Source: Vientiane Times
Meteorologists are forecasting a further dip in temperatures by 1-3C as well as fog and wind gusts on January 9-10.
Authorities are warning the public to be prepared for more cold weather amid health concerns.
The Meteorology and Hydrology Department says that a cold front is spreading across the country and that temperatures could drop by 1-3C with fog and rain in mountainous areas, northern regions, the Bolaven Plateau and Xaysomboun province.
In central and southern regions temperatures could also drop by 1-3C with fog and wind in the morning.
Temperatures are expected to drop overnight and morning lows of 3-7C are possible in the north-east, while the maximum temperature will range from 22-24C.
In the north-west temperatures are expected fall to 5-9C while the maximum will range from 28-30C. Temperatures in Xaysomboun province are expected to hit lows of 2-5C with highs of 19-21C.
In central regions, night and morning lows of 10-13C are forecast, while the maximum will range from 29-31C.
In the south, there will be light morning fog and the possibility of winds in some areas with expected minimum temperatures of 14-17C and highs of 30-32C.
There will be morning fog in Vientiane and temperatures could drop overnight, with an overall range of 13-32C and the possibility of occasional wind gusts.