Celsius in the next couple of days because of development and spread of a low-hot pressure zone. 
Path map of storm within the next 48 hours. (Photo: NCHMF)

Tropical depression develops into storm

At noon of August 1, a tropical low pressure system had developed into this year's second storm named internationally as Sinlaku.
(Illustrative photo: the General Department on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control)

Southern region to witness torrential downpours

The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center predicted heavy to extremely heavy rains in the Northern, North- Central, Central Highlands and Southern region at the end of this month and the beginning of August. 
(Illustrative photo:SGGP)

Uninterrupted downpour, thunderstorm drench HCMC, Southern region

The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center said that the first storm circulation along with a range of tropical convergence yesterday triggered medium- heavy downpours in some places of the Northern region such as the capital city of Hanoi and Hai Phong City, Bac Giang and Phu Tho provinces after the storm made landfall in Guangdong Province of China. 
A thunderstorm occurred in Ho Chi Minh City last week (Photo:Nguyen Quoc Anh)

Typhoon Nuri fuels Southwest monsoon

The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center reported that the first storm hitting the East Sea named Nuri this early morning approached around 130 kilometers from seashore of the southeastwards of Guangdong Province (China) with a maximum wind of level 8-11 near the center. 
The capital city of Hanoi experiences a record high of over 40 degrees Celsius

Hanoi records highest ever temperature

The Northern and Central provinces and cities are bracing for a long-lasting extreme hot wave with the record high temperature of over 40 degrees Celsius ever during the past 27 years, seriously harming to the health and quality of life.