Heavy smog caused by air pollution puts shadows on the beautiful scenery of Hangzhou.
Hangzhou will remain foggy since no strong cold wind will enter the city this week, local meteorologicalists said.
Six air quality monitoring stations out of the 10 in the city showed moderate pollution on Monday. Wolong Bridge Station recorded a major pollutant of PM10 while the other nine stations recorded the major pollutants to be PM2.5, airborne particles smaller than 2.5 micrometers in diameter.
A moderately strong cold wind is expected to arrive in Hangzhou on December 9 and the fog is expected to clear then, the authorities said.
Source: Hangzhou International Center