Vietnam would face up to 13 storms this year, including several major ones, said an official from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. Vietnam would face up to 13 storms this year, including several major ones, said an official from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. According to Tran Hong Thai, head of the ministry’s Department of Meteorology and Hydrology, the northern and central region would see an on-year average temperature rise of 0.5-1.5 degrees centigrade this year. However, the scorching hot days will not last so long. Earlier, experts also warned that Vietnam would suffer the highest temperatures ever recorded in 2020. The country is predicted to experience increasing and complicated pattern of natural disasters this year due to the impact of global warming and melting of glaciers. Since earlier this year, abnormal weather events have been reported in different areas of the country, including unprecedented hailstorms in northern provinces in March. Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong said that never before had Vietnam seen such a violent hail with thunderstorms on lunar new year’s eve and on the first day of the lunar new year. So far this year, four big hail storms… Read full this story
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