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October 19, 2013

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City may embrace autumn at long last

The average temperature today may be lower than 22 degrees Celsius for the fifth day, which will mark Tuesday as the arrival of the meteorological autumn, forecasters said.

The mercury is forecast to range from 19 to 23 degrees, with the average temperature at 21 degrees.

The temperature yesterday hit a high of 22.5 degrees in the key Xujiahui weather station, 2.6 degrees higher than the high of 19.9 degrees midweek.

Today is likely to be warmer and humid due to an easterly moisture flow with brief drizzles lingering across eastern and southern areas of the city. Skies will be mostly overcast and cloudy.

The temperature from tomorrow to the middle of next week will hover between 17 and 22 degrees with expected cloudy weather.

“Two weak cold air fronts are expected to sweep through the city next week,” Man Liping, a forecaster at the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau, said. “But overall, there will be no obvious change in temperature.”



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