Despite the upcoming warm period, many areas in the north of the country are poised to endure drizzly conditions between February 11 and 15, with temperatures dropping at night and in the early morning, coupled with little sun during the day. Temperatures are expected to see lows of 16 degrees Celsius and highs of 21 degrees Celsius with humidity hovering around 75 per cent and 80 per cent.
Hanoi will enjoy sunny weather throughout February 14 and 15 with highs of 28 degrees Celsius and humidity at 75 per cent. Following this, the capital will face drizzly conditions on February 16 and 20, with temperatures poised to drop to as low as 16 degrees Celsius with humidity at 78 per cent.
Many of the north’s mountainous localities such as Dien Bien, Lai Chau, and Lao Cai will see no rainfall, with the period between February 11 and 16 set to see highs of 30 degrees Celsius with a colder period set to follow from February 17 to 20, in addition to damp conditions.
Moreover, the northern province of Lang Son is predicted to face a cold spell from February 16 to 20, with temperatures set to see highs of 15 degrees Celsius.