China issues a blue alert due to a cold wave.

In Beijing on December 10th, China’s national observatory issued a blue alert, the least severe level in the country’s four-tier warning system, due to an approaching cold wave anticipated to envelop most parts of the nation. This weather system is expected to bring freezing temperatures and strong winds.

As a result of this cold wave, temperatures in certain areas of Liaoning, Jilin, Guizhou, and southern China are predicted to decrease by as much as 10 degrees Celsius between Saturday and Sunday. The National Meteorological Center (NMC) has forecasted a temperature drop exceeding 12 degrees Celsius in specific regions of Jilin during this period.

Additionally, certain areas in northern China and regions along the Yellow River and Huaihe River may experience temperatures close to or lower than the record lows for this time of the year, as per the NMC.

Moreover, the center has issued a blue alert for strong winds affecting areas including Inner Mongolia, Gansu, Hebei, Shandong, Jiangsu, Shanghai, and Zhejiang.

The NMC has cautioned that another cold wave is projected to impact central and eastern parts of the country from December 18th to 20th, leading to temperature drops of up to eight degrees Celsius.

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