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Rain and snow will develop again in the central and eastern parts tomorrow, and the temperature in many places in the south will be like a roller coaster – China News Service

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Heavy Snowfall Continues in Tibet and Xinjiang, Rain and Snow Expected in Central and Eastern China

China Weather Network reported today that there is still heavy snowfall in some areas of Tibet and Xinjiang, while central and eastern China experienced little rain and snow. Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, rain and snow are expected to develop again in a large area in the central and eastern regions.

Yesterday, parts of Tibet and Xinjiang saw heavy snowfall, while central and eastern China had minimal precipitation. Today, heavy snow continues in Tibet and Xinjiang, with rain and snow forecasted to increase in the central and eastern regions in the next three days.

The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts moderate to heavy snow in various regions, including the Ili Valley of Xinjiang, Tianshan Mountains, western Tibet, and southern Qinghai. Tomorrow, light to moderate snow is expected in southern Xinjiang, northern North China, and other areas.

The Meteorological Department has reminded the public to be cautious of the adverse effects of heavy snowfall on transportation, urban operations, and agriculture. As rain and snow develop in the central and eastern parts of the country, travelers are advised to prioritize traffic safety.

Temperature-wise, most of China experienced a rise in temperature yesterday, with warm weather continuing today. However, a cold air mass will bring a temperature drop of 4 to 6 degrees Celsius in the central and eastern regions tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. This will result in a significant temperature contrast in areas like Jiangnan and South China.

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Residents are advised to stay updated on weather changes and adjust clothing accordingly to cope with the fluctuating temperatures.

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