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Parts of Laos are expected to get a lot of rain this week.


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This week, heavy rain and thunderstorms are expected in certain parts of the country, causing flooding and landslides.

 

Residents in central and southern districts, including Vientiane Capital, were warned yesterday by the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology of heavy rains and storms.

 

The southwest monsoon would strengthen, bringing rain, thunderstorms, and strong gusts to portions of the country, according to the warning.

 

From September 2 to 5, rain and storms are expected in several parts of Laos, according to the report.

 

The Xedon, Xebanghieng, and Xekong rivers, among others, have marginally increased in the southern provinces.

 

Temperatures will range from 21 to 34 degrees Celsius in the central and western provinces, while temperatures in the southern regions will drop to 34 degrees.

 

On the 4th and 5th of September, Vientiane Capital will have lows of 24 degrees and highs of up to 33 degrees, as well as heavy rain and storms.

 

Meanwhile, authorities across the country have cautioned residents to be wary of harsh weather and to plan to relocate their family and belongings in the event of a flood or landslide.

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