North to experience cool spell from April 24 night
A cold spell will hit a number of northern localities, including Hanoi, from the night of April 24, resulting a drop in the temperature to 20-23 degrees Celsius on following days, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
The cold spell will ease the extreme humidity during hot days with extreme humidity.
Medium rains coupled with thunderstorms are forecast in the northern region from April 24 afternoon to April 25 while low land areas are at risk of flooding, and strong winds and high waves expected in the north of the Tonkin Guft.
In the southern region, the temperature remains between 35-37 degrees Celsius and even over 37 degrees Celsius in some places.
Meanwhile, the highest temperature in the Central Highlands region is 35 degrees Celsius.