Heavy rains inundate thousands of houses in Quy Nhon City

Heavy rains inundate thousands of houses in Quy Nhon City

After a heavy rain lasting from the night of November 19 to November 20, thousands of houses in Ghenh Rang Ward in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province, were submerged in water. Many places were flooded from 1m to nearly 2m under the water. Local authorities have asked for assistance from the police, army, border guards, and militia to support people in flooded areas.
Isolated thunderstorms forecasted for Central Highlands, Southern region

Isolated thunderstorms forecasted for Central Highlands, Southern region

According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, the Central, South Central regions, and the Central Highlands will have isolated showers and thunderstorms, with heavy rain in some places with a rainfall of 20-40mm and over 70mm in some places on the night of November 13 and the day of November 14.
Three dead and missing, thousands of houses damaged in aftermath of typhoon Noru

Three dead and missing, thousands of houses damaged in aftermath of typhoon Noru

According to the General Department of Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, by the end of September 29, two people died, one went missing due to heavy rains and floods in the aftermath of typhoon Noru in the Central region of Vietnam. In addition, 62 were injured, and thousands of houses and thousands of hectares of agricultural land were damaged.
Many places isolated, flooded after Storm Noru's landing

Many places isolated, flooded after Storm Noru's landing

Many roads in Dak Glei District were eroded by Storm Noru, causing many residential areas to be isolated. Currently, two communes with more than 4,000 people are still unreachable due to road landslides.
Prolonged spells of heavy rains to continue over localities nationwide

Prolonged spells of heavy rains to continue over localities nationwide

The National Center for Hydrology Meteorology Forecasting said that spells of thundery showers and prolonged downpours swept through the Northern region, the North-Central provines of Thanh Hoa and Nghe An, the Central Highlands and Southern regions from last night throughout this morning. 
With too much rainfall this year, Hanoi continuously experiences urban flooding in May and June

Vietnam to witness unusual, extreme weather till year end

The weather in Vietnam and well as in other places in the world has become more unpredictable and extreme due to climate change. Centers for Hydrometeorological Forecasting have forecast increasing rainfall, flooding, and storms in the country until the end of this year.