A new round of heavy rainfall in the south enters the strongest period today. "Steaming" in Jiangnan and South China will not go offline
A new round of heavy rainfall has been kicked off again. It is estimated that today (14th) to 16th, the eastern part of Southwest China, Jianghan, Jianghuai and other places will fall into the "wheel war" mode of heavy rainfall again. The strongest period is today and tomorrow. Today, most areas will experience heavy rains, and even heavy rains may occur locally. In terms of temperature, the "power" of the subtropical high does not decrease, and the high temperature "steaming" in Jiangnan and South China does not go offline.
Jianghuai River Hanqiang rain "wheel war" and then start north China northwest and other places thunderstorms
Since July, my country's heavy rainfall process has been round after round. After experiencing a very short rainfall interval, a new round of heavy rainfall will start again. The range of heavy rainfall yesterday was relatively small, mainly concentrated in central and western Yunnan, western Sichuan Basin, northern Chongqing, along the river in Anhui, southwestern Jiangsu, central Jiangxi, and central Hainan Island.
According to the forecast, a new round of heavy rainfall will enter its strongest period in the next two days. It is expected that there will be heavy rains and local heavy rains in the eastern part of the southwestern region, Jianghan, Jianghuai, and northern Jiangnan. The cumulative precipitation can reach 200-300 mm.
Specifically, it is expected that today, there will be moderate to heavy rain in parts of southern and western Qinghai, southeastern northwest, northwest southwest, western Huanghuai, Jianghan, most of Jianghuai, western Yunnan, and western Hebei. Among them, the Sichuan Basin There are torrential rains in parts of northeast and central China, western Chongqing, southern Shaanxi, southern Henan, northeastern Hubei, central Anhui, southwestern Jiangsu, and northwestern Yunnan, and there are local heavy rains (100-150 mm).
On July 15, parts of eastern Tibet, eastern Qinghai, southern Gansu, northern southwest, southern Shaanxi, most of Jianghan, southern Jianghuai, and northeastern Jiangnan experienced moderate to heavy rains. Among them, northeastern and southern Sichuan Basin, There are heavy rains in parts of northern and southeastern Chongqing, southern Shaanxi, eastern Hubei, central and southern Anhui, southern Shanghai, northern Zhejiang, southern Taiwan, and other places, and there are local heavy rains (100-180 mm).
On July 16, there were moderate to heavy rains in parts of northwestern China, eastern Tibet, western and northern Yunnan, northern southwest, southeastern northwest, western Huanghuai, western and northern Jianghan, western and southern Jianghuai. In parts of eastern and southern Sichuan, Chongqing, northeastern and northwestern Yunnan, southern Shaanxi, northwestern Hubei, southern Henan, western and southern Anhui, and central Inner Mongolia, there are heavy rains and local heavy rains (100-230 mm) .
It is understood that since June this year, there has been continuous heavy rainfall in the south, and the average surface rainfall along the main stream of the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River has exceeded the sum of the years from June to August, and the soil is basically saturated. On July 12, the level III emergency response of the State General Flood Control was upgraded to level II, and the subsequent round of heavy rainfall will cause great pressure on the flood control, especially in western Anhui and northeastern Chongqing. In the next three to four days, we must pay attention to geological and torrential weather risks and take protective measures. In addition, some tributaries of the Taihu River network also have the meteorological risk of exceeding the water retention level, which requires special attention.
In northern China and the northwestern regions, thunderstorms are frequent and rainfall is unevenly distributed. It is estimated that in the next two days, heavy rain or heavy rain will also appear in the eastern Qinghai and central Hebei areas, accompanied by strong convective weather such as short-term heavy precipitation, thunderstorms, strong winds, and hail. Remind the public in the above-mentioned areas to pay attention to the latest local warning and forecast information to prevent the adverse effects of strong convective weather.
South China and South China continued high temperature and sultry temperature
In terms of temperature, under the influence of rainfall, the temperature from north China and northwest to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River is mainly low, especially in the areas of Jianghan and Jianghuai. For example, in Hefei and Nanjing, the maximum temperature will only be around 25℃ in the next three or four days. Starting in Shanghai and Hangzhou, the maximum temperature will drop to this level. The average maximum temperature of these cities in mid-July There are about 32℃ to 33℃, so the same period of this year is obviously low.
However, it belongs to the south, and it is also "a few cool and hot". For example, it is still difficult to get rid of the high temperature and sultry state this week in central and southern Jiangnan and most of South China. Changsha, the provincial capital of Hunan, may usher in its first since this year. On high-temperature days, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Haikou and other places will also continue to have high-temperature weather, especially in Fuzhou. The highest temperature may reach 40°C in these two days, a veritable "braking mode". Here, I also remind my friends in the above-mentioned areas that recent heatstroke prevention and hydration is the key, and try to avoid high temperature periods when going out to avoid physical discomfort such as heat stroke.