According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, a significant cold air mass is currently descending from the northern regions and is expected to reach the eastern parts of northern Vietnam by Sunday afternoon or evening. Subsequently, it will extend towards the western areas.
Northern Vietnam will experience a powerful surge of cold air, marking the most robust mass of its kind since October. As a result, precipitation is expected to occur in the region.
According to AccuWeather, the weather forecast service in the United States, Hanoi is expected to experience a drop in temperatures this weekend. On Saturday, the temperature is anticipated to range between 24 and 31 degrees Celsius, and by Monday next week, it may further decrease to 16-20 degrees Celsius. Throughout the upcoming week, Hanoi's temperatures are predicted to hover around 16-24 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, high-altitude areas such as Sa Pa are likely to see even lower temperatures ranging from 12 to 14 degrees Celsius.
According to the national forecast center, central Vietnam regions can expect the arrival of cold air on Sunday night. This weather change is anticipated to bring about prolonged periods of intense rainfall. The northern parts of central Vietnam will experience relatively cooler temperatures ranging between 16-19 degrees.
According to meteorological agencies, a new cold spell is expected to arrive on November 16. Although this spell will not bring rain to northern Vietnam, it will result in dry air during the daytime and colder temperatures at night and in the early morning.