A cold snap and a storm have been forecasted to affect the northern region of Vietnam later this week.
According to the National Hydro-meteorological Forecast Centre, on September 16-17 low tropical pressure would come into the East Sea and develop into a storm which would move onto mainland Vietnam.
Cold spell and storm forecasted to hit Vietnam
During this time, the north would see a cold snap, while the central region would experience heavy rains with strong winds at the weekend.
From the last two weeks of September, around 6-8 storms have been predicted to hit the East Sea with 4-5 to affect Vietnam, particularly the central and southern regions. Meanwhile, central and southern localities have been warned of heavy and long rains between October and November.
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