THE CLIMATE IN VIETNAM IN AUGUST
If you’re lucky, you can have plenty of sunshine days in Vietnam, even in the middle of the rainy season. Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) will have afternoon showers and thunderstorms in August. Hanoi will be very hot with heavy precipitation. Central will be sunny with only occasional rain.
The Climate in Northern Vietnam in August
Northern Vietnam and the area around Hanoi has a humid subtropical climate with four seasons; hot and humid summers and mild winters. In August, you can expect Northern Vietnam to be very hot and humid with a lot of precipitation. August in one of the wettest months in northern Vietnam.
The Climate in Central Vietnam in August
Central Vietnam has a tropical monsoon climate with typhoon/wet season and dry season. August in central Vietnam is generally pleasantly hot and dry. If you’re unlucky, there might be a chance of early typhoons in late August. August has fewer average sunshine hours than June and July. But at 218 average monthly sunshine hours in August, it’s a lot higher than the year average.
The Climate in Southern Vietnam in August
Southern Vietnam has a tropical climate with 2 seasons: wet and dry. The rainy season is still very much in effect in the south in August. August has less precipitation than June and July but fewer average sunshine hours.
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