TPO – The meteorological agency forecasts that this week, the weather in the Ho Chi Minh City area will have little rain and a lot of sunshine. From November 25 to 27, more rain appears, thunderstorms occur mainly in the evening.
According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, today (November 21), the Southern region will have clouds, sunny days, showers and thunderstorms in some places in the evening and night. Northeast wind level 2-3. Lowest temperature: 22-25 degrees Celsius, highest 30-33 degrees Celsius.
It is forecast that from the night of November 24 to November 27, the Southern region is likely to have scattered showers and thunderstorms, with locally moderate and heavy rain.
Meanwhile, according to the Southern Regional Hydro-Meteorological Station, the continental cold high pressure is currently weakening in intensity and moving to southeast China. From November 23-24, the possibility of increasing is likely to increase. strong again.
The equatorial low pressure trough from November 23 tends to lift its axis to the north, connecting with a wind convergence area in the southern region of the East Sea, potentially moving inland and affecting the weather in the South.
The meteorological agency predicts that from November 25 to 27, more rain will appear in Ho Chi Minh City, with thunderstorms occurring mainly in the evening.
At high altitude, the subtropical high pressure gradually weakened and withdrew to the east, then became stronger again and encroached on the west from November 25. At sea, the Northeast wind operates with strong intensity.
Based on the main weather patterns mentioned above, the Southern Regional Hydrometeorological Station forecasts that this week, the weather in the Ho Chi Minh City area will have little rain and a lot of sunshine. From November 25 to 27, more rain appears, thunderstorms occur mainly in the evening.
In addition, currently the Northeast wind is operating with moderate to strong intensity. Wind intensity gradually increases from evening and night in the sea off the coast of Ba Ria – Vung Tau to Ca Mau. According to the Southern Regional Hydrometeorological Station, at 2 a.m. this morning (November 21), the wind observed at coastal stations was at level 1-2, offshore station DK1-7 was wind at level 7 (15.5m/ s), level 8 shock.
It is forecasted that in the next 24 hours, the sea area of Ba Ria – Vung Tau to Ca Mau will continue to have Northeast winds operating at level 5-6, with gusts of level 6-7; waves 2-3m high; Slight sea – choppy. Around the afternoon of November 21, wave height began to decrease, waves were 1.5-2.5m high.
In the next 24-48 hours in the waters of Ba Ria – Vung Tau to Ca Mau, the Northeast wind will maintain level 5-6, with gusts of level 6-7; waves 2-3m high; Slight sea – choppy. From the afternoon of November 21, wave heights fluctuated from 1.5 to 2.5 meters.
“The level of natural disaster risk due to strong winds on the sea from Ba Ria – Vung Tau to Ca Mau, coastal and offshore areas is level 2. Strong winds and large waves pose a danger to ships and boats in these waters”- The Southern Regional Hydrometeorological Station issued a forecast.
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