People should prepare to move their belongings and animals to safe places in the event of flooding and should keep track of weather forecasts in the coming days.Read more
Thunderstorms accompanied by heavy rain and gusting winds will pass over Laos from September 23-26, putting some provinces at risk of flooding and landslidesRead more
Many villages in at least two provnces of Luang Namtha and Luang Prabang provinces are suffering from flooding following torrential rain in recent days, according to local media.Read more
Thousands of people in many provinces are suffering from flash floods after heavy rain in recent days has inundated their communities.Read more
Heavy rain and gusting winds will continue throughout Laos until June 14 and flooding and landslides are possible in all areas of the country, the Meteorology and Hydrology Department has warned.Read more
Many villages along the Xepon and Xebanghieng Rivers in Savannakhet province have been hit by flooding following heavy rainRead more
Weather forecasters have warned many provinces to anticipate flooding tomorrow (Saturday), especially Borikhamxay province, as the Mekong is expected to rise above the designated warning level.
According to a warning posted yesterday on the Meteorology and Hydrology Department’s website, the Mekong is rising rapidly following prolonged heavy rainfall.
The official danger level in Vientiane is 12.50 metres and although the river had reached …..
The Vientiane Urban Development and Administration Authority is currently working hard to clear drainage channels and storm water drains around the city in order to prevent further flash flooding during the wet season.
Every year when the rainy season arrives a number of main roads around Vientiane are blighted by flash flooding, which causes extensive damage to the properties of people who ….