Cold snap hits North, Central while HCMC sees high tide

The National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF) said that a cold spell is hitting the North Vietnam starting October 10.

Cold snap hits North, Central while HCMC sees high tide

In Hanoi, temperature drops as low as 20-21 Celsius degree along with patchy rain while mountainous northern provinces of Son La, Ha Giang, Lai Chau, it is 15-17 degrees Celsius. However, popular tourist haunt of Sa Pa in mountainous northern province of Lao Cai and Mau Son in Lang Son experiences 11-13 degrees Celsius. The weather freeze in the North as bitter cold snap hits the area.
Cold weather from the North is forecast to spread out the north central region causing rains. The central provinces from Nghe An to Quang Ngai might have whirlwind and rock rain from October 10 to 13.
Meanwhile Ho Chi Minh City enjoys beautiful weather on October 11 with highest temperature of 31 – 32 degrees Celsius. However, the city continues to experience high tide starting October 10 – 14. It is forecast that the tide at An Phu station will be 1.64 meter while it is 1.66 meter in Nha Be station.

By VAN PHUC - Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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