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Weather forecast Jul 7: Heatwave continues to hit northern and central Vietnam

July 07, 2020 | 06:40

The northern and central regions will experience a new long heat wave with a highest temperature of over 40 degrees.    

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Vietnam weather forecast

According to the National Centre for Hydrometeorological Forecasting, the northern and central regions will experience a new long heatwave with the highest temperature reaching over 40 degrees.

The low pressure from the west had expanded toward the southeastern areas and combined with the foehn effect to cause high temperatures. The temperatures are around 35-37C and the humidity is around 50-60 percent. Both regions will have 13-16 hours with a temperature of over 35C.

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Photo: National Centre for Hydrometeorological Forecasting

On July 7-8, the northern region and the north-central coast, including Hanoi, will also have temperatures from 35-37C. From July 9, the temperatures will increase to 36-39C. From July 8, the heatwave will intensify especially from Thanh Hoa to Quang Binh provinces. The temperature will be 37 to over 40C.

The prolonged heatwave may cause health issues and increased risks of fires and other accidents in residential areas as demand for electricity spike. Wildfire warnings have also been raised in the northern and central regions.

Meanwhile, the area of convergence of wind growing up to 5000m remains in the northern mountainous region. It is forecast that in the early morning and tonight (July 7), in the Northwest and Viet Bac regions, there are thunderstorms and heavy rains (with rainfall of 20-40mm /12h, even 60mm /12h in some places). There would be tornadoes, lightning, hailstones, and strong winds.

In Hanoi

On July 7-8, there are possibilities of showers and thunderstorms with tornadoes, lightning, hail, and strong winds in the evening and nights while daytime would cope with the extreme heat.

On July 9-14, there are showers and thunderstorms in the evening and night, while scorching heat spreading the whole city during the daytime. In a thunderstorm, there are possibilities of tornadoes, lightning, hail, and strong winds.

China weather forecast

In the following three days, heavy rain in eastern Southwest China to middle and lower reaches of South of the Yangtze River will persist. After July 10, the rain belt will progress northward.

The National Meteorological Center continued to release yellow warning of rainstorm. Heavy rain to rainstorm will grip northern Guizhou, northwestern Yunnan, Shanghai, southern Jiangsu, central-southern Anhui, northern Jiangxi, eastern and southern Hubei, northern Hunan, southeastern Chongqing, northern Guizhou, and northern Heilongjiang.

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Photo: Chinese National Meteorological Centre

On July 7, northeastern Guizhou, southeastern Chongqing, northern Hunan, eastern and southern Hubei, northern Jiangxi, southern Anhui, and northwestern Zhejiang will be subjected to rainstorm or heavy downpour.

In the next two days, southern Hunan, central-southern Jiangxi, Fujian and Guangdong will see high temperature of 35~37℃.

Thailand weather forecast

On July 7, the rather strong southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand. 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 8 – 12 July, the moderate southwest monsoon prevails across the Andaman Sea and Thailand with isolated heavy rain 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, according to the Meteorological Department.

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Photo: Bangkok Post

Singapore weather forecast

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.

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Photo: Meteorological Service Singapore

Over the next two weeks, the monsoon rain band is forecast to remain over the equatorial Southeast Asia region. On most days during the period, short-duration moderate to heavy thundery showers can be expected between the late morning and afternoon over parts of the island. On one or two of these days, the thundery showers could extend into the evening. Towards the latter part of the fortnight, convergence of winds in the surrounding vicinity is expected to bring Sumatra squalls with widespread thundery showers between predawn and morning on one to two days. In addition, thundery showers are forecast on a few nights. Overall, the rainfall for the first half of July 2020 is forecast to be above-average over most parts of the island.

During the fortnight, the daily temperature on most days is forecast to range between 24°C and 33°C, and could reach around 34°C on a few days. The daily minimum temperature could drop to a low of around 23°C on some rainy days.

Japan weather forecast

July one of the hottest months in Tokyo with scorching temperatures between 22°C (71.6°F) and 28°C (82.4°F). The hottest days can have temperatures as high as 33°C (91.4°F), and with the oppressive humidity, this can feel hot, sticky, and uncomfortable.

The sunshine hours, however, decrease to four per day on average, making July the least sunny month all year.

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Photo: Japan Meteorological Agency

The ocean waters are best for swimming warming up to 24°C (75.2°F), and the beaches remain abuzz with activities and people having fun in the pleasant weather.

Rainfall remains high with an average of twenty rainy days - making July one of the wettest months. There may be afternoon thunderstorms, so it is best to be safe. The rain gauge fetches a monthly precipitation of 127mm (5").

RoK weather forecast

July the cloudiest, wettest, and most and humid month in Seoul as the East Asian Monsoon settles in the Korean Peninsula. It rains heavily, and there are frequent thunderstorms. The downpour may easily exceed 127mm (5") in a day, during a rainstorm, and the month registers 393.7mm (15.5"). The average humidity crosses 78%, and the heat is stifling as the average temperatures lie in the 21.7°C (71.1°F) to 28.9°C (84°F) range.

Cloudy, dark skies reduce the daily sunshine to less than 4 hours even though the days stretch to 14 hours. Expect heavy rainfall with thunderstorms in July.

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Photo: Korea Meteorological Administration

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