China Weather News Today (April 9), Beijing has increased cloud cover and temperature has dropped slightly. The highest temperature during the day is 18°C and the lowest temperature at night is only 6°C.
The temperature difference between day and night is large, and the body feels cooler in the morning and evening. The public should pay attention to adding or removing clothing in time.
The temperature in Beijing has risen steadily over the two days of the weekend, and it may break through 20°C again on Sunday.
Yesterday during the daytime, Beijing was mainly sunny, and the highest temperature in the southern suburbs observatory was 19.5℃, which was warm.
This morning, the amount of cloudiness in Beijing's sky increased.
Today, the cloud cover in Beijing has increased and the temperature has dropped slightly.
The Beijing Meteorological Observatory issued a weather forecast at 6 o'clock this morning. It is expected that it will be cloudy during the day, with winds from north to south at second and third levels, with a maximum temperature of 18℃; at night, cloudy, with south to north winds at one or two levels, and a minimum temperature of 6℃.
Recently, the temperature difference between day and night in Beijing is quite large. Today, the temperature difference between day and night will exceed 10℃. Sooner or later, the body feels cooler. The public please adjust your dress appropriately to beware of colds.
Over the two days of the weekend, Beijing is dominated by cloudy and overcast, and the temperature rises steadily, with a maximum temperature of 18°C to 21°C and a minimum temperature of 11°C to 13°C.
Meteorological experts reminded that the overall pollen concentration is currently at a very high level, mainly poplars, ash trees and cypresses. People who are sensitive to sensitivity should take more protection when going out and stay away from areas with lush flowers, plants and trees.
At the same time, the annual poplar and willow catkin season is here, so please take personal protection and don't light the catkin with fire.Keywords: