The North is about to receive a rare cold air wave in mid-May
The North is about to receive a rare cold wave in May – Photo: NAM TRAN
The National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting forecasts that between May 13 and 15, the northern provinces will receive a cold front.
“It can be said that this is one of the rare cold air waves in May. The northeast monsoon causes strong winds in the Gulf of Tonkin up to level 6, level 7-8. The lowest temperature is forecast in the mountains. May drop below 16 degrees Celsius, the Northern Delta and Hanoi are forecast to be the lowest 20-23 degrees Celsius.
In addition to the deep drop in temperature, it is also accompanied by heavy to very heavy rain from May 13, especially in the mountains of the North. There is a high risk of multiple natural disasters such as lightning storms, hail, strong winds, landslides, floods in mountainous areas, and local flooding in low-lying areas” – National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
Also according to the National Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting, last night and this morning of May 8, showers and thunderstorms occurred in the North and North Central region, with heavy rain such as Phuc Yen (Tuyen Quang) 113mm, Autumn. Lum (Lai Chau) 111mm, Viet Lam (Ha Giang) 99mm, Na Hang (Tuyen Quang) 79mm…
Forecasts for the day and tonight, in the North and North Central, there will be showers and thunderstorms with a rainfall of about 20 – 50mm/24h, in some places over 70mm/24h (rain concentrates in the afternoon and at night).
During thunderstorms, there is a possibility of tornadoes, lightning, hail and strong winds.
Risk of flash floods, landslides and local flooding in the mountainous areas of the North and North Central.
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