At least two people were reported dead in Quang Ninh and Hoa Binh provinces in the afternoon on August 3 after heavy rain triggered flooding following the circulation of storm Sinlaku hit and marooned many places in the Northern and North Central region.
By the evening of July 21, five people died including three kids and two people were injured when torrential rain and flash flood have been sweeping through the Northern mountainous province of Ha Giang.
The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center has just warned medium-heavy downpour, thunderstorm along with huge risk of whirlwind, hail, lightning and cyclone across the Southern and Central Highlands regions within the next ten days.
According to the latest weather news from the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center this morning, heavy downpours and thunderstorms broke out across the Northern and Southern coastal regions while a 39-degree Celsius heat wave maintains in the Central region.
Indonesia has issued a 14-day state of emergency to cope with the heavy consequences of flash floods and landslide triggered by torrential rain in the eastern province of Papua, as fatalities have climbed to 77 on March 18.