Cool and wet this week

Forecasters warn heavy rain is coming due to a typhoon that is due to land in Fujian Province on Thursday.
Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE
Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE

This week will be cloudy and then wet, forecasters said.

The intermittent downpours that started on Sunday evening, will end on Tuesday as the subtropical high is gaining its strength.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be cloudy, with temperatures ranging from 23 to 29 degrees Celsius, according to Shanghai Meteorological Bureau.

Showers may hit the city again on Wednesday night under the peripheral influence of Typhoon Talim, which is expected to land in Taiwan on Wednesday and in Fujian Province on Thursday.

It will be raining cats and dogs on Thursday and Friday, according to the forecasters. As a result, the high temperature will drop to 26 degrees. The rain may stop on Saturday afternoon.

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