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Weather and climates of Vietnam

Vietnam is located entirely within the tropical belt of the half-bridge, in favor of the tropics rather than the equator. That position has given Vietnam has a high temperature base.
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 Vietnam is located entirely within the tropical belt of the half-bridge, in favor of the tropics rather than the equator.
 
That position has given Vietnam has a high temperature base. The average temperature from 22ºC to 27ºC year. Annually, there are about 100 rainy days with average rainfall from 1,500 to 2,000mm. Air humidity around 80%. The number of hours of sunshine between 1500-2000 hours, annual average radiation 100kcal / cm².
 
Monsoon mode also makes the nature of the natural tropical Vietnam humidity changes. In general, Vietnam has a hot rainy season and a cold season, little rain. On this general background temperature, the climate of the northern provinces (from Hai Van Pass to the north) change over the four seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.
 
Vietnam strongly influenced by the northeast monsoon, the average temperature should be lower than average temperatures in many other countries in Asia the same latitude. Compared to these countries, Vietnam temperatures colder winter and hotter summer less.
 
Given the influence of monsoon, more complex topography, Vietnam's climate is always changing during the year, from the middle of this year to year and between different place to place (from North to South and from low to high).
Update : 04-05-2016

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