It is forecasted that around the afternoon and evening of January 26, the Southern region may receive scattered showers. In early February, this area can expect many days of thunderstorms.
According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, in the dry season months of this year, the equatorial lowland is still capable of causing unseasonal rain for the southern provinces.
It is forecasted that from now until mid-February, the total rainfall in the South may be higher than the average for many years.
In March and April, the South continued to have unseasonal rain with more rainfall than the average of previous years. In particular, this year’s rainy season is expected to come early in the Central Highlands and the South.
|The South can receive showers in the evening and evening of January 26|
Most recently, around the evening and evening of January 26, the Southern region can receive scattered showers. Further, about 1-2/2, this area continues to receive scattered showers and thunderstorms. In particular, rain is more concentrated in the Southwest region.
In Ho Chi Minh City, tomorrow there will be showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening, the temperature of the day ranges from 24-29 degrees.
In Can Tho, in the evening and evening of January 27-28, showers and thunderstorms are likely to occur, the temperature on January 27 ranges from 25-29 degrees Celsius, to January 28 fluctuates from 25-29 degrees Celsius. 24-28 degrees Celsius.
Along with unseasonal rains, from now to April, the South will receive 6 more high tides on February 7-10, the second wave from February 19-24, the third from March 9-11, and the fourth wave. from March 20-25, phase 5 from April 7-9, and phase 6 from April 18-22.
High tide combined with large waves can cause flooding in many riverside, coastal, and outlying areas of the southern coastal provinces. Meanwhile, the record high tide appearing on the occasion of the Lunar New Year is expected to decrease gradually from January 26.