A cold spell is expected to hit the northern provinces of Vietnam on September 19, causing mild rainfall in the northern and central parts, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
Colder weather conditions will cause temperatures to drop by 2-3 degrees Celsius and the northern provinces and central parts of the country will experience light to heavy rainfall. People will feel a mild nip in the air during the day.
Heavy rainfall is forecast in the northern mountainous areas and the central highlands, as a result of the low pressure caused by the cold spell.
This will also create rough conditions in the northern parts of the East Sea with gushing winds of level 6-7.
Meanwhile, people in the southern provinces will experience cooler weather with temperatures of 28-32 degrees Celsius and slight rainfall during afternoons and evenings.