Shenzhen to experience colder weather
Shenzhen residents will experience cold weather today, when the Meteorological Observatory released winter’s first yellow alert. This indicates the city’s temperature to drop to a minimum of 6 degrees due to an influence of a cold front sweeping from the North.
The cold front will affect most part of South China, ending almost a month of dry weather and having a light rainfall experienced in the afternoon. Temperature is expected to drop down 5 degrees on Friday and will rise back up on Saturday. The Meteorological Observatory reminds people to wear warm clothing and ventilate bathrooms when taking a shower to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
A snowstorm warning was also released yesterday. Stating that areas in the south of Yangtze river will get more heavy snow. Beijing and Tianjin experienced the coldest weather for the past decade when temperatures drop to minus 11 degrees, and Jilin province an minus 37 degrees drop from their temperature. Snow was seen in 53 counties in the Hubei Province and snow reached a depth of 12 ml. Weather stations said the the cities will experiences extreme weather expected to last for several days.