The whole city is full of "Snow Rong Rong"!

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  Today, Beijing ushered in the first snow of the Year of the Tiger. When they woke up, netizens were pleasantly surprised to find: Huh?

Why "the whole city is full of snow"?

True "Snow Rong Rong"

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Image source: China Weather Network

"Xue Rongrong" with the fake

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Some southern netizens also cried: You are all liars!

  How big is the snow that has achieved "one snow per capita"?

  It even affected the Zhangjiakou debut of "Frog Princess" Gu Ailing!

  According to official sources, the women's freestyle skiing women's slope slalom skills qualifying competition for the Beijing Winter Olympics, which was scheduled to be held at 10 am this morning, has been postponed and will not be held today.

Chinese players Gu Ailing and Yang Shuorui will participate in the competition.

Screenshot of the official website of the Beijing Winter Olympics

playing field.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Zhai Yujia

  Netizens have also released their own snow scenes, and the city of Beijing has been covered in silver:

On February 13, Beijing saw its first snowfall in the Year of the Tiger.

Image source: Visual China

On February 13, Beijing saw its first snowfall in the Year of the Tiger.

Photo by Zhang Yanling

On February 13, Beijing saw its first snowfall in the Year of the Tiger.

Image source: Visual China

On February 13, Beijing saw its first snowfall in the Year of the Tiger.

Photo by Zhang Yanling

Image source: China Weather Network

Image source: China Weather Network

  In fact, this heavy snow is not only in Beijing. According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, from 8:00 on February 13 to 8:00 on the 14th, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Hebei, Tianjin, Liaoning, Xinjiang... These places are likely to usher in heavy snow. .

  Shanxi Datong netizens exposed the heavy snow in their city:

Datong, Shanxi ushered in heavy snow.

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Datong, Shanxi ushered in heavy snow.

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  Hohhot and Xingtai are also snowflakes fluttering:

  Shijiazhuang also ushered in a world of ice and snow:

  Tianjin netizens joked that they are gradually moving towards the freedom of "Bingdundun":

  According to the weather bulletin of the Central Meteorological Observatory, in the next three days, there will be significant snowfall in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shanxi and Inner Mongolia, and the depth of local new snow accumulation can reach more than 6 cm.

So when will the snow fall?

  Zhou Ying, a meteorological analyst at China Weather Network, said that the eastward movement of cold air, coupled with the arrival of the short-wave trough in North China, strengthened the dynamic conditions, and with the help of easterly winds, it is expected that snowfall in Tianjin, Shijiazhuang and other places will cease until the morning of the 14th. There will still be snowfall next week.

  Zhang Yingxin, chief forecaster of the Beijing Meteorological Observatory, also said that it is expected that there will still be significant snowfall in Beijing until 23:00 on the 13th, and the snowfall will gradually weaken and end after 3:00 on the 14th.

  Is it snowing at your house?

Have you found your "Xue Rongrong"?

Or, get dressed and go downstairs now, and pinch your own "Bingdundun"!

Netizens made "Bingdundun" pictures from netizens

  The article is integrated from China News Network, the Central Meteorological Observatory, netizen comments, etc.

  Arrangement: Zhang Yanling

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