China News Service, August 1 According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, the Central Meteorological Observatory will continue to issue tropical depression forecasts at 6 o'clock on August 1.

  The center of the tropical tropical depression in the middle of the South China Sea was located on the sea about 205 kilometers southeast of Sanya, Hainan at 5 o'clock in the morning on August 1, at 17.5 degrees north latitude and 111.3 degrees east longitude. The maximum wind force near the center is 7 (15 m/s). , The lowest pressure in the center is 998 hPa.

  It is expected that the center of the low pressure will move to the northwest at a speed of about 20 kilometers per hour, with a slight increase or little change in intensity, and it may develop into the No. 3 typhoon this year, and it will make landfall around noon on August 1. It swept across the coast of southern Hainan Island (15-18 m/s, tropical depression or tropical storm level), moved into the Beibu Gulf sea surface on the night of the 1st, and then gradually moved towards northern Vietnam.

  Gale forecast: From 8 o'clock on August 1st to 8 o'clock on August 2, there will be 6-7 strong winds in most of the South China Sea, Beibu Gulf, Qiongzhou Strait and the waters around the Xisha Islands, coastal areas of Hainan Island, coastal areas of Guangdong, and coastal areas of Guangxi. The wind force in the north and southwest, the Beibu Gulf, and the western coast of Guangdong will be level 8, and gusts can reach level 9-10.

  Precipitation forecast: From 8:00 on August 1 to 8:00 on August 2, there will be heavy rains in central and southern Guangdong, southern Guangxi, and Hainan Island. Among them, there will be heavy rains or heavy rains (50-120 mm) along the coast of southern Guangdong.