The extremely cold weather in the northern provinces will last several more days as another cold front is set to move in by Sunday, according to the national weather bureau.
|Hanoi suffers from the cold weather at only 10 degree Celsius on December 6 (Photo: Thanh Nien)|
In the next few days, the prevalent temperature will remain low at 8-13 degrees Celsius in Hanoi and the adjacent provinces. In the mountanoius areas, it will only be 5-9 degrees Celsius.
The current cold front, affecting the northern region over the last two days, has spread to the central part of the central region causing medium rain on Friday morning.
Within the day, it will move in the region's southern part.
Meanwhile, Bui Minh Tang, director of the National Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center said that one more cold front is predicted to overflow Vietnam on January 12 and 13.
As a result, northern provinces will continue to experience very cold weather until at least January 15 and even encounter some ice and frost.
The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Cao Duc Phat, has sent an urgent dispatch to northern and central provinces, asking them to carry out precautionary measures in order to protect the herds of cattle, from the cold weather.
Nguyen Xuan Duong, deputy head of the Department of Livestock Production of the ministry in, has asked officials from the various provinces to try to prevent cattle from dying due to the cold weather.