New Cold Wind in North Vietnam 21February2019

21February2019 A new spell of cold wind start shaving its effect in the far-northern mountains in the evening. The effects of the cold wind are expected in the Northeast of Vietnam from 22February2019 and later to the north of the Central Region of Vietnam. The Northwest of Vietnam and the Central Coast will be affected by the cold wind afterwards.

1/The Northeast is cloudy, 11-27oC; the Northwest is mostly sunny, 15-32oC;  the lowlands are mostly sunny, 17-31oC.

2/North of the Central Region (Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh) is mostly sunny, 20-33oC.

3/The coastal areas in the Central Region of Vietnam (Central Coast of Vietnam including: Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Hue, Da Nang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Phu Yen, Binh Dinh, Khanh Hoa, Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan) is mostly sunny, 22-33oC.

4/The Central Highlands are mostly sunny, 18-34oC;  Da Lat is sunny, 13-26oC.

5/The South of Vietnam (Vung Tau, Saigon, Mekong Delta) is sunny, 25-33oC.

Weak Spell of Cold Monsoon in North Vietnam 11February2019

11February2019 A weak spell of cold wind blowing through North Vietnam brings about cloudy weather and rains to some regions in the North. The cold wind puts an end to the sunny and dry weather in the north which had extended from before Tet holidays (Lunar New Year).

Vietnam Weather in February 2019

1/In North Vietnam, February is spring time. There could be a few spells of mild cold winds at the beginning of the month though. Also, the easterly winds and southeasterly winds have more effects in the north which may result in light drizzles (rain dust) and thick fogs on some days in the North. The foehn wind has more effects in Son La, Dien Bien and Lai Chau which makes the temperatures in these provinces distinctly higher than the rest of the North.

Vietnam Weather in January 2019

1/In North Vietnam, January is deep in the winter with successive spells of cold northeasterly monsoons which are mostly dominant here at this time of the year. There are sometimes easterly winds and westerly winds which may also affect the north of Vietnam during this time. When these winds meet they cause light rains for a couple of days. If the northeasterly monsoons are strong, then it is normally dry and cold. There may be some days of January that it is foggy in the North.

New Spell of Cold Winds in North Vietnam 14January2019

14January2019 A new spell of cold winds (northeasterly monsoon) starts blowing into northern Vietnam and continue its movements from the Northeast southwards and southwestwards. It is expected to get cold in the North and North of the Central Region of Vietnam from the early evening of 15January2019.

New Spell of Cold Winds in North Vietnam 09January2019

09January2019 A new spell of strengthening northeasterly monsoon starts having impact on the North of Vietnam causing rain throughout the region. Heavy rains are expected in the Northwest of Vietnam due to the meeting of the cold monsoon and the westerly winds on high altitudes.

Typhoon No.1 in 2019 (Pabuk) in South Vietnam

02January2019 The tropical depression which had formed in the Philippines and entered the East Vietnam Sea has strengthened to be a tropical storm, the 1st Typhoon in Vietnam in 2019 (Pabuk) with sustained winds of 60-75kph.

Vietnam Weather in December 2018

1/The North of Vietnam
In North Vietnam, December is winter but it was slightly different in 2018. December 2018 the North of Vietnam experienced the first week with perfect and typical autumn days: sunny, breezy and absolutely pleasant. The temperatures were 14-26oC in the lowlands and 12-23oC in the mountains.

Cold Weather in Northern Vietnam in 2018-2019

The new spell of northerly cold winds in northern Vietnam starting on the night of 27December2018 in the mountains and 28Dec2018 in the lowlands has been causing extreme cold to the north of Vietnam and torrential rains in the Central Region of Vietnam. Records show -0.5oC at Mau Son Mountain (Lang Son) on 30December2018, there has been snow and frost at Mau Son on 31December2018.

Torrential Rains and Floods in Central Vietnam in December 2018

The new spell of northerly winds started having its effects in the Central Region of Vietnam from 7December2018. The northerly winds met with the southeasterly winds on high altitudes caused unusually heavy rains from Thanh Hoa to Binh Dinh with rainfalls between 300-400mm and up to over 800-900mm in some places (Cam Le, Ba Na, Binh Phu, Thang Binh... in Quang Nam and Da Nang). Floods are rampant throughout the region; Dong Ha (Quang Tri), Da Nang and Quang Nam are to suffer the worst.

Vietnam Weather in November 2018

In North Vietnam, November is autumn. November 2018 the North of Vietnam experienced the first week with wet weather conditions. Then, it was mostly sunny throughout the month. There was a new spell of winter monsoon to the North in the third week of November. The temperatures were 16-29oC in the lowlands and 14-26oC in the mountains.