From July 2, scorching heat will continue to spread throughout the province with the highest temperature ranging between 37 and 39 degrees Celsius and even higher in some areas.
Due to the impact of the southeastern edge of a low pressure area in the west in combination with southwest foehn winds, Hai Duong suffered from large-scale burning hot weather on July 1 with the highest heat value so far this year, according to the provincial Hydrometeorological Station.
The temperature in Hai Duong city and Chi Linh provincial town was measured at 37.2 and 36.7 degrees Celsius, respectively, at 1 pm yesterday.
It was forecast that from July 2, scorching heat would continue to spread throughout the province with the highest temperature ranging between 37 and 39 degrees Celsius and even higher in some areas.
July 2 is the hottest day this time. The temperature will stay above 35 degrees Celsius from 11 am to 4 pm every day. The natural disaster risk has reached level 1.
This heat wave will last until the end of July 5. From July 6, it will be sunny in the daytime and rainy and thundery from dusk.