southern regions will be cooled down starting Monday from the effects of
Typhoon Nida, but some northern regions will experience temperatures
topping 40 C, according to weather forecasters Sunday.
China’s National Meteorological Center (NMC) Sunday morning
raised an orange alert for high temperatures, including parts of
Northwest Shaanxi Province and North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous
Those regions will experience daytime Sunday temperatures from
35-39 C, with temperatures in some regions including Xinjiang Uyghur
Autonomous Region and Hunan Province reaching 41 C.
The fourth typhoon this year, Nida is expected to bring cooler
air to the southern regions, including the middle and lower reaches of
the Yangtze River starting Monday. They will experience temperatures
slightly over 30 C by Wednesday.
Weathermen said warmer temperatures will move north and east with
increasing intensity from Sunday to Thursday, and the maximum
temperature in regions including Beijing and Liaoning Province is
expected to reach record highs, with some areas at over 40 C.
Typhoon Nida is expected to hit south China’s Guangdong Province
on Tuesday, with maximum winds of up to 162 kilometers per hour, said
NMC, warning of gale-force winds and torrential rain in coastal areas,
including Guangdong, Fujian, Hainan and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous