Vietnam weather forecast today July 10
The low pressure that had expanded from the west to southeastern areas, and foehn effect cause high temperatures in the northern region and provinces from Thanh Hoa to Phu Yen on July 10.
According to the National Hydrometeorological Forecast Centre, the northern region is expected to experience temperatures between 36-39C today. The humidity is around 40-55 percent. The region will have 10-18 hours with a temperature of over 35C.
It is forecast that the hot weather will continue to hit the north in the next three days.
Ultraviolet (UV) index in Hanoi is forecast to hit level 9 while that in central Da Nang city to reach level 11, both defined as very strong, raising the risk of skin damage in direct sunlight.
The prolonged heatwave may cause health issues and increased risks of fires and other accidents at residential areas as demand for electricity spikes.
As the hot spell is highly exacerbated by low humidity, there are warnings of fire and explosion hazards, as well as a high risk of forest fire.
Since the beginning of the year, the average temperature across Vietnam has been 1-2.5 degrees Celsius higher than normal, and the trend is forecast to last until October.
Meanwhile, Southern and Central Highlands have sunny days, with scattered showers and thunderstorms forecast in afternoon and evening.
Hanoi weather forecast
The highest temperatures in Hanoi range from 36-39C, even above 39C in some places. Showers and thunderstorms are forecast in some areas.
|Hanoi weather forecast (Photo: weatheronline.co.uk)|
Weather forecast for provinces from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien-Hue
Extreme hot weather will scorch these localities on July 10, with temperatures from 37-40, even exceeding 40C in some places. There may have showers and thunderstorms in some areas in evening and night.
Weather forecast for provinces from Da Nang to Binh Thuan
Temperatures range from 34-37C, even more than 37C in some places. There are showers and thunderstorms in some areas in evening and night.
|Da Nang weather forecast (Photo: weatheronlin.co.uk)|
Weather forecast for Central Highlands
Temperatures stand at 30-33C, even more than 33C. There are showers and thunderstorms in some places in evening and night.
Weather forecast for southern region
Temperatures are from 31-34C, with showers and thunderstorms in forecast in evening and night.
|HCM City weather forecast (Photo: weatheronline.co.uk)|
China weather forecast
The Chinese National Meteorological Center continued to release orange warning of rainstorm. In the next two days, shower or thunderstorm will grip North China.
On Jul 10, heavy rain will hover over South of the Yangtze River Region, with Guizhou, Hunan, central-northern Jiangxi, southern Anhui, Zhejiang, northern Fujian, and northern Guangxi exposed to heavy rain to rainstorm. Heavy downpour will pummel southeastern Guizhou, central Hunan, and northern Jiangxi. Torrential downpour will wallop northeastern Jiangxi. There will be severe convective weather like thunderstorm, gale or others.
There were more than 100 people dead or missing nationwide as a result of the rainstorms, while the emergency ministry estimated economic losses to be in excess of 40 billion yuan (USD 5.7 billion).
The official Xinhua news agency reported that a key reservoir for flood control in southeastern Zhejiang province opened its spillways for the first time in nine years to lower water levels.
Exams in some parts of Anhui province were postponed as a result of the worst flooding for 50 years, the local government reported.
The city of Qianjiang in the central province of Hubei became the first city to issue a Level I flood response alert after roads and farmland were inundated.
Authorities in Hubei and neighbouring Hunan province have also issued orange flood alerts - the second highest - with some rivers 2-3 metres higher than warning levels, according to water ministry data.
State media also reported that 21 people died and another 15 were injured after a bus crashed into a reservoir in southwest Guizhou province. It was not clear how many people were in the bus at the time of the crash or what caused the accident.
Thailand weather forecast
The weak southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand cause less rain in the upper Thailand. While the easterly wind prevails over the South. These is area remain continue rain and isolated heavy rain mostly in the lower South. On July 10, the southwest monsoon that prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand will weaken. Decreasing rain is forecast over Thailand but still occur isolated heavy rain in windward of southwest monsoon of the North, the East, and the South. During July 11 – 15, the strengthening southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand. More rain is likely in Thailand and isolated heavy rain in the Northeast, the East, and the South. During July 12 – 15, people in the East and the South should beware of severe condition in this period that may cause flash flood, said the Thai Meteorological Department.
Singapore weather forecast
Occasional light rain is forecast for many areas in the early morning. Thundery showers will occur mainly over northern, eastern and western Singapore in the afternoon.
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.
Japan weather forecast
|Photo: Japan Meteorological Agency|
At least 62 people have been killed as torrential rain triggers floods and mudslides in southern and western Japan. Days of heavy rain have already caused serious damage in Kyushu. More than three million residents were advised to evacuate across Kyushu, Japan’s third-largest island, but it was unclear how many did. Outside Kyushu, one electrician died after being hit by a fallen tree while working to fix a blackout in Shizuoka Prefecture in central Japan, NHK reported.
Tens of thousands of troops, police officers and other rescue workers have been mobilized to work their way through mud and debris in the hardest-hit towns along the Kuma River — known as the “raging river” because it is joined by another river just upstream and often floods — in Japan’s southernmost main island, Kyushu.
NHK television footage showed swollen water in the Hida River tearing into the embankment and destroying a national highway.
|Photo: Japan Meteorological Agency|
RoK weather forecast
Heavy rain warning: Busan, Tongyeong, Geoje.
Heavy rain advisory: Gokseong, Gurye, Yeosu, Gwangyang, Suncheon, Imsil, Sunchang, Namwon, Daegu, Goryeong, Seongju, Gimcheon, Sangju, Mungyeong, Pohang, Gyeongju, Ulsan, Yangsan, Changwon, Gimhae, Miryang, Uiryeong, Haman, Changnyeong, Jinju, Hadong, Sancheong, Hamyang, Geochang, Hapcheon, Sacheon, Goseong, Namhae.
Wind wave advisory: The offing in eastern areas of the South Sea, the coast of eastern area of the Jeju, the coast of southern area of the Jeju, the coast of western area of the Jeju, The sea far off to the south of Jeju, the coast sea among the coast of southern area of the Jeju, the Udo coast sea among the coast of eastern area of the Jeju, the Gapado coast sea among the coast of western area of the Jeju./.
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