About five storms to hit mainland from July to December

Sunday, 2019-06-16 16:31:58
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Up to five storms are forecast to directly impact Vietnam’s mainland from July to December this year. (Illustrative image: NCHMF)
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NDO/VNA – Among 10-12 storms or tropical low pressure forecast to hit East Sea, up to five are forecast to directly impact Vietnam’s mainland from July to December 2019, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF).

From July to October, average temperature nationwide will be 0.5-1C higher than the average in the same period of years.

The total rainfall in the north will be also 10-30 percent higher than the average from July to August.

Floods will also occur in the region from July to October. Flash floods and landslides are at high risk in the northwest.

Dry season in the central coastal and south central provinces is likely to last till August and September.

During July to December, water level in the northwest and northeast will be equivalent to the average years ago.

In the central and Central Highlands regions, there will be small floods from the late June to July.