Rains in southern Vietnam are forecast to lighten up from Thursday, while an enhanced cold front will lower temperatures in northern provinces, according to the National Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting.
The trough above southern provinces began to weaken on Thursday, thus rains in the region are expected to lighten up after several days of scattered storms in the region.
Rains will be recorded in several localities across the region.
The average temperatures in southern localities will range from 23 to 32 degrees Celsius on Thursday.
Meanwhile, an enhanced cold front is forecast to bring showers and thunderstorms to northern and north-central provinces.
Rains will be accompanied by chances of whirlwinds, lightning, and gusts in some locations.
The cold spell will also lower temperatures in northern Vietnam over the next few days.
Average lows will be 20-22 degrees Celsius in the Red River Delta and 17-19 degrees Celsius in mountainous localities.
Average mercury in northern provinces will range from 20 to 29 degrees Celsius on Thursday.