Mr. Nguyen Van Huong – Head of Climate Forecasting Department of National Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting – comments on weather trends from now until the end of 2021 and early 2022 – Video: H. LINH
Mr. Nguyen Van Huong – Head of Climate Forecasting Department, National Center for Hydrometeorological Forecasting said so when commenting on weather trends from now to the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022.
According to Mr. Huong, tFrom mid-September 2021 to the end of 2021, there are about 6-8 storms/tropical depressions in the East Sea, of which 3-4 storms directly affect our country.
Most likely in January 2022 is still appearing storm/tropical depression over the southern region of the East Sea and may affect the southern region.
It is necessary to watch out for torrential rains that occur in October and November (especially October) in Central and South Central provinces. In the first half of December 2021, this area is also likely to have moderate to heavy rain.
The rainy season in the Central Highlands and the South is likely to end late. During the dry season, unseasonal rains are likely to occur.
Cold air is likely to work early from the end of September and the beginning of October, 2021; trend of increasing frequency in the main winter months; Severe cold, harmful cold in the winter of 2021-2022 may occur early, concentrated in the period from mid-December 2021 to February 2022.
Regarding the hydrological situation, in the North, there is a risk of water shortage, the water source in the river basins in the Northern region is short of 30-50%. , downstream of Lo River.
The lowest water level in history is likely to occur in the lower Lo River and the lower Red River in the dry season months of 2022.
In Central, Central HighlandsFrom October to December 2021 is the time of flood season on rivers in Central Vietnam and Central Highlands, flood peaks in 2021 in downstream of main rivers in Thanh Hoa, Nghe An are common at an alarming rate. (B D) 1 – BĐ2.
Rivers from Ha Tinh to Binh Thuan and the Central Highlands region are at BD2-BD3 and above BD3. On small rivers and streams, in the upper reaches of rivers in the Central region and the Central Highlands, there is a possibility of large floods, flash floods and landslides.
In the South, the flood peak in 2021 at the upstream of the Mekong River is below BD1 and occurs around mid-October. The flood peak in 2021 at stations downstream of the Mekong River is at BD2- BD3, some stations on BD3 .
Saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta comes earlier and is higher than average for many years but is not as severe as the 2019-2020 dry season.
The high tides in November 2021 and December 2021 may be the highest tides in 2021, lasting for about 1 week and the time of the peak tide appearing at about 15-18 hours, so it is likely to greatly affect the production. production and daily life of the people.