Localities in northern and central Vietnam could experience chilly weather and heavy rainfall over next week, according to the national weather center.
A cold spell along with scattered showers and thunderstorms are forecast to hit the regions between November 12 and 13, the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting said.
Heavy rains on a wide scale will likely stick around central Vietnamese provinces and cities until November 17.
Meanwhile in southern Vietnam, people may see showers and thunderstorms, mostly in the evening, over the next 10 days.
The national weather center added that scattered showers and thunderstorms, accompanied by whirlwinds, lightning, hail, and gusts, are expected in the central provinces from Quang Binh to Khanh Hoa and the southern region on Wednesday evening, with precipitation likely reaching over 50 millimeters in some locations.
People living in riverside, low-lying, and mountainous areas should stay prepared for possible flash floods, landslides, and flooding.
The inclement weather could also affect the waters from central Quang Tri Province to southern Kien Giang Province.