A fresh cold snap will hit most parts of China in the coming three days, according to the National Meteorological Center's forecast on Wednesday.

The cold snap is moving west to east. It will bring snow, strong winds and temperature drops of around 8 degrees Celsius to Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Snow will hit most parts of Inner Mongolia autonomous region, North China and Northeast China.

Most areas south of the Yellow and Huaihe rivers will see precipitation.

Meanwhile, tropical storm Wukong (local name Quinta) landed in Leyte in the eastern Philippines around midnight on Tuesday and is moving northwest.

It is expected to enter the southern parts of the South China Sea between Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

Source: Xinhua