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Warmer days after today's freeze

FREEZING weather is predicted this morning but temperatures should rise over the weekend in Shanghai forecasters said yesterday.

In the city's outskirts, the mercury will drop to zero, bringing frost as the strongest cold front this autumn hits the city, the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau said.

Morning temperatures downtown will be a little warmer at 4 degrees Celsius.

Bright sunshine will see temperatures increase to around 10 degrees in most parts of the city by noon, said Man Liping, a chief service officer at the bureau.

"In the afternoon we will feel warmer because the wind will also be weaker," Man said.

Temperatures will remain higher as the cold front is set to leave the city, she added. It will be overcast tomorrow, with a high around 14 degrees and a low of 9 degrees.


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