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According to the National Centre for Hydrometeorological Forecasting, the northern provinces will mostly have rain and low temperatures from February 11 to 20.

From February 11 to 13, Hanoi will have light rains at nights and early mornings. The highest temperatures will be 21-25 degrees and humidity levels will remain at 80%.

From February 14 to 15, Hanoi will continue to have rain but sunny lunchtimes and afternoons. The highest temperatures will increase to 24-28 degrees.

However, the capital's temperatures will drop to 16-19 degrees on February 15 and 16. It will have more rain until February 20.

 

From February 11 to 13, provinces in the Red River Delta will all have rains with highest temperatures of 21-25 degrees.

The temperatures keep rising to 24-28 degrees on February 14 and 15 before dropping to 16-19 degrees on February 15 and 16. The humidity level in the north will stay from 75-80%.

Dien Bien, Lai Chau and Lao Cai provinces will be sunny with highest temperatures of 27-30 degrees. They will have som rains from February 17 to 20 and a temperature of 20-23 degrees.

Lang Son Province will also have rains with a temperature of 20-23 degrees from February 11 to 13.

The weather will turn sunny with a higher temperature of 25-27 degrees on February 14 and 15. From February 16 to 20, there will be rains at night and the temperatures will be 13-15 degrees. Hanoimoi/Dtinews

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