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Hanoians struggle with heat


Temperatures in Hanoi in recent days exceeded 40 degree Celsius. To overcome the sweltering temperatures, each Hanoian had their own way of fighting the heat.




Vietnam counts cost of record heat wave


A heat wave settled over north and central Vietnam since March was affecting agriculture, power generation and health, officials said Friday.



Central provinces struggling with forest fires



Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh Province, where forest wardens are working around the clock to prevent forest fires (Photo: Vietnam Travel) Forest fires have increased at an a [ … ]

Severely thirsty Central Vietnam


Vietnam’s central coast, in particular the provinces from Thua Thien-Hue south to Quang Ngai, is enduring the worst drought in several decades.



July to see four more heat waves


Vietnam will see four more hot spells in July alone, though forecasters do expect temperatures go down a bit, Le Thanh Hai, deputy director of the National Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center [ … ]


Vietnam burning up, literally, at 48 Celsius



Mountain town residents take shelter from the sun and heat in a cave during a lunch break in Thanh Hoa Province (Photo: Thanh Nien)


Forest fires raged in Vietnam as temperatures skyrock [ … ]


Record hot weather sears northern, central regions


The severe hot weather that hit northern and central regions over the last few days begins to drop slightly today, July 7, although temperatures remain at highs of around 39 degree Celsius, accor [ … ]


Gov’t sets aside US $72 mil. for hydro-meteorological observatory system


 PM Nguyen Tan Dung lately agreed a plan to spend VND 1,391 billion (US $72.8 million) o­n bettering Vietnam’s hydro-meteorological forecast system in a three-year period.


Scorching heat to continue in Vietnam


Hot weather is forecast to continue in central and northern Vietnam this week, with temperatures reaching top 40oC.



Severe heat to continue in central and northern Vietnam


The sweltering weather will continue in the central and northern regions in the next four to five days with temperatures forecast to top 40-Celsius degrees.


Vietnam plans $68 mln in weather forecasting upgrades


The government has approved a VND1.3-trillion (US$68.2 million) project to improve Vietnam’s hydrometeorology observation network and forecast technology by 2012.



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