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Central and East China bear the brunt of cold air

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Updated: 2016-01-18

A strong cold snap will bring temperatures down in central and eastern parts of China in the coming week, with some regions seeing heavy snow, the National Meteorology Center reported on Jan 16. And the central part of Inner Mongolia, southeastern parts of China’s Northeast, and the North are going to see a decline of 4 - 8 C, Jan 17 - 18.

Central and East China bear the brunt of cold air
Street scene from a cold Qiqihar, on Jan 17. [Photo/asianewsphoto.com]
Central and East China bear the brunt of cold air
Pedestrians enduring the cold in Qiqihar, on Jan 17. [Photo/asianewsphoto.com]
Central and East China bear the brunt of cold air
Pedestrians bundled up for a cold Qiqihar, on Jan 17. [Photo/asianewsphoto.com]

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