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Tomorrow into the "March 9" temperature is slightly higher than usual

来源:北京晚报 January 9, 2020 13:09 Source: Beijing Evening News

The newspaper (Reporter Luo Qianwen and correspondent Yu Weimin) will be controlled by high-altitude northwest air flow in the next three days, mainly sunny to cloudy weather. The highest temperature is expected to be around 5 ° C in the afternoon today. Entering the "nine nine" tomorrow, the highest temperature after tomorrow will be maintained at 4 ° C to 6 ° C, and the lowest temperature will be -7 ° C to -4 ° C, which is slightly higher than the same period of normal year.

The number of clouds in the sky on Saturday and Sunday is gradually increasing, and the maximum temperature is expected to be only 2 ° C to 3 ° C. From the analysis of current meteorological data, the possibility of snowfall in this weather process in the future is relatively small, and readers are invited to pay close attention to the near-term weather forecast.

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Why don't you feel cold when the temperature is low?

Affected by the cold air, yesterday, Beijing had a small northerly wind of the third and fourth degrees. The highest temperature was only over 2 ° C. Many citizens thought it was "too cold", but some citizens lamented that it is getting warmer in winter. How could such a contradiction arise?

Meteorological experts told reporters that -5 ° C is obviously lower than -3 ° C, but is it colder at -5 ° C than -3 ° C? This is not necessarily the case. If it catches up to the northerly wind at -3 ℃, the weather at -3 ℃ can be much colder than at -5 ℃.

"Low temperature" is an objective result. The value measured by the instrument is how much it should be, and "cold" is a subjective feeling. It is not only affected by temperature, wind, humidity, sunlight intensity, and even the feedback of different people on the weather. Will affect this feeling. Therefore, it is normal to feel that the weather is cold or winter is getting warmer.


(Responsible editor: Han Lu)

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