North Vietnam faces heavy rain until August 6

(VNF) – After days of suffocating heat, the northern region will have rains and rainstorm, starting from now on to August 6, the National Centre for Hydrometeorology Forecast Central says.

(VNF) – After days of suffocating heat, the northern region will have rains and rainstorm, starting from now on to August 6, the National Centre for Hydrometeorology Forecast Central says.

North Vietnam faces heavy rain until August 6

Hanoi will have heavy rainfall (source: dantri)

The northern region already has random moderate and heavy rains from July 31 with 30-60mm of average rainfall. The rainfall is highest in Muong Te District, Lai Chau Province with 81mm, Hoa Binh City with 104mm and Ba Vi District, Hanoi with 87mm.

Due to low pressure and tropical disturbance, more rain will fall on the north from August 2 to 6. Some locations will have random rains during the day and heavy and torrential rains at night including Hanoi.

The region will face strong wind and the temperature is forecast to be between 24 - 32 degrees.

People living in the mountainous area advised to stay alerted in this week (source: NDO)

Small rivers and streams and nearby area in the mountainous provinces of the North will face high risk of flood, landslide.

The Central Steering Committee of Natural Disasters Preventation and control has requested provincial Committee for Flood and Storm Control and Prevention, Search and Rescue, to keep close watch of the weather pattern and timely informing local authorities and residents, particularly in remote areas, operators of water vehicles, investors in work-in-process structures to adopt safety measures.

The Committee also urged local relevant agencies to examine the regions with high risk of flood and landslide, warning residents living near river, stream to re-locate for safety of life and property./.

( VNF )

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