A cold front will barrel down northern Vietnam Thursday noon before affecting central region, plunging temperatures down by 3-5 degrees Celsius.
Since Tuesday, certain areas in the north have experienced high heat due to impacts of a low-pressure area in the west. Temperatures recorded in the afternoon went up to 37 degrees in Son La Province, and 34 degrees in Hanoi.
The National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting said the heat would cease once a cold front arrive in the region. The clash between two masses of cold and hot air may create extreme weather patterns like thunder, hails and strong winds.
U.S. weather forecast service AccuWeather says Hanoi’s temperature would be at 20-27 degrees on Thursday, before falling down to 19-21 degrees and would stay that way until the end of the week. High-altitude locations like Lao Cai’s Sa Pa would experience temperatures at 14-18 degrees.
From Friday, the cold front would begin to affect the northern parts of central Vietnam regions, ending a streak of hot sunny days in the area. Temperatures would be at around 20-22 degrees in the area afterwards.
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