The weather has been wild the past few days. It's only mid-April but it's felt a lot like smothering summer. That being said, the temperatures is getting back to normal and drizzles are in the forecast, reports Shine.
Yesterday, the mercury rocketed from 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) to nearly 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit).
But don't put away your springtime wardrobe just yet. The temperature has already started to plunge. The highest temperature will gradually pummel and amount to only 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) next Monday. Meanwhile, rain showers and wind gusts will make things feel much cooler than before.
If that's not enough, fog is also making an appearance. As you may have noticed, Shanghai has been shrouded in a layer of grey fog all day. The Shanghai Meteorological Bureau issued a yellow alert for heavy fog this morning, indicating a visibility of only 500 meters. Thankfully, the fog won’t bring up air pollution. The air quality for the following days will actually be decent.
The city will soon welcome a rainy season. Showers and thunderstorms are forecast for Sunday and next Tuesday. As a result, the temperatures will be moderate. The high will be around 25 degrees Celsius and the low will be around 16 degrees Celsius. Here's a glimpse of the weather forecast for the next few days:
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