Cold wave brings snow to Beijing
Xinhua | 2012-11-4 11:16:50
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People walk against snow in Yanqing County of Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
People walk against snow in Yanqing County of Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
 
A pedestrian tries to hold her umbrella against strong winds in Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
A pedestrian tries to hold her umbrella against strong winds in Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
 
Photo taken on November 3, 2012 shows fallen leaves on a road near Xuanwumen of Beijing, capital of China. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
Photo taken on November 3, 2012 shows fallen leaves on a road near Xuanwumen of Beijing, capital of China. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
 
A man rides against rain on a road in Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
A man rides against rain on a road in Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
 
A citizen rides against snow in Yanqing County of Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
A citizen rides against snow in Yanqing County of Beijing, capital of China, November 3, 2012. The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) forecast on Saturday. Heavy snow will hit Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi and the mountainous areas in western Beijing, according to a posting on the NMC website. The NMC has issued a blue warning on blizzards for Saturday, the lowest level in disaster alarm after yellow, orange and red. Photo: Xinhua
 
A heavy snow hits Beijing, capital of China, early on November  4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua
A heavy snow hits Beijing, capital of China, early on November 4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua
 
House roofs are covered by snow in Beijing, capital of China, on November  4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua
House roofs are covered by snow in Beijing, capital of China, on November 4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua
 
House roofs are covered by snow in Beijing, capital of China, on November  4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua
House roofs are covered by snow in Beijing, capital of China, on November 4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua
Residents shelter from sleet under umbrellas on the Xingfu Street in Beijing, capital of China, on November 4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua
Residents shelter from sleet under umbrellas on the Xingfu Street in Beijing, capital of China, on November 4, 2012. The capital city had witnessed snowfall and sleet since Saturday night as cold current swept north China and dropped temperature. Photo: Xinhua



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