According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, around February 1, due to the influence of cold air from the east bringing a lot of moisture from the sea, the North will turn to humid weather.
Specifically, from February 1-8, the North is cloudy, with drizzle and fog in the night and early morning, the humidity in the air increases. These days, the temperature in the North fluctuates very little with the lowest temperature common being 16-18 degrees, the mountains below 16 degrees, the highest temperature from 20-22 degrees.
Hanoi capital from February 2-8, it is cloudy, with fog and drizzle at night and in the morning. The lowest temperature is 17-19 degrees, the highest is 20-23 degrees.
The North turned to drizzly and foggy weather from the beginning of February.
Before welcoming the spring rain, from now until the end of January, the North will continue to have cold and sunny weather. It is cold at night, the temperature is low, the Northern Delta is common from 10-13 degrees, the mountains are 8-10 degrees, the high mountains are below 8 degrees. During the day, it is sunny, the highest temperature is common from 19-22 degrees, the high mountains are below 19 degrees.
In the provinces of Thanh Hoa – Nghe An from February 1-8, spring rain is also welcome with cloudy weather, foggy and drizzling in the morning and night. It is cold in the night and early morning with the lowest temperature from 17-19 degrees, the highest 23-26 degrees.
Particularly in the provinces from Ha Tinh to Binh Dinh from tonight (January 29), the rain will decrease. From January 30 to February 1, this area is dry and sunny. Around February 2-3, the provinces from Ha Tinh to Binh Dinh will again receive scattered showers and thunderstorms, with moderate to heavy rain locally. During thunderstorms, watch out for lightning storms and strong winds.
In the next two days (January 30-31), the Central Highlands and the South will continue to maintain sunny weather, with showers and thunderstorms in the evening and night. The Central Highlands is cold at night and in the morning with the lowest temperature of 13-16 degrees, the highest temperature of 23-26 degrees. The Southern region is cold at night and in the morning with the lowest temperature from 20-23 degrees, the East has places below 20 degrees, the highest temperature is 28-31 degrees.
It is forecasted that from February 1-2, the South and the Central Highlands may receive unseasonal thunderstorms, with scattered showers and thunderstorms in places. During thunderstorms, watch out for lightning storms and strong winds.