Typhoon To Hit Coast, But Shanghai Might Stay Dry

The plum rain season came in at a relatively short 19 days this year, but that doesn’t mean things are just going to dry out, as there is a typhoon bearing down on the cost.



Typhoon Maria is moving at a speed of 30 kilometers an hour, tracking towards Taiwan. If it continues along the predicted path, it will make landfall around Fujian and Zhejiang on July 11th.



Currently, Shanghai isn’t even expecting any rain from it, just increased winds, but typhoons are tricky things. It could easily still shift, and we would be in for a much wetter time.



High temperatures are still expected throughout the week, but just be safe and keep that umbrella with you!