Nam Dinh - Climate

Climate

Like most other provinces in the North Delta region, Nam Đinh features a humid subtropical climate. The average annual temperature ranges from 23-24 °C (73-75 °F). The coldest months are December and January, with average temperatures ranging from 16-17 °C (61-63 °F) and the hottest month being July, with temperatures over 29 °C (84 °F). The average annual rainfall is between 1750-1800mm (69-71 inches) per year, diviđe into two distinct seasons: rain season from May to October, and the non-rain season (or less rain season) from November to February. The total number of hours of sunlight per year averages out about 1650–1700 hours per year. The average relative humidity: 80-85%. Additionally, being next to the Gulf of Tonkin, Nam Định is normally affected by tropical storms and monsoons, with an average of 4-6 attacks per year.

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