Cold front comes to Shang­hai on Thurs­day

Global Times – Metro Shanghai - - PULSE -

Shang­hai’s me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal au­thor­i­ties are re­leas­ing weather fore­casts seven times per day to bet­ter serve the on­go­ing China In­ter­na­tional Im­port Expo (CIIE), Xin­min Evening News re­ported Tues­day.

A me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal ob­ser­va­tion car en­tered CIIE on Novem­ber 3 to record nat­u­ral el­e­ments in­clud­ing wind speed, air pres­sure, tem­per­a­ture, hu­mid­ity and rain­fall, then send the data back to the Shang­hai Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Bureau ev­ery minute.

Its lat­est find­ings re­veal that a cold front mov­ing south­ward will bring frigid weather to Shang­hai on Thurs­day, which is ex­pected to con­tinue dur­ing the next cou­ple of days, ac­cord­ing to Shang­haifabu.

Over­cast weather fol­lowed by heav­ier show­ers will ar­rive some­time on Wed­nes­day, with tem­per­a­tures be­tween 17 C and 21 C.

The rain will stop on Thurs­day, but the city is ex­pected to see a sharp de­cline in tem­per­a­ture, with lows fore­casted to dip around 12 C to­ward the end of the week.

Fri­day will be cloudy, as Shang­hai will ex­pe­ri­ence an­other round of rain on Satur­day night.

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