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Weather is distinctive varieties: The North, The Central, and The South

Weather is distinctive varieties: The North, The Central, and The South

The North:

There are four distinct seasons. Summer is from May to August  temperature is 36 degree Celsius in day time and down to 30 at night time, occasional heavy rains, it is hot and humid. Autumn is from  September to the beginning of November temperature is from 23 – 32 degree Celsius, occasional heavy rains, it is more dry. Winter is from November to January, temperature is from 6 – 17 degree Celsius, rare rains, it is dry and cold. Spring,  from February to April temperature is gradually warmer from 12 – 25 degree Celsius,  drizzling for some successive days in sometimes, it is damp  and overcast sky.

 

The central:

The variety of weather patterns in this region is noted due to the Truong Son mountain range situated in the northwestern on the country. There are rainy periods from November to December. Due to the  location, Dalat the Southern Central High Land is cooler than the coastal regions, from November to March. Danang and Hue are sometimes be affected by typhoon activity from mid October to mid December when it is cooler, overcast and drizzly. Temperature of provinces which more closed to the North are influenced by the cold front arriving from the North in Winter  and others are warmer by the heating of the South

The South:

The whole year round, it is hot with dry and wet seasons. The wet season is from May to October where there are downpours, which are brief and predictable. When average temperatures reach the low 30s(Celsius), rain showers can be a blessing in disguise and provide relief to the sweltering heat. The dry season from November to April is generally sunny and humid and can be uncomfortable if no precautions are taken for sun protection. In short,

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