(VOV) - Cold weather along with bands of medium to heavy rains has swept through most of northern Vietnam with temperatures plummeting to near zero in several mountainous areas.
(VOV) -Localities in northern mountainous provinces have instructed farmers to protect their cattle from the ongoing cold spell, which is forecast to last until late this week.
(VOV) -The northern and north-central regions are suffering a developing heat wave before experiencing a cold spell in a couple of days, according to central weather experts.
(VOV) - A hailstorm hit Tua Chua township of the northern mountain province of Dien Bien, on March 21, causing damages to agricultural production.
(VOV) - Several mountainous localities are expected to be covered in frost in the coming days as a strong cold spell is striking the northern region.
(VOV) - The northern and north central region will continue to suffer from a cold snap in the next three days, according to the National Hydro-Meteorological Forecast Centre.
(VOV) - The weakening cold spell caused the temperature in the northern highland resort town of Sapa in Lao Cai province to drop to 10 degrees Celsius on October 13.
(VOV) -The cold spell will hit most Northeastern, Northern, Northwestern and some Central provinces on the evening on August 8 and move further to the south.
Temperatures of around 10 Celsius degrees have been associated with a higher-than-usual number of elderly people and children requiring treatment for respiratory and cardiovascular-related diseases in recent days, doctors say.
(VOV) - O Quy Ho Hill in the northern mountain town of Sapa has been entirely coated in a thick layer of frost after a strong cold spell hit the region.
(VOV) - Thousands of local people have been ordered to move to higher ground as a tropical low pressure system is heading for the southern coast.
More than 4,500 houses and offices had their roofs torn off or sustained other damage when whirlwinds and hailstorms caused by a late cold spell hit northern mountain provinces on April 20.
There have been some fatalities caused by the A/H5N1 virus and meningococcus along with an increase in patients with heart and lung problems in the first days of 2012.
A cold spell is forecast to hit Vietnam’s northern provinces on January 30 (the eighth day of the Lunar New Year).
A cold spell is forecast to strike the northern region on January 21-22, two days ahead of the traditional lunar New Year holiday, according to a leading weather expert.
Several cold spells are forecast to hit the northern region from now until the traditional lunar New Year festival (Tet), according to the central weather bureau.
A strong cold spell caused the temperature to drop to a record low of 1oC in the northern tourist resort city of Sapa in Lao Cai province on December 11, according to local meteorological stations.
Temperatures are forecast to drop by 8 degrees Celsius on average when a strong cold spell will affect the northern region on December 1, according to hydro-meteorological experts.
A cold spell has spread across the northern region, causing temperatures to drop sharply in mountain areas.
A cold spell is moving towards the north and is expected to affect northern provinces on November 8, say weather forecasters.