A strong cold front from Seberia will race across Northern China in 2 days, dropping temperatures as much as 4 to 14 degrees in hours, forecasted China Meteorological Administration on September 19, 2010.
According to the report, there will a 4-to-8 degrees drop in the majority parts of Northern China (the lands north to the Yangtze River). In some areas of Northeastern China, the drop could be 14 degrees. Accompanying the temperature drop are rainfalls, varying from showers to moderate rains.
So travelers heading to the northern part should consult for the detailed weather conditions in their destinations. It would be wise to take some warm clothes, raincoats (or unbrellas) and proof-skid shoes along.
Weather analysts also confirmed that Typhoon Fanapi had disembarked at 7:00 a.m. yesterday on Zhangpu County, Fujian Province. And now it is whirling in northern Guangdong Province, heading west at a speed of 20 km per hour.
Fortunately, comparing with previous moments on the Pacific Ocean, the intensity of Fanapi has weakened a lot and will not bring severe damages along its route. But big rains will cover the large area of western Fujian Province, northern Guangdong Province and eastern Guangxi Province.
For those who are traveling in or to the mentioned area, you'd better take umbrellas and proof-skid shoe for a safe journey as well as check out the local news before setting out. If you are traveling with China Odyssey Tours, you could contact with your travel consultants who will provide you the timely information and suggestion.
The (anticipated) route of Typhoon Fanabi in China
(Picture Source: China Meteorological Adminstration)