Torrential Rains and Floods in Central Vietnam in December 2018

The new spell of northerly winds started having its effects in the Central Region of Vietnam from 7December2018. The northerly winds met with the southeasterly winds on high altitudes caused unusually heavy rains from Thanh Hoa to Binh Dinh with rainfalls between 300-400mm and up to over 800-900mm in some places (Cam Le, Ba Na, Binh Phu, Thang Binh... in Quang Nam and Da Nang). Floods are rampant throughout the region; Dong Ha (Quang Tri), Da Nang and Quang Nam are to suffer the worst.

Vietnam Weather in November 2018

In North Vietnam, November is autumn. November 2018 the North of Vietnam experienced the first week with wet weather conditions. Then, it was mostly sunny throughout the month. There was a new spell of winter monsoon to the North in the third week of November. The temperatures were 16-29oC in the lowlands and 14-26oC in the mountains.

Toragi, Tropical Storm No.8 which hits Vietnam in 2018

17November2018 The tropical depression has strengthened to be typhoon.

  • 18:00 the typhoon is 240km east of Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan Provinces packing sustained winds of 65-70kph. The projected path in the next 24 hours is wsw. Heavy rains may be found in South Central Coast, the Central Highlands and in South Vietnam.

Vietnam Weather in October 2018

In North Vietnam, October is autumn. In October 2018 there were successive spells of winter monsoon at the beginning of the month and in the middle of the month which made the temperatures drop sharply. There were rains which accompanied the monsoons for 2-4 days each time. For most of the month the North has enjoyed sunny weather, breezy and chilly. The temperatures in the Northeast were from 12-27oC, in the Northwest 15-28oC, and 16-29 in the Red River Delta and the surrounding regions.

Vietnam Weather in September 2018

In North Vietnam, September is autumn in North Vietnam during which there are possible typhoons and tropical depressions. There are chances that it rains a few days during the time of a tropical storms or tropical depressions.

Super Typhoon (Mangkhut), Tropical Storm No. 6 in Vietnam in 2018

13-September-2018: Mangkhut is 830km east south-east of Luzon (The Philippines). The Super Typhoon carries sustained winds of 200-230km/h and is heading west northwest. The question where Mangkhut is making landfall remains unclear for now.

Typhoon No.5 in Vietnam in 2018 (Barijat)

11Sept2018: Tropical depression is strengthening to be a tropical storm, a typhoon - Barijat, the 5th tropical storm which hits Vietnam in 2018. At the same time, another already formed typhoon Mangkhut in the northwest of the Pacific Ocean is to strengthen to be a Super Typhoon which may barrel towards the North of the East Vietnam Sea in the next 4 days.

Vietnam Weather in August 2018

In North Vietnam, August is middle of the rainy and typhoon season. In August 2018, the 4th typhoon, which lessened to be a tropical depression when hitting the coast, caused heavy rains the North East, North West and North of the Central Region of Vietnam. Floods were found at Phu Tho, Son La, Yen Bai.

4th typhoon to hit Vietnam in 2018 - Bebinca

The 4th typhoon to hit Vietnam in 2018 - Bebinca is expected to come into the Gulf of Tonkin in the morning of 16August2018 and to hit the coast of North Vietnam from Quang Ninh to Nam Dinh in the early morning of 17August2018. Heavy rains are expected in the North and the north of the Central Region of Vietnam from the night of 16August2018.

Floods in the North & North of the Central Region of Vietnam

Due to heavy rains in northern Vietnam and north of the Central Regions of Vietnam from 13-July-2018, there have been floods in Quang Ninh, Phu Tho, Yen Bai, Lao Cai, Hoa Binh, Son La, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh. Travelers to theses provinces now should exercise care and it is recommended to check with local travel agencies and tour operators for latest updates on the weather and road conditions.

Floods in the Far North of Vietnam-June2018

Due to heavy rains from 22-25June2018 in the far nothern mountains of Vietnam, there have been devastating flash floods and landslides in the region: Ha Giang, Lai Chau and Lao Cai. Traffic has been obstructed for several hours. Traveling in the region is not recommended at the moment.