The North turns cold in mid-May

The weather in the North will reduce rain but turn cold with the lowest temperature of 20-23 degrees Celsius in the plains, 17-19 degrees Celsius in the mountains. The area may be sunny at the beginning of the week, before welcoming a new rain.

According to the National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting, cold affected many places in the Northeast and a part of the Northwest, causing thunderstorms and a drop in temperature. In the coming hours, this pattern will expand its influence to the North Central and Central Central regions.

On May 16, rain decreased in the North. The weather in the area is dry and cold with the lowest temperature of 20-22 degrees Celsius, in the mountains there are places 17-19 degrees Celsius. Strong winds on land are 2-3, coastal areas are 3-4.

In the Gulf of Tonkin, the observed wind is strong at level 6-7, gusty at level 8. Waves are 2-3.5 m high, sea is rough. In the north of the East Sea (including Hoang Sa archipelago) and the sea from Quang Tri to Quang Ngai, waves are 2-4 m high.

Accuweather website forecasts that Hanoi and other provinces and cities in the Northern Delta will maintain a temperature of 19-21 degrees Celsius in the first day of the week, with cloudy and cloudy weather. On May 17, the area was sunny again, the temperature increased to the threshold of 22-27 degrees Celsius.

However, on May 19, thunderstorms are likely to return to the North, causing the weather to continue to deteriorate. At this time, the temperature is still at 24-29 degrees Celsius but accompanied by showers, concentrated in the evening and at night. Particularly in the mountainous and midland areas, it can rain heavily.

Today (May 16), rain spread to the North Central and Central Central regions with a common amount of 50-90 mm, in some places over 150 mm. Particularly in Binh Dinh, the amount of rain recorded in the evening and night of May 15 fluctuated 30-60 mm within just 3 hours and continued to rain in the morning. Localities are warned of the risk of flash floods, landslides, and local flooding.

The state of thunderstorms remained in the Central region until the end of May 16, then the area reduced rain and sunny days. The dry weather lasted until about May 19, before the area received a new wave of rain.

This week, the Central Highlands and the South have intermittent sunshine during the day, showers and thunderstorms in the evening continuously from May 16-20. Some areas may experience heavy rain. People watch out for the risk of tornadoes, lightning, hail and strong winds.

In the long-term forecast, the meteorological agency said that in the rainy and stormy months of the North (July-September), the rainfall tends to be higher than the average for many years. The heat in the area is not likely to be as severe and lasting as in 2021. Cold air may be active as early as October and November.

Meanwhile, the Central Highlands and the South are forecast to record insufficient rainfall in the rainy season months of this year. From about October, the central coastal areas, the Central Highlands and the South tend to increase rainfall.

According to Zing

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