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Rains decrease in southern Vietnam, northern provinces remain cold

Rains decrease in southern Vietnam, northern provinces remain cold

Monday, November 07, 2022, 11:36 GMT+7
Rains decrease in southern Vietnam, northern provinces remain cold
People travel in cold weather along a street in Hanoi. Photo: Nam Tran / Tuoi Tre

Rains in southern Vietnam are forecast to decrease in intensity starting Monday, while northern provinces will experience cold weather over the next few days.

As of Monday morning, a trough and other elements that caused rains in southern localities had already weakened, according to the National Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting.

The weather in the region will thus become partly sunny during the day, while occasional showers will occur in the evening and at night.

In Ho Chi Minh City, showers will be recorded mainly in Cu Chi District, Hoc Mon District, and Thu Duc City.

The southern metropolis and other southern localities will still be affected by high tide on Monday, as the phenomenon often occurs in the middle of October in the lunar calendar.

The tide is expected to peak around dusk, flooding streets in low-lying areas and exacerbating traffic jams during rush hours.

The average temperatures in the region will range from 22 to 33 degrees Celsius on Monday.

Meanwhile, northern Vietnam is still affected by a cold spell, resulting in cold weather at night and early in the morning.

The region’s average temperatures will range from 17 to 30 degrees Celsius on Monday.

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Duy Khang - Le Phan / Tuoi Tre News


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