Tourists often seek dry weather in Central Vietnam during summer monsoon. However this region also gets some rainfall later on, during the fall. October and November are known for the wettest weather with rainfalls that sometimes will turn into typhoons. Such central areas as Quy Nhon and Hoi An share similar weather and are generally less cool than Hoi An.
Annually from 4 to 6 typhoons hit this area. Thua Thien – Hue usually gets the most rainfall. Severe flooding is possible for low-lying areas.The coast of central Vietnam stays warm in the fall and winter, and swimming is possible all year round.