VOV.VN - Tropical storm Talas brought heavy rain to Hanoi in the afternoon of July 17th, causing traffic chaos in the city. Many streets were flooded as locals tried hard to get back home.
Despite a newly built US$550-million water drainage system, Hanoi streets are still inundated during heavy rains.
Torrential rain will continue in the northern mountainous region until July 15, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
VOV.VN - A downpour in Hanoi which lasted 3 hours on June 19 caused heavy traffic chaos. Many streets in Hoan Kiem, Dong Da and Thanh Xuan precincts were flooded.
Cool weather is likely to hit northern Vietnam thrice in the first half of May, only able to cause heavy rain, according to National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecast.
VOV.VN - Heavy rains caused chaos in Ho Chi Minh City on the morning of April 24 as many streets were in serve traffic congestion.
VOV.VN - Coffee prices in Dak Lak, the country’s largest coffee bean-growing province, stood at US$2.08-US$2.11 (VND47,300-VND48,000) per kg at the end of last week as stockpiles remain low.
Mekong Delta provinces, which just recovered from a historic drought a year ago, is bracing for more unfavorable weather.
VOV.VN - Heavy rains occurred in Ho Chi Minh City at 4:30pm on February 2 badly affecting local lives on the first working day after the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
Several parts of the country continued to experience heavy rains especially in the North and North East of Thailand.
The body of an eight-year-old boy who was washed down a sewer during heavy rain on October 16 in Binh Duong Province was found on October 18.
Prolonged heavy rain due to a tropical low pressure from October 14 - 15 inundated many streets and residential areas in the central provinces of Nghe An and Quang Binh.
Torrential rains and whirlwinds taking place on October 13 and 14 have caused severe damage for residents and production in the central provinces of Quang Tri and Thua Thien-Hue.
The choice of words has been questioned by Vietnamese officials and the company may be punished with a fine.
VOV.VN - Heavy rains occurred in Ho Chi Minh City from 2:00 to 10:00 a.m on Monday, October 3 badly affected local lives.
The need to accelerate flood-prevention projects has become more urgent than ever as HCM City mobilised workers and pumps to remove water from flooded streets following a historic downpour on September 26 evening that inundated the city.
A landslide triggered by heavy rain left two people dead and five others missing in Quy Chau district, central Nghe An province, which borders Nhu Xuan district, Thanh Hoa province, on early September 14.
The torrential rain on August 26 evening inundated Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City, affecting many flights from and to the southern metropolis.
VOV.VN - Tropical storm Dianmu has made landfall in northern Vietnam, cutting down trees, ripping roofs off buildings and forcing power outages, leaving thousands without electricity.
VOV.VN - Total rainfall has increased to even above 250 mm in some areas, according to the National Centre for Hydro – Meteorological Forecasting.