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Shanghai to Be Hit by Storm

A thunderstorm will hit Shanghai on Monday, according to the weather bureau.

The rain, which will be caused by the peripheral cloud system of Nuri is expected to keep temperatures at about 30 degrees Celsius.

Rainstorms may hit the southern area of the city, where the daily maximum will be steady at 28 degrees, the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau said.

Although Nuri has reduced to a tropical low, the cloud system around it had combined with a southwest monsoon, which will bring rain or thunderstorms to the lower valley of the Yangtze River, the bureau explained.

From tomorrow, cloudy to sunny skies are expected in the city, with the temperature rising back to 31 to 32 degrees, forecasters said.

(Shanghai Daily August 25, 2008)

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