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Cold snap ends as mercury rises

The mercury climbed back to double figures yesterday, ensuring warmer climate while bidding goodbye to the brief cold snap.

The highs will bump up to 15 degrees Celsius today and 17 degrees tomorrow, with lows of 6 and 8 degrees respectively.

But temperature is expected to drop again on Sunday with a high of 10 degrees and a low of 4 degrees Celsius due to a weak cold air from the north.

Not much change in temperatures is expected on Monday with mercury ranging between 3 to 11 degrees with Tuesday even warmer.

Dry condition with a mix of clouds and sun are likely to last through next Monday as high pressure persists.

Good air quality is forecast for today with the air quality index between 60 and 80. It will be the fourth day with the AQI recorded below 90.

People can access the weather information of the cities in China and on expressways at bus stations.



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