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December 16, 2019, 3:01 pm

Saigon’s coldest temperature falls to 18o C

(15:23:47 PM 16/01/2015)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Due to the influence of cold air from the north, the temperature in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday morning fell to 18 degrees Celsius.

 

 Saigon’s coldest temperature falls to 18o C


According to the National Center for Meteorological Forecast, the lowest temperature measured in the city previously was 21 degrees Celsius in 2008.

 

The temperature dropped due to the influence of cold air from the north. It is forecast that the temperature will be 19-21 degrees Celsius in the next one to two days, then will rise again.

 

Along with HCM City, the temperature in the southern provinces also fell yesterday. In Phuoc Long (Binh Phuoc) the temperature was 16 degrees Celsius and the lowest was in Long Khanh (Dong Nai) with 15.4 degrees Celsius.

 

Along with low temperatures, thick fog in the morning may appear in Ho Chi Minh City and southern areas.

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