Cold fronts to bring rainfalls in drought-hit areas

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Frequent cold fronts in the coming 10 days would bring rainfalls to drought-hit Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Guizhou Province, China Meteorological Administration (CMA) said Sunday.

Light to moderate rains or showers are forecast in Guangxi, western Guangdong, southwestern Hubei, most parts of Guizhou, northwestern Yunnan and the northeastern part of the Western Sichuan Plateau on April 5, according to the CMA.

But apart from its northwestern region, Yunnan province, worst hit by the current drought, would see virtually no precipitation in the next 10 days, the CMA said.

The cold fronts would also cause temperature drops of 4 to 6 degrees Celsius in Inner Mongolia, northeast China, eastern part of northwest China and north China in the next three days.

From April 7 to 9, northern part of China would expect windy and sandy weather. Northern and eastern parts of Northeast China would see moderate to heavy snow during the three days.

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