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South Vietnam to continue with rains, intensity to reduce over North Vietnam

November 23, 2017 2:24 PM |

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Vietnam has been witnessing varied intensity of rains from the past few days. Tropical Storm Kirogi lashed the country with rains in the past week. In the past day, scattered rains occurred over the northern districts of Vietnam such as Lao Cai.


Meanwhile, moderate to heavy with few very heavy spells were witnessed over the southern parts of the country. In the last 24 hours, Hue witnessed three digit rain to the tune of 193 mm.

In the same span of time, Dong Hoi recorded 30 mm of rain, Quang Ngai 56 mm, Quy Nhon 22 mm and Ha Tinh 6.2 mm of rain. As per weathermen at Skymet Weather, the intensity of rain is likely to reduce over the northern parts and meanwhile, the temperature levels may also drop.

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The reason can be attributed to the high-pressure area which is seen over China and the ridge which is extending up to Thailand across Vietnam. The cold winds from the north will start blowing towards Vietnam which will result in a reduction of temperature levels.

However, the southern parts of Vietnam will continue to witness light to moderate rain and thundershower activity for the 24 to 48 hours. Thereafter, the rain intensity may also reduce over the southern regions of the country.


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