11/12/2020 16:48:01 (GMT +7)
 
 
 
 

Hanoians bundle up as capital endures first cold period of the winter

The first cold spell of the winter has forced the residents of Hanoi to wrap up in an extra layer of clothing in an effort to stay warm amid the arrival of chilly weather conditions.

With the capital forecast to endure temperatures of between 15 degrees Celsius and 18 degrees Celsius, local people must dig into their wardrobes before heading out in order to retrieve a coat for the cold weather.
With the capital forecast to endure temperatures of between 15 degrees Celsius and 18 degrees Celsius, local people must dig into their wardrobes before heading out in order to retrieve a coat for the cold weather.
Residents enjoy participating in sports activities as normal around Ho Guom, also known as Sword Lake, despite facing up to the chilly weather conditions.
Residents enjoy participating in sports activities as normal around Ho Guom, also known as Sword Lake, despite facing up to the chilly weather conditions.
Elderly people wear jackets while taking part in their morning exercise routine.
Elderly people wear jackets while taking part in their morning exercise routine.
An old woman wraps up tight in woolen hat and scarf whilst rubbing her hands to deal with the cold weather.
An old woman wraps up tight in woolen hat and scarf whilst rubbing her hands to deal with the cold weather.
The first cold period of the winter has hit much of the northern and north-central region, including Hanoi, with temperatures dropping to as low as 15 degrees Celsius at night before rising to 23 degrees Celsius during the day. Elsewhere, temperatures in mountainous area have fallen particularly low to below 10 degrees Celsius.
The first cold period of the winter has hit much of the northern and north-central region, including Hanoi, with temperatures dropping to as low as 15 degrees Celsius at night before rising to 23 degrees Celsius during the day. Elsewhere, temperatures in mountainous area have fallen particularly low to below 10 degrees Celsius.
A view of Hanoians going about their daily business on Hang Duong street in Hoan Kiem district at 6:30 a.m.
A view of Hanoians going about their daily business on Hang Duong street in Hoan Kiem district at 6:30 a.m.
 
A father jogs next to his son who cycles through Hanoi’s Old Quarter at 6 a.m. on November 29.
A father jogs next to his son who cycles through Hanoi’s Old Quarter at 6 a.m. on November 29.
A family from Ho Chi Minh City pay a visit to their relatives in Hanoi. They enjoy a stroll on Hang Giay street in Hoan Kiem district whilst enjoying winter in the capital.
A family from Ho Chi Minh City pay a visit to their relatives in Hanoi. They enjoy a stroll on Hang Giay street in Hoan Kiem district whilst enjoying winter in the capital.
A man drinks a hot cup of tea during the winter’s first cold spell.
A man drinks a hot cup of tea during the winter’s first cold spell.
A street vendor works hard and does plenty of business amid the chilly weather conditions.
A street vendor works hard and does plenty of business amid the chilly weather conditions.
An elderly couple happily sit together as they stay warm in the winter.
An elderly couple happily sit together as they stay warm in the winter.

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