After a wet Spring Festival holiday, rainy days are set to continue, with temperatures rising to 10 degrees Celsius by midweek. All that will change when a south-moving cold front arrives at the weekend.
According to the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau, post-holiday skies will remain gray and wet with drizzle or sleet in some parts. Monday’s low is expected to be 2 degrees with the high of 6 degrees.
On Tuesday, rain will persist with a 10-degree high and low of 4 degrees. Dreary drizzle will trickle on until Friday with the temperature fluctuating between 6 and 9 degrees.
Thanks to the frequent rain, the air quality will be mostly good or perfect.