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China Meteorological Administration: Temperatures in the south will gradually rise after March, and the possibility of large-scale freezing rain and icy roads is small – Nanfang Net

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China Meteorological Administration Forecasts Gradual Rise in Temperatures in the South after March

The China Meteorological Administration has recently announced that temperatures in the southern region of the country are expected to gradually rise after the month of March. According to the administration, there is little chance of widespread freezing rain and road icing in the upcoming weeks.

In response to concerns raised by People’s Daily Online, the administration also emphasized the need for precautions during the spring plowing and sowing season in March. Cold air is expected to be active in stages during this time, and farmers are advised to take necessary measures to protect their crops.

Furthermore, the National Meteorological Center reported that there were 5 major cold air processes that were active in phases in March. However, the administration reassured the public that the possibility of large-scale freezing rain and road icing in the south is relatively low.

Overall, the China Meteorological Administration is closely monitoring the weather patterns and providing regular updates to ensure the safety and well-being of the population, especially during the transitional period between winter and spring.

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