VOV.VN - A stretch of rainy days has come to an end and scorching summer heat has returned to northern region, with temperatures beginning to rise to 36 degrees Celsius or above.
VOV.VN - Torrential rain lashed the capital on the afternoon of July 20 to provide relief for local residents after experiencing soaring temperatures in recent days.
VOV.VN -With Hanoi enduring yet another heat wave, temperatures throughout the capital are forecast to rise to 39 degrees Celsius in the coming days.
VOV.VN - Hanoi was forced to endure a severe downpour on the morning of July 3, marking a brief pause to the recent hot spell and making the air cooler, although the rain did cause some issues for commuters on their morning drive to work and school.
VOV.VN - Regions throughout northern and central Vietnam, including Hanoi, continued to endure a hot spell for the second time this year with temperatures in some places reaching 42 degrees Celsius, while Ho Chi Minh City enjoyed weather up to six degrees Celsius cooler than the capital.
A new heat wave is forecast to hit the northern and central regions from June 22 – 24 and could push the temperature up to 42 degrees Celsius (107.6 degree Fahrenheit) in some areas.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s northern and central regions are expected to endure another hot period due to start from June 18, with temperatures climbing to over 37 degrees Celsius and ultraviolet (UV) levels posing threats to human health.
The heatwave scorching northern Vietnam since earlier this month is expected to linger until June 13 and may become the longest to have hit the region in 27 years.
VOV.VN - The daily lives of local people in Hanoi has been greatly affected by a hot spell lasting for several days, with the severe heat forcing many locals to find ways to protect themselves from the recent weather conditions.
VOV.VN - Localities throughout the north of the country, including Hanoi, have been enduring a major hot spell at the start of summer with temperatures reaching up to 40 degrees Celsius.
VOV.VN - Both northern and central regions of Vietnam are seeing the recent heat wave intensify with the scorching weather expected to last for an additional five to seven days and temperatures set to hit over 38 degrees Celsius, according to meteorologists.
VOV.VN - Another heat wave is sweeping across the northern and central regions of Vietnam, with temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius and UV levels hazardous to human health.
VOV.VN - Severe downpours and strong winds are predicted to hit the northern region and north-central parts of the country over the course of the next several days starting from May 23 following the conclusion of the recent heat wave, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked authorities in the central and Central Highlands regions to take action to deal with the prolonged heat wave, drought and saltwater intrusion.
VOV.VN - The majority of the country’s northern provinces, including Hanoi, have been hit by a major hot spell, with temperatures climbing to highs of 40 degrees Celsius.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is expected to have an extremely hot day on May 21 with temperatures sometime forecast to hit 42 degrees Celsius.
Amid a severe heat wave, consistently high UV levels have been threatening major Vietnamese cities, with the index jumping to 'dangerous level' this weekend.
VOV.VN - Provinces throughout the north of the country, including the capital Hanoi, have endured their first major hot spell of the summer with temperatures in some places reaching up to 37 degrees Celsius.
VOV.VN - A heat wave is expected to soon sweep through northern and central Vietnam next week, with temperatures jumping to 38-40 degrees Celsius, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
Scorching weather is expected to continue in Ho Chi Minh City in early May, with the highest temperature reaching 38 degrees Celsius.