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The cold air affects the central and eastern regions of my country and there is widespread light to moderate rain in the southern region – China News Service

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China Braces for Impact of Heavy Fog and Cold Air in the Next Three Days

China News Service, March 17. The Central Meteorological Observatory has issued a warning for the East China Sea and coastal waters as heavy fog is expected to impact shipping in the region over the next three days. Additionally, attention is advised for the weather at the Garze fire scene in Sichuan, as well as rainy and snowy weather in eastern Tibet and other areas. The Sichuan-Tibet Railway is at risk of being affected by the weather, and measures are being taken to prevent traffic meteorological and geological disasters.

A cold air mass is set to affect central and eastern parts of China from the 17th to the 18th, causing temperatures to drop significantly by 4 to 8°C. Northerly winds of magnitude 4 to 6, with gusts up to level 9, are expected in some areas. Heavy fog warnings have been issued for parts of central and southeastern Fujian, northeastern Guangdong, and other regions, with visibility dropping to less than 200 meters in some places.

Light to moderate rain is forecasted for the southern regions of China, with heavy rains expected in parts of northern Hunan and other areas. Snow or sleet is predicted for eastern Tibet, northeastern Qinghai, and southern Gansu, among other places.

The detailed forecast for the next three days includes light to moderate snow or sleet in certain regions, while light rain is expected in various parts of the country. Measures are being taken to monitor and mitigate the impact of these weather conditions on transportation and infrastructure.

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As China prepares for the incoming weather patterns, the Central Meteorological Observatory continues to provide updates and warnings to ensure the safety and well-being of the population. Stay tuned for further developments as the situation evolves.

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