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Vietnam weather forecast
The intense heat continues to spread the central region on July 11, with temperatures hovering around 35-38C, even 39C in some places, the National Hydrometeorological Forecast Centre forecast.
Ultraviolet (UV) index in Da Nang stands at level 11 (very strong) on July 11-12, which is defined as very strong, raising the risk of skin damage in direct sunlight, read weatheronline.co.uk. Meanwhile, Hanoi hits level 9 during the two days.
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.
It is forecast that the hot weather will continue to sweep the northern and central provinces in the next 10 days.
The prolonged heatwave may cause health issues and increased risks of fires and other accidents at residential areas as demand for electricity spikes.
Statistics show since the beginning of this year, the average temperature of the whole country has been 1 to 2.5 degrees Celsius higher than the average level of previous years, and the upward trend is forecast to last till October this year.
Meanwhile, the low-pressure area combined with wind convergence of up to 5000 m, trigger scattered showers and thunderstorms during the day and tonight (July 11) in the Northwest and Viet Bac regions, comprising Cao Bang, Bac Kan, Lang Son, Ha Giang, Tuyen Quang, and Thai Nguyen provinces.
There is a high risk of flash floods and landslides in mountainous areas (especially in Lai Chau, Dien Bien, Lao Cai, Yen Bai, Ha Giang, Tuyen Quang and Cao Bang provinces), and inundation in low-lying areas.
Hanoi weather forecast
|Hanoi weather forecast (Photo: weatheronline.co.uk)|
The sunny weather continues on July 11 with cloudy periods throughout the day and humidity of 60-96 percent. Temperatures are 28-36C.
Weather forecast for provinces from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien-Hue
It is extremely hot during the day, with chances of showers and thunderstorms in evening and night. Humidity ranges from 50-94 percent, and temperatures from 35-38C, even more than 38C in some places.
Weather forecast for provinces from Da Nang to Binh Thuan
|Da Nang weather forecast (Photo: weatheronline.co.uk)|
It is extremely hot during the day, with chances of showers and thunderstorms in evening and night. Humidity ranges from 50-94 percent, and temperatures from 35-38C, even more than 39C in some places.
Weather forecast for southern region
|HCM City weather forecast (Photo: weatheronline.co.uk)|
The region sees sunshine through the day, whilst showers and thunderstorms are predicted in evening and night in some places. Humidity stands at 58-60 percent and the highest temperature is 35C.
China weather forecast
According to the Chinese National Meteorological Center, on July 11-12, rainstorm will still reign over Southwest China, South of the Yangtze River Region, Jianghan Region, and Jianghuai Region. Heavy downpour will lash northern Jiangxi, northeastern Hunan, and central and northern Sichuan Basin. There will be severe convective weather like short-range heavy rainfall. The hourly intensity will reach 30-50mm.
The National Meteorological Center continued to release yellow warning of rainstorm, the third-highest, for rainstorms.
|Rescuers transfer residents trapped by floods in Jiujiang City, east China's Jiangxi Province, July 8, 2020. /VCG|
In the next three days, rainy weather will grip North China, central Gansu, and northern Huanghuai Region.
As waves of devastating floods sweep across eastern and central China, Chinese authorities on July 10 raised the emergency response for flood control in the Yangtze River and riverside areas to Level II, the second highest in the response system. Several Chinese regions have raised their response levels in the past few days.
In central China's Hubei province: Emergency response for flood control was upgraded from the third to the second level. At least 14 people were dead and five others were missing due to the disasters. Over nine million people have been affected by heavy rain.
In east China's Anhui province: Local authorities launched the level II emergency response, the second-highest, for flood prevention. Four people died and over 1.6 million people have been affected as of July 9.
East China's Jiangxi province upgraded its emergency response for flood control from the third to the second level as of 10:00 a.m. July 10.
East China's Zhejiang province raised its flooding emergency response level to the top level along the Qiantang River, CGTN reported.
Thailand weather forecast
The weak southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand cause less rain in the upper Thailand. While the upper easterly wind prevails over the South. These is area remain continue rain and isolated heavy rain.
During July 11, the weak southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand. Decreasing rain is forecast over upper Thailand. But the easterly winds in the upper air prevails cover the south cause the south is continuing rain and isolate heavy rain. During July 12-16, the southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand is stronger while the easterly winds and the southeasterly winds prevail over the Northeastern part. More rain is likely in Thailand and isolated heavy rain in the Northeast, the East, and the South. During July 12-16, people in the Northeast, the East, and the South should beware of severe conditions, the Thai Meteorological Department warned.
Singapore weather forecast
In the early morning of July 11, it is forecast to see thundery showers over southern, western and central Singapore, again over many areas in the afternoon, according to the Meteorological Service Singapore.
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 32C and 33C with daily highs of around 34C. Overall, the rainfall for the first half of July 2020 is forecast to be above-average over most parts of the island.
Japan weather forecast
The Japan Meteorological Agency has warned of localized downpours from western to northeastern Japan through July 11 due to an active seasonal rain front that has destabilized weather across the country.
The agency has warned heavy rain could continue to fall in Japan from July 12 onwards, and is calling for continued vigilance against landslides and river flooding.
|Photo: Japan Meteorological Agency|
In the city of Hitoyoshi in the southwestern Japan prefecture of Kumamoto, one more death from torrential rains that fell in the region has been confirmed. Reports said the death toll from downpours in the Kyushu region had reached 63.
In Kyushu between July 9 and 10, extremely heavy rain topping 30 millimeters per hour was recorded in some places, causing uneasiness among residents in areas that had already been hit by flooding and landslides.
According to the JMA, one-hour rainfall on July 10 reached 52 millimeters in the Kagoshima Prefecture town of Minamiosumi; 50 millimeters in the prefectural city of Nishinoomote on the island of Tanegashima. The Nagasaki Prefecture city of Tsushima recorded 62.5 millimeters of rain in one hour.
|Photo: Japan Meteorological Agency|
The rain front was expected to slowly move south, and hang over the Tsushima Strait between South Korea and Japan through July 12. Over the 24-hour period up until 6 a.m. on July 11, up to 300 millimeters of rain was expected in the northern Kyushu region; 250 millimeters in the Shikoku region in western Japan; 150 millimeters in southern Kyushu and the Tokai region in central Japan; 120 millimeters in the Kanto-Koshin region in eastern and central Japan as well as in the Chugoku region in western Japan; 100 millimeters in the Hokuriku region on the Sea of Japan coast in central Japan; and 80 millimeters in the northeastern Tohoku region and western Kinki region, The Mainichi reported.
RoK weather forecast
The weather is nice with clouds and sun. Rains are in forecast for late Sunday (July 12) through Monday (July 13) afternoon along with a thunderstorm.
The air quality is generally acceptable for most individuals. However, sensitive groups may experience minor to moderate symptoms from long-term exposure, according to accuweather. /.
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