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Nov 15, 2020 / 19:29

Hanoi to experience cold and rainy weather in coming days

Hanoi has seen moderate and heavy rain, with the the lowest temperatures being 17-20 degrees Celsius.

Vietnam’s northern provinces, including Hanoi, will experience cold and rainy weather in the next couple of days, according to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF).

 Hanoi had a cold and rainy day on November 15. Photo: Kinhtedothi.vn

Due to the impacts of cold air and the wind turbulence in the aftermath of typhoon Vamco, which made landfall in the central region of Vietnam at around 11:00 am on November 15, it turns cold in Hanoi and northern provinces on November 15 and 16, the NCHMF said.

Hanoi has seen moderate and heavy rain on Sunday, with temperatures ranging from 17 to 24 degrees Celsius, 5 degrees lower than a day earlier. Humidity reached 80%.

From November 17, Hanoi will continue to have light rain but sunny lunchtimes and afternoons. The highest temperatures will rise to 28 degrees, the center added.

From November 15 to 16, provinces in the Red river delta will all have rain with the highest temperatures being 25 degrees. The temperatures keep rising to 24-28 degrees on November 17. The humidity level in the north will stay at 75-80%.

This morning, the powerful storm Vamco hit the central region, uprooting trees and damaging properties. The typhoon weakened into a tropical storm as it ripped through provinces of Quang Tri and Thua Thien Hue with life-threatening conditions.

Over the next 6 - 12 hours, the depression is projected to continue moving west-northwestward and degenerate into a remnant low.

A vast central region and northern provinces of Vietnam will face heavy rain in the aftermath of typhoon Vamco with the rainfall predicted to total 300mm in some parts of these localities on Sunday and Monday.