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Vietnam is influenced by the storm, that is the reason the normal temperature is lower than alternate nations which are found in the same longitude in Asian. In contrasting and these nations, the temperature in winter is colder and in summer is less hot in Vietnam. The yearly normal temperatures range from 22oc to 27oc. Notwithstanding, the normal temperature is diverse in every spot. In Hanoi the normal temperature is 23oc, in Ho Chi Minh City 26oc and 25oc in Hue. A few spots like Dalat and Sapa have a greatest temperature of 20oc in the mid year.

Consistently there are 100 stormy days and the normal precipitation is 1,500 to 2,000mm. The stickiness runs around 80%. The sunny hours are 1,500 to 2,000 and the normal sun based radiation of 100 kcal/cm2 in a year.
The rainstorm atmosphere additionally impacts to the progressions of the tropical stickiness. All in all, in Vietnam there are two seasons, a hot and blustery season (from May to October), and a frosty season (from November to April the following). However the four different seasons are most obvious in the Northern territories (from Hai Van Pass to the north): spring, summer, fall, and winter.
HA NOI 
In Hanoi there are four unique seasons: spring, summer, pre-winter, and winter. Be that as it may it is conceivable to compass the atmosphere here into two fundamental seasons: the blustery season from May to September (its hot, substantial downpour), and the dry season from October to April (its frosty, little precipitation). The yearly normal temperature is 23.2oc, yet in winter the normal temperature is 17.2oc. The least temperature ever recorded was 2.7oc in 1955. The normal summer temperature is 29.2oc, with the most elevated ever recorded being 42.8oc in 1926. By and large, there are 114 stormy days a year with around 1,800 mm of precipitation.
HAI PHONG 
It’s one area in the North then Hai Phong is affected by a tropical rainstorm atmosphere as well. There are 4 seasons and the yearly normal temperature is between 23 oc and 24oc. Precipitation add up to somewhere around 1,600 and 1,800 mm. The climate is warm all through thee year.
QUANG NINH 
The atmosphere is typical of the atmosphere of North Vietnam; offering every one of the four seasons. In summer (from May to September), its hot, damp and stormy, while storms prosper. In winter (from October to April), its frosty, dry, and sees little precipitation. The normal temperature is in excess of 25oc. Yearly precipitation adds up to somewhere around 1,700 and 2,400 mm.
HUE
It offers a tropical rainstorm atmosphere, emphasizing each of the four unique seasons: spring, summer, pre-winter and winter. The spring is cool and warm, the mid year is hot, the harvest time is cool and the winter is chilly. Normal temperature of 25oc. The best time for sightseers is from November to April one year from now.
DA NANG 
Its atmosphere is tropical, with two unique blustery and dry seasons. The normal yearly temperature is somewhere around 28oc and 29oc, and storms hit the region consistently in September and October.
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DA LAT 
The atmosphere here is chilly, with a normal yearly temperature of 18oc. Dalat is a city town, the atmosphere is temperature and there are the excellent characteristic scenes with the waterfalls, lakes and pine forests, and is well known as Vietnam’s blossom city.
The atmosphere is traversed into two seasons, with the blustery season enduring from May to November. The normal yearly temperature is 27.5oc without winter, and yearly precipitation adds up to 1,979 mm. Tourism is advantageous for each of the 12 months of the year.
VUNG TAU
The atmosphere here is tropical storm. The normal yearly temperature is 27.0oc, once in a while stormy, rich in daylight. Vung Tau is without winter so resorts can dynamic as the year progressed.

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