People play badminton at Jihua Park, Foshan. [Photo/Dai Jiaxin]
Guangdong will be riding a rollercoaster of spring temperatures this week. The daily high will rise by about 1℃ each day hitting a high of 29℃ by Thursday, March 21st. However, this will give way to a cold front bringing a high of just 19℃ by Saturday, March 23rd.
The next three days (March 19th - 21st) will be cloudy with scattered rain and light fog in the mornings and evenings across the province, according to the Meteorological Bureau. The cold front will cross into northern Guangdong on the evening of March 21st.
A tourist takes selfie at Baiyun Mountain, Guangzhou. [Photo/Dong Tianjian]
7-Day Forecast for Guangzhou
March 19th, Tuesday, cloudy with overcast spells, light fog in the mornings and evenings, 20℃-26℃;
March 20th, Wednesday, cloudy with partial rain, light fog in the mornings and evenings, 21℃-27℃;
March 21st, Thursday, cloudy with partial rain, light fog in the mornings and evenings, 21℃-29℃;
March 22nd, Friday, overcast with moderate rain and partial heavy rain, 17℃-24℃;
March 23rd, Saturday, moderate rain to shower, 15℃-20℃;
March 24th, Sunday, cloudy with overcast spells and scattered rain, 16℃-21℃;
March 25th, Monday, cloudy with overcast spells and scattered rain, 16℃-21℃;
Canton Tower?is shrouded in fog, Guangzhou. [Photo/Wang Yuliang]
3-Day Forecast for Guangdong
March 19th, Tuesday, cloudy with overcast spells across most regions of the province, scattered rain in northern Guangdong and some regions of the Pearl River Delta;
March 20th, Wednesday, cloudy with overcast spells and scattered showers or thundershowers in northern Guangdong and most regions of the Pearl River Delta, cloudy across other regions of the province;
March 21st, Thursday, cloudy with thundershowers in Shaoguan and Qingyuan, scattered thundershowers in other regions of northern Guangdong and the Pearl River Delta region, with potential thundershowers forecast across other regions of the province.
The Meteorological Bureau has advised residents to pay attention to traffic safety during periods of low visibility.
Reported by Monica Liu
Edited by Simon Haywood