Prolonged hot weather with average temperatures of about 40 degree Celsius across the country in recent days have led to health problems.
The northern and central regions of Vietnam, including Hanoi, have been forecasted to continue experiencing scorching hot days next week.
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 - Vietnam is expected to have an extremely hot day on May 21 with temperatures sometime forecast to hit 42 degrees Celsius.
Scorching weather is expected to continue in Ho Chi Minh City in early May, with the highest temperature reaching 38 degrees Celsius.
VOV.VN - The National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF) has warned localities, particularly those located in the north and centre of the country, of a period of severe heat waves which are poised to start in April.
The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center issued a back- to- back heatwave warning in the Northern and Central regions in this weekend and the next week.
VOV.VN - A prolonged heat wave that has hit the capital city of Hanoi has greatly affected the daily lives of local people, forcing many to find ways of protecting themselves from the hot weather.
Ho Chi Minh City has reported a spike in electricity usage due to hot weather.
As the sun shines scorching bright, Saigon businesses are making hay, posting record sales and profits.
VOV.VN - With temperatures heating up in Ho Chi Minh City, many locals are coming up with ingenious ways to beat the heat.
Thousands of people in northern mountainous and central provinces have braved the severe hot weather to take part in blood donation events of the Red Journey campaign over the past days.
VOV.VN - In extremely hot weather, green spaces with a dense canopy of trees have become a paradise for Hanoians to take a rest and cool off in the shade.
VOV.VN - The current hot weather has temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius,causing difficulties in the daily lives of local residents in the capital city of Hanoi.
VOV.VN - Hanoi has become a sweltering cauldron of summer heat and locals are struggling to reorganise their days to avoid the worst of the daily high temperatures.
Many people are flocking to Hanoi’s West Lake to take a dip due to the capital’s extremely hot weather.
Peach blossoms are a flower typically used for decoration during the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival in Vietnam. However, this year, abnormally hot weather has made them bloom earlier than expected, worrying growers.
Hanoi authorities have said that sudden rain followed by hot weather was to blame for the 200 kilograms of fish that washed up dead in one of the capital's lakes last week.
VOV.VN -Around 330 kilometres from Hanoi, Cai Chien, a small island in the Hai Ha District of Quang Ninh Province, is considered an ideal place for visitors to escape the hot weather.