Northern region braces for unseasonable floods, tropical depressions

Northern region braces for unseasonable floods, tropical depressions

The National Center for Hydrology Meteorology Forecasting warned that a tropical depression is forecast to trigger heavy rainfall in Northern Vietnam and unsafety for vessels in the Gulf of Tonkin and the northern territorial waters of the East Sea in the next two days.
Northern, Central regions experiencing extreme hot weather

Northern, Central regions experiencing extreme hot weather

The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center yesterday recorded a severe heat wave reaching 41oC in the Northern and Central regions. Due to heat absorption in city, the thermometer even showed 60oC in certain places of Hanoi.

 

Northern region suffering from intensified gelid cold

Northern region suffering from intensified gelid cold

According to the National Center for Hydrology Meteorology Forecasting, bone-chilling cold is covering most of the Northern region as temperature has reduced by an extra of 1-2 degrees Celsius as from January 11.

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Temperatures remain below 10 degrees Celsius in Northern region

The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center informed that temperatures in most parts of the Northern region have remained low at below 10 degrees Celsius, notably temperature in Lang Son province's Mau Son mountain peak has dropped down to 2.1 degrees Celsius.
Northern region sees much below normal temperature

Northern region sees much below normal temperature

The blast of cold air has swept across Northern Vietnam as of the afternoon on Saturday, triggering medium-heavy rains and chilling outbreak with average temperature of 14-17 degrees Celsius, even down to 10 degrees Celsius at nighttime, according to the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center. 
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Hanoi waiting for cooling rains to beat heat

A sudden thunderstorm yesterday afternoon occurred in the western part of Hanoi capital city which made local people wait for cooling raindrops to beat oppressively scorching temperature between 37 degrees Celsius and 40 degrees Celsius.