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Vietnam Weather in January
Vietnam is a country with more than 2000 miles of coastline and three different weather systems. Because of differences in latitude and the marked variety in topographical relief, the Vietnam weather tends to vary considerably from place to place.
Mountainous Far North
The climate in Sapa and
Vietnam’s far north-west is divided into two seasons: the dry season
runs from October to late March and the wet season runs from April
to September. It can get very cold in December and January, especially
Hanoi, Halong and North Vietnam has a distinct winter and summer
season. The cool but mostly dry winter lasts from November to April when
temperatures average 17-22°C with the coldest months being January,
February and March.
January is one of the coolest months in Hoi An with the average temperature from 19 to 23°C. The weather is pleasant with warm atmosphere and high humidity of 86%. Rainfalls is also huge with number of heavy rain.
Hue is often cooler than Hoi An, especially early in the year. In addition, with each sitting on opposite sides of a small mountain range the weather can often differ between the two greatly on any given day.
North of Nha Trang can get cool weather.
The average temperatures in the south range between 25 - 35°C year
round. Clear skies and sunshine are the norm in January.
“Typhoon season” in the Pacific is generally in May – November. On average, 27 tropical storms form in this basin every year.