The first snow of the new year hit large parts of central and eastern China Wednesday, and South China’s Guangdong is waiting for its first cold wave of the new year to come. The temperature in Guangzhou would drop gradually from 15°C-20°C on Jan. 4 to 5°C-12°C on Jan. 9 with light rain.
It’s going to be cold and wet in Guangzhou in the following week, but it’s not cold enough for a snowfall. Can you imagine what Flower City Guangzhou would look like if it snowed? Take a look at these digitally altered images to find out.