|Hanoi, VN||28°C scattered clouds|
Wind 2 m/s, ESE
Pressure 762.82 mmHg
|thu nov 26||26/23°C||3 m/s, E||68%||765.07 mmHg|
|fri nov 27||25/22°C||3 m/s, NE||63%||767.32 mmHg|
|sat nov 28||22/21°C||4 m/s, NNE||58%||768.07 mmHg|
|sun nov 29||21/20°C||4 m/s, NNE||53%||768.07 mmHg|
|mon nov 30||21/20°C||4 m/s, NNE||51%||768.82 mmHg|
|Ho Chi Minh City, VN||32°C broken clouds|
Wind 2 m/s
Pressure 756.06 mmHg
With a variety of altitudes and latitudes there’s always somewhere that is pleasantly sunny and warm if you’re prepared to search for it.
The weather usually is hot and humid, around the low 30°Cs (high 80°Fs), but if you head north and along the coast they cool down to comfortable temperatures towards January. The weather is determined by two monsoons; the winter monsoon comes from the northeast between October and March bringing wet chilly winters to all areas north of Nha Trang, but dry and warm temperatures to the south. From April or May to October, the southwestern monsoon brings warm, humid weather and buckets of rain to the whole country except for those areas sheltered by mountains.
In Hanoi there are four distinct seasons: Spring, summer, autumn, and Winter. But it is possible to divide the climate here into two main seasons: the rainy season from May to September (it’s hot, heavy rain), and the dry season is from October to April (it is cold with very little rainfall).