The temperatures within the north area from March 11-20 are anticipated to be increased than the many-year common by 0.5 levels Celcius.
In the meantime, sizzling days are predicted to happen within the southern area, particularly within the second half of March.
MJO (Madden-Julian Oscillation) – the dominant mode of intra-seasonal variability within the tropical troposphere, has the potential to contribute to a rise of native rainfall and showers in southern coastal areas within the first 10 days of the month, the centre mentioned.
Notably, saltwater is prone to intrude upstream of the Mekong River on the highest-level from March 1-5, and between March 14-19.
Localities within the southern area are suggested to maintain up to date on hydro-meteorological forecasts, and take proactive measures to manage saline intrusion.