(PLO)- Three consecutive days of heavy rain have caused many landslides, house collapses and even deaths in the northern mountainous provinces.
Hanoi and the provinces of the Northern Delta, extending across the Central region, are in a severe heat wave. However, in the past few days, the northern mountainous areas have continuously had rain, moderate rain, and heavy rain in some places.
Calculating the total rainfall in three days, from the evening of July 1 to July 4, the rainfall in Thuong Son (Ha Giang) is up to 308 mm, Nam Ty (Ha Giang) 288 mm, Ta Cu Ty (Lao Cai) 114 mm, Fabrication (Yen Bai) 199 mm, Dong Loi (Tuyen Quang) 152 mm, Boc Nhieu (Thai Nguyen) 216 mm…
Heavy rains for many days make the soil full of water, easily causing landslides and starting to cause damage in some localities.
According to information from the Standing Office of the National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, in Ha Giang, early this morning, 5-7, heavy rain caused landslides and collapsed houses, killing 2 people in Ngam Dang Vai village. 1, Ngam Dang Vai commune, Hoang Su Phi district.
The victims were husband and wife Mr. Ly Van Thang, born in 1962 and Mrs. Vang Thi Thuong, born in 1966.
In Thai Nguyen, a quick report from the Standing Office of the Provincial Steering Committee for Disaster Prevention and Control and Prevention, heavy rain from July 3 and 4 in the districts of Dai Tu, Dinh Hoa and Phu Luong caused 19 hectares of rice damage; some livestock and fish ponds were flooded; 2000m . landslide3 soil and rock on the inter-commune traffic route.
It is forecasted that day and night, the Northwest and Viet Bac areas will continue to have scattered showers and thunderstorms, with heavy rain locally with a rainfall of 20-40 mm, in some places over 60 mm, the time of thunderstorms will occur. focus on morning and night.
During thunderstorms, there is a possibility of tornadoes, lightning, hail and strong winds. Local heavy rains are likely to cause flooding in low-lying areas and the risk of flash floods and landslides in mountainous areas.
In order to minimize damage caused by natural disasters, the Standing Office of the National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control suggested relevant localities to implement the Prime Minister’s Official Dispatch No. , prevent landslides, ensure the safety of people’s lives and properties before and during the rainy season.
Provinces closely monitor disaster forecast and warning information to proactively implement response measures. In particular, the northern mountainous regions implemented Official Dispatch No. 246 of the Standing Office of the National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.
The South has the longest rain since the beginning of this year
(PLO)- It is forecasted that from 5-7 to 6-7 onwards, high-altitude disturbances will work well, causing heavy rain to return to the Southern region.