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Sea breeze to bring cooler air to the city

THE heat wave is over, for now.

The Shanghai Meteorological Bureau said winds from the southeast will bring some welcome cooler air to the city over the next few days and the maximum temperature this weekend will likely be 34 degrees Celsius.

"The southeast wind will bring cooler air from the sea," said Fu Yi, one of the chief service officers of the bureau. "It won't feel so hot and stuffy and it will be comfortable in the morning with the temperature around 27 or 28 degrees."

However, Fu said the next high-temperature day with the mercury above 35 degrees is forecast on Wednesday.

Today is forecast to be cloudy with thundershowers in the morning and the temperature will range from 27 to 34 degrees. The weather will turn partly cloudy to sunny tomorrow with a low of 28 degrees and a high of 34 degrees, the bureau said.

Meanwhile, the water authority said that supply is guaranteed despite the heat.


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