China: China’s sunrises get the spotlight

China is on a tear, and it has some pretty exciting weather for the coming days.

As the sun sets on China on Wednesday, its hottest day yet, a number of countries in China’s far western province of Xinjiang will be getting a lot of sun.

The country is known for its harsh winters, but it’s also the home to the highest concentration of people who have asthma.

And the heat could be just what the world needs.

China’s capital, Beijing, is expected to be at its most heated on Wednesday.

The mercury could reach up to 45 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit), according to the Xinhua news agency.

The temperature will be much more dangerous than Beijing’s average, at a scorching 60 degrees Celsius, Xinhua reported.

“It’s a bit of a shock to everyone, but I’m just glad it’s over,” said a Xinjiang resident who gave her name as Jia.

“The sun will come up tomorrow and we’ll see how hot it gets.”

According to the city’s official weather website, temperatures in the Xinjiang region will reach a high of 36 degrees Celsius on Wednesday morning, while those in Sichuan province could reach 60 degrees on Wednesday afternoon.

China’s official Xinhua News Agency also reported that temperatures in Yunnan province could be in the mid-40s on Wednesday night.

The average high temperature in the central and eastern part of the country is around 29 degrees Celsius.

Weather experts have warned that the scorching temperatures could lead to a number other health problems, including heat stroke, bronchitis and pneumonia.

The World Health Organization has warned that there are “serious concerns” that the heat may be exacerbating asthma and bronchiolitis.

In the United States, the heat is expected by the time the sun goes down on Wednesday evening.

Temperatures in the lower 48 states will be expected to reach 40 degrees Celsius or above, with temperatures in Washington state at 30 degrees.

The sun is expected rise in the eastern United States by late afternoon and will be on the move as the sun rises over the Pacific Ocean by late evening.

The National Weather Service said temperatures will be above 40 degrees in the mountains of New Mexico, New Mexico and Wyoming.