Floodwater starts to rise in riverbanks and streams, causing flooding in low-lying localities

Storm Etau makes landfall, devastates Central provinces

After making landfall in Central coastal provinces between Binh Dinh and Ninh Thuan this monring, Storm Etau has started devastating houses, uprooting trees, triggering heavy rain and flooding in many places.

 

Flood dead toll rises to eight in Quang Binh Province

Flood dead toll rises to eight in Quang Binh Province

Flood death toll rose to eight and 44 others were injured as storm Linfa and Nangka dumped prolonged torrential downpours in the Central province of Quang Binh, according to the Provincial Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, Search and Rescue. 
Waist-deep flood inundates houses in Quang Binh Province

Floodwater inundates 100,000 houses in Quang Binh Province

The Provincial Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control informed that flooding has worsened in the Central province of Quang Binh over last week when prolonged torrential downpours have caused waist-deep floods in the most parts of districts and Dong Hoi City.
At least 63 deaths and missing under the floodwater

Floodwater in Central region leaves at least 63 deaths

According to a report of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, at least 63 victims in Vietnam’s central provinces were washed away by floodwater following prolonged torrential downpours by the morning of October 16.
Many vehicles suffer from engine failure in the water.

Floodwater raising in central region

A long- lasting heavy rains suddenly drenched provinces and cities from Nghe An to Phu Yen with an average rainfall of 100- 150 mm on December 7-9, according to the latest weather news from the mid- central region’s hydrology meteorology forecast center.
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.