Cold spell hits C,E China
Updated: 2012-02-13 19:16
BEIJING - The National Meteorological Center (NMC) said Monday that a cold front will reduce temperatures in central and eastern China over the next three days, with temps expected to drop by as much as 8 degrees Celsius.
Northeast China, as well as some southern regions, will also see temperature readings drop by up to 10 degrees, the center said.
The NMC said the cold spell is expected to last through the week.
On Tuesday, most areas in northeast China and parts of northern China will see moderate snow, while showers will hit southwest China, according to the NMC forecast.