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Peak of hot season 2018 lasts from May to July

Environment

Peak of hot season 2018 lasts from May to July

The peak of this year’s hot season will fall in May, June and July, with temperature even reaching 40 Celsius degrees, according to Dr. Nguyen Phuc Lam, head of the Climate Forecast under the National Centre of Hydro-Meteorology Forecasting.

EVN Hanoi launches hotlines on power use

Society

EVN Hanoi launches hotlines on power use

The Electricity of Vietnam’s (EVN) Hanoi Power Corporation (EVN Hanoi) has launched 24 hour hotlines 042 2222000 and 19001288 to acquire feedback and queries about power use in the capital city.

Hot spell expected to end in next five days

Society

Hot spell expected to end in next five days

Hot spell is likely to continue across northern and central Vietnam in the next five days, with temperature hovering around 35–38 degrees Celsius and may touching 39–40 degrees Celsius in several mountainous locations.

Northern area experiences hot spell

Society

Northern area experiences hot spell

Hot weather will continue in northern and central provinces for some more days, with the average temperature hovering around 38 degrees Celsius, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF).

Northern, central provinces heat up

Society

Northern, central provinces heat up

Northern provinces experience hot weather from May 26, with temperature expected to hover near 35-37 degrees Celsius, while central provinces may touch 40 degrees Celsius.