PHOTOS Chinese border city sees heaviest snowfall this autumn

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Chinese border city sees heaviest snowfall this autumn

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11:26, October 28, 2020

Mohe, China's northernmost border city, was covered in snow on Tuesday due to a new round of cold air. From Monday evening to Tuesday morning, the snowfall precipitation amounted to 7.9 mm, with over 10 cm of snow accumulating on the ground. This is also the heaviest snowfall in the city since this autumn. (Photos: China News Agency; Compiled by Wang Qin)

Mohe, China's northernmost border city, was covered in snow on Tuesday due to a new round of cold air. From Monday evening to Tuesday morning, the snowfall precipitation amounted to 7.9 mm, with over 10 cm of snow accumulating on the ground. This is also the heaviest snowfall in the city since this autumn.

Mohe, China's northernmost border city, was covered in snow on Tuesday due to a new round of cold air. From Monday evening to Tuesday morning, the snowfall precipitation amounted to 7.9 mm, with over 10 cm of snow accumulating on the ground. This is also the heaviest snowfall in the city since this autumn.

Mohe, China's northernmost border city, was covered in snow on Tuesday due to a new round of cold air. From Monday evening to Tuesday morning, the snowfall precipitation amounted to 7.9 mm, with over 10 cm of snow accumulating on the ground. This is also the heaviest snowfall in the city since this autumn.

Mohe, China's northernmost border city, was covered in snow on Tuesday due to a new round of cold air. From Monday evening to Tuesday morning, the snowfall precipitation amounted to 7.9 mm, with over 10 cm of snow accumulating on the ground. This is also the heaviest snowfall in the city since this autumn.

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