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Sun to give way to drizzle

SHANGHAI'S fine weather should turn overcast and drizzly in the next few days with temperatures warming up a little before gradually heading toward zero again.

The city has seen mostly sunny skies since the Chinese Lunar New Year on Monday, but drizzle is expected from this afternoon, the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau said yesterday.

Temperatures will drop to around 2 degrees Celsius at the weekend with highs falling from today's 10 degrees to 6 on Sunday, the bureau said.

Today's low will be around 3 degrees and the temperature gap will narrow tomorrow due to the rain with a low of 5 degrees and a high of 7.

"Under the influence of the shortwave trough, there should be more clouds in the sky and drizzle should come to the city as well," said the bureau's Wu Rui.

"The weather should get better after Monday while the readings should go down."

Wu said that the temperature will drop during the drizzly days with lows expected to reach zero from Tuesday while the highs should remain at around 5 degrees.


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