Torrential rain and heavy floods over the weekend have caused almost damage worth almost a half million USD to northern mountainous provinces.
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 - 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.
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 - A deluge of rain hit Hanoi late on May 13, causing plenty of disorder for commuters whilst also serving to reduce the amount of air pollution in the capital’s atmosphere.
VOV.VN - Torrential rain which swept through Hanoi on the morning of May 12 caused a number of severe traffic jams to form across the capital.
Heavy rains and whirlwinds killed one person and injured eight others in the northern midland province of Phu Tho from May 8 night to early May 9.
VOV.VN - With Hanoi being hit by a sudden downpour of rain early in the morning on September 19, many of the capital’s streets were left severely flooded, causing major difficulties for residents commuting to work or school.
VOV.VN - People throughout the north of the country were forced to endure a prolonged period of heavy downpours from September 9 to 10, resulting in rising water levels which caused severe difficulties in the daily lives of residents.
VOV.VN -Hordes of people left the capital of Hanoi amid heavy rain on the afternoon of August 30 to return to their hometowns to enjoy the National Day celebrations.
VOV.VN - A heavy downpour that hit Hanoi on the morning of August 21 caused severe traffic congestion on many streets across the capital.
Heavy and prolonged rains have claimed five lives and caused economic losses totaling 135 billion VND (over 5.8 million USD) in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong, according to the provincial Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention, Search and Rescue.
VOV.VN - Provinces throughout the central highlands suffered from a prolonged period of heavy downpours from August 6-8, resulting in rising water levels and causing severe difficulties for local residents.
VOV.VN -Co To island has seen 307 tourists become stranded as ships were requested to pause operation on August 1 by authorities in the northern province of Quang Ninh.
VOV.VN -Vietnamese tourists have been warned against travelling to Nepal in the next three months due to safety issues caused by torrential monsoon rains and landslides.
Northern and central localities on July 4 were asked to stay ready to deal with possible heavy rains, flash flood and landslides, although typhoon Mun, the second arising in the East Sea so far this year, has weakened into a tropical depression.
VOV.VN - The people of Hanoi faced the inconvenience of heavy showers caused by typhoon Mun, the second arising to come from the East Sea so far this year.
Downpour and floods since June 23 left one person dead and three others missing in the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau as of 6am of June 25, said the Office of the Central Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.
VOV.VN - Residents in Hanoi were faced with the inconvenience of heavy rain on the morning of June 24, caused by the recent spell of extreme heat.
Heavy rainfall is expected to continue in the northern region and the central province of Thanh Hoa over the weekend, the National Hydro-Meteorological Forecast Centre has warned.