Weather and hydro-meteorological conditions of Danang in 2013 and early 2014
07/05/2014 10:41:58

In the mid-central region in general and in Da Nang in particular, hydro-meteorological events in the rainy - storms - flood season of 2013 are different from the rule in previous years.

Danang was affected much by hurricanes or tropical cyclones, the most significant of which was typhoon no. 8 weakening into a tropical depression when approaching Thua Thien Hue – Danang coast after storms to the coast and Thua Thien Hue - Danang weakening into a tropical depression and landing on the southern part of Thua Thien Hue province; typhoon no. 11 (Nari) landing in the center of Quang Nam affected Danang, the wind tugging at level 9 or higher lasted  for 15 hours and caused heavy rain, the highest wind speed recorded at 36m/s in Cam Le district (level 12). In particular, super Haiyan typhoon did not hit the Central region but severely threatened when moving along the coast of Da Nang.

Trees fell on Yen Bai Street due to Nari typhoon (Source:
During the rainy season of 2013, the total rainfall for parts of Danang was slightly higher than the average of many years, heavy rainfall mainly concentrated September, October and November. In 2013, there were a number of days with intense rainfall, such as date August 19th with the rainfall from 200 - 360mm, date October 15th with the rainfall from 150 - 350mm, date November 16th with the rainfall from 280-450mm. However, at the end of the rainy season, the rainfall in Danang and the surrounding areas was deficient compared with the same period of previous years. Especially, there was no rain in Danang from January 30th to March 14th.
In late 2013 and early 2014, the northeast monsoon was stronger than the average of previous years, but the intensity was following the rule. However, from December 2013 to January 2014, many northeast monsoons occurred continuously, affecting the weather and distracting fishermen in Danang. During the flood season in 2013, there were 7 floods in most rivers of the Central Region, including 3 small floods and 4 large floods. In Danang, the flood peaked in mid-November, exceeding level 3 in Cam Le.
Hoa Vang District (Danang) was flooded in 2013 (Source:
In the early dry season of 2014, the flows of Vu Gia and other rivers in Danang declined sharply, the average flow of Cai River in Thanh My only reached 6% of annual average flow. As a result, downstream salinity intrusion was more intense than the average of the same period last years.
(Source: Final Report of flood and storm prevention and search and rescue in 2013 - Office of Danang Committee for Flood and Storm Prevention and Search and Rescue)                                                                                                    
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