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Typhoon Megi unlikely to disturb Shanghai

SHANGHAI'S weather will remain stable this week and typhoon Megi, which has caused much trouble in the Philippines, should not bring much impact to Shanghai, local weathermen said today.

Shanghai Meteorological Bureau said the weather in the coming days should be mainly cloudy and overcast with a little rain tomorrow. Temperatures will stay between 17 degrees and 25 degrees Celsius.

Although Megi is very strong in the South China Sea, threatening Hainan and Guangdong provinces, the No. 13 typhoon this year should not bring much impact to Shanghai, said Man Liping, a spokesperson for the bureau.

After the light rain tomorrow, the city will have fine weather for three days till weekend.


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