Weather forecast for Jul 8 in Vietnam and Asian countries
admin 8-07-2020, 06:25
Temperatures throughout Hanoi are forecast to rise to 39C in coming days. (Photo: VNA)

Vietnam weather forecast

With Hanoi enduring yet another heat wave, temperatures throughout the capital are forecast to rise to 39C in the coming days.

According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, low pressure in the West extending to the Southeast, accompanied by the foehn effect, has caused another heat wave in northern and central regions.

Temperatures are therefore forecast to range between 34 and 37C in northern localities, increasing to between 35 and 38C from Thanh Hoa province to Phu Yen province.

With humidity levels expected to remain fairly low at between 50 percent and 60 percent, temperatures are anticipated to peak from 11am to 4pm each day, with highs of over 35C.

Beginning from July 8, the hot spell is predicted to increase its intensity from Thanh Hoa to Quang Tri provinces, with temperature set to reach between 37 and 40C. Indeed, some locations will even see temperatures exceed 40C.

Elsewhere northern regions, including mountainous areas, are to be hit by similarly scorching temperatures on July 9, with the highest level ranging between 36 and 39C.

Hanoi weather forcast

Hanoi alone is forecast to see temperatures reach highs of between 37 to 39C on July 8. The bout of extreme weather is likely to last over the coming days.

The heat can cause numerous problems for people, including dehydration, exhaustion, and heat stroke due to prolonged exposure to high temperatures. With elderly people and children being particularly vulnerable, they are advised to drink more water, eat a healthy diet, and limit their travel when conditions are sunny.

Weather forecast for Jul 8 in Vietnam and Asian countries
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From Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien-Hue province, there are showers and thunderstorms evening and night in some places. During daytime, the lowest temperatures range from 27-30C while the highest temperatures from 37-40C, even more than 40C in some areas.

From Da Nang to Binh Thuan province, there are showers and thunderstorms evening and night. During daytime, the lowest temperatures range from 21-24C, while the highest temperatures from 31-34C.

The southern region, showers and thunderstorms are in forecast evening and night. The lowest temperatures during daytime are from 24-27C and the highest, from 32-35C.

China weather forecast

On July 8, moderate to heavy rain will affect eastern Heilongjiang, western Jianghuai Region, southern Jianghan Region, northern portions of South of the Yangtze River Region, and eastern Tibet, according to China Meteorological Administration.

Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei province, has upgraded its emergency response for flood control from Grade III to Grade II, the second-highest of the four-tier system.

Torrential rain has been pounding the city over the past days, with the maximum rainfall exceeding 250 mm, leaving many road sections waterlogged and the water level exceeding the warning line in some places.

Photo: China Meteorological Administration

Heavy downpours are forecast to persist in the coming days. In view of the current situation, the city’s flood control and drought relief headquarters announced to raise emergency response levels for flooding and drainage to the second highest.

Heavy downpours have been ravaging a large part of China, affecting millions of people and causing vast economic losses. Several provincial-level regions, including Hubei, Anhui and Hunan, have raised the flooding response levels as heavy rains are expected to continue and water levels in local rivers and lakes keep rising, Xinhua said.

Thailand weather forecast

On July 8, the weak southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand while the South and the southeasterly wind prevails over the East, and the Gulf. Thundershowers are likely over upper Thailand and isolated heavy rain in the East and the South. During July 10-13, the southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand will strengthen. Isolated heavy rain is likely in the East and the South. Warning: People in the East and the South should beware of severe condition in this period that may cause flash flood, Meteorological Department said.

Photo: Xinhua

Singapore weather forecast

Showers are forecast mainly over southern, eastern and western Singapore in the early morning, and thundery showers over many areas in the late afternoon clearing in the evening, the Meteorological Service Singapore said.

The wet weather is forecast to continue into the first half of July 2020. During this period, the daily maximum temperature is expected to range between 32°C and 33°C with daily highs of around 34°C on a few days.

With the prevailing Southwest Monsoon persisting in July 2020, the low-level winds over Singapore and the surrounding region are forecast to blow mostly from the southeast or southwest, and to blow from the east on a few days.

Photo: Meteorological Service Singapore

Japan weather forecast

Photo: Japan Meteorological Agency

In Japan’s southwestern region of Kyushu, the heavy rainfall is now being blamed for the deaths of more than 50 people.

Weather officials have switched a heavy rain emergency warning issued for Fukuoka, Saga and Nagasaki prefectures to a warning.

But they’re asking people to remain on alert for landslides and rivers spilling over their banks.

Officials say Chikugo river flooded in Hita city in Oita Prefecture, and one of its tributaries flooded in Asakura city, in neighboring Fukuoka Prefecture.

Residents are asked to monitor evacuation information and secure their safety in case of a possible disaster. Further flooding is expected in several cities along the river.

Self-Defense Forces personnel are racing to rescue elderly residents in Omuta city, which is also in Fukuoka prefecture. Many people have been calling for help along a river bank where houses have been submerged.

Photo: Japan Meteorological Agency

Kumamoto prefecture has been the worst affected. The heavy rain has claimed the lives of 52 people in Kyushu so far, and all but one of them are from that prefecture. Two other people in Kumamoto have no vital signs, and 11 are missing.

Rivers have flooded in a dozen places. An embankment along the Kuma river has collapsed, and a bridge has been swept away.

Many train and express bus services have been suspended in the affected areas. More than 6,000 households are without electricity in Kumamoto, Oita and Kagoshima Prefectures, NHK reported.

RoK weather forecast

Photo: Korea Meteorological Administration

In the Republic of Korea (RoK), heat wave advisory has been issued for Gyeongsan, Changnyeong, Hadong.

Photo: Korea Meteorological Administration

 

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