Cold airs to travel Northern region soon

A cold air triggering heavy downpours has recently hit the Northern region on the large scale. 
(Illustrative photo: Mai Loan/SGGP)
(Illustrative photo: Mai Loan/SGGP)
The National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center informed that scorching temperature in the Central region would tend to reduce gradually from Thursday.

In next week, the Northern region is likely to enjoy one more cold spells causing rainy weather on the large scale. 

More cold air masses are able to travel the Northern region in the second- half of this month. 

However, an average monthly temperature nationwide is 0.5-1 degree Celsius higher than same period of every year. 

From September 11 to 20, a total rainfall across the country will do not exceed the average rainfall of previous years in the same period; particularly the rainfall in the Southern region will be 10 to 25 percent higher than average of annually. 

Under an impact of La Nina phenomenon, many weather experts predicted that this year’s winter would come earlier than every year, causing long- lasting extreme cold days.

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