BEIJING — A cold front will hit north China, bringing floating dust and strong winds, while rains will sweep south China, over the next three days, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said on March 26.
The country’s weather observatory said a cold front will hit parts of Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, as well as areas of northwest and northeast China from March 26 to 28. These regions will see floating dust and strong winds, and even sandstorms. Temperatures will drop by four to six degrees Celsius.
The NMC added that haze will shroud areas along the Yellow and Huaihe rivers, as well as north China on March 26 and 27.
Meanwhile, south China will experience rains and showers in the coming days. Rainfalls will hit parts of Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, as well as Guizhou and Hunan provinces, according to the center.