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According to Beijing Municipal Meteorological Service forecasts released at 6:00 on November 19, from November 21 to 24, a strong cold front will sweep China from west to east, affecting most areas and causing temperatures to drop by 6°C to 10°C.

Temperatures in Beijing are set to drop from the middle of this week as a result of this cold front. On November 22, level 3 or 4 north winds are expected, along with sunny skies as the clouds clear, creating noticeable wind-chill effects. On November 23, a sunny day with north winds, the maximum temperature will drop to about 4°C. It will also be sunny on November 24, with the maximum temperature dropping to about 2°C. From November 19-27, Beijing Municipal Meteorological Service expects maximum temperatures between 2°C to 15°C and minimum temperatures between -6°C to 1°C.

(Sources: Beijing Meteorological Service, Beijing Evening News, and Beijing Youth Daily)