China News Service, Beijing, August 11th. In early August, the southern rain temporarily stopped, the hot weather came online again, and the northern area "relayed" heavy rainfall. Meteorological monitoring shows that most of the northern areas have frequent rains this week, and rainfall in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei will reach the strongest since the flood season. At the same time, this year's No. 6 typhoon "Mikra" may make landfall in Fujian today, and there will be strong winds and rainfall in coastal areas.
On the evening of August 9, Beijing residents waded in the rain. On the same day, the Beijing Meteorological Observatory announced the precipitation (mm) between 18:00 and 23:00: the city's average is 17.9, and the urban average is 28.1. Gusts of magnitude 7 and 8 appeared in most areas, with local levels of magnitude 9 to 11. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tian Yuhao
Large-scale heavy rainfall in the north: Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei rainfall may be the strongest since the flood
In the first ten days of August, rainfall in the north became more and more frequent, and the amount of rainfall gradually increased. A new round of heavy rainfall will affect more than ten provinces.
The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that from the night of the 10th to the 13th, there will be a heavy rainfall in the eastern part of Northwest China, northern China, northeast China, and Huanghuai. Among them, southern Gansu, southern Shaanxi, northern Henan, southwestern Shanxi, northern and southern Hebei, Beijing, northern Tianjin, Liaoning and other places had heavy rains and local heavy rains.
During this round of precipitation, on the 12th, the northern rainfall will enter its heyday. There will be heavy rains in parts of the eastern northwestern region, northern and southern North China, central and southwestern Inner Mongolia, and southwestern Liaoning.
In addition, the cumulative rainfall in this round of rainfall is relatively large. The cumulative rainfall in southeastern Gansu, southwest Shaanxi, northern Beijing and western mountain areas, northern Hebei, central and eastern Liaoning is 60-120 mm, and the local area can reach 150-180 mm. . The rainfall in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Liaoning and other places will reach the strongest since the flood season.
Meteorological experts reminded that due to the impact of heavy rainfall, the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, the Haihe River, and the Liaohe River must be protected against floods and urban and rural waterlogging. At present, the No. 3 flood of the Yellow River is evolving to the middle and lower reaches. The Ministry of Water Resources discussed on the 9th to request scientific dispatch of the Xiaolangdi and Longyangxia reservoirs. At the same time of arresting flood water, taking into account the operation of reservoir sand discharge, preventing reservoir siltation, and maintaining the benign use of the project.
Some rivers in the northern region have not received water for many years. Local officials and the masses are not aware of flood control and have insufficient experience in dealing with floods. The Ministry of Water Resources requires local governments to do a good job in forecasting and early warning, dike inspections, reservoir safety during floods, and rainstorm prevention.
Typhoon "Mikra" struck. On the afternoon of August 10, the staff of the Quanzhou Maritime Safety Administration urged ships within its jurisdiction to anchor in safe waters in advance. Photo by Zeng Xiaomei
Typhoon "Mikra" may land in Fujian today
August is the month with the most typhoons in a year, with an average of 5.7 typhoons. Recently, the subtropical high has moved northward, leaving room for typhoon activity in the Northwest Pacific and South China Sea, and typhoons have become active again.
The tropical depression in the South China Sea strengthened into the sixth typhoon "Mikra" this year on the morning of the 10th. At 5 o'clock in the afternoon, "Mikra" strengthened from tropical storm to severe tropical storm. Its center is located about 390 kilometers south of Xiamen, Fujian. On the sea.
The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that "Mikra" will move northward at a speed of 25-30 kilometers per hour, and its intensity will increase. It will land on the coast of Zhangpu-Pingtan, Fujian from the morning to the morning of the 11th (23 -28 m/s, 9-10 level, tropical storm level or severe tropical storm level), the intensity gradually weakened after landing. Affected by this, from 14:00 on the 10th to 14:00 on the 11th, there will be 6-7 strong winds along the coast of Taiwan Island and Fujian, and there will be heavy to heavy rains in eastern Fujian and central and southern Taiwan, and local heavy rains (100-110 mm). The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a typhoon yellow warning at 18:00 on August 10.
At present, various parties are already arranging deployment to deal with the possible impact of the typhoon.
The Flood Control Office of Fujian Province requires that all fishing vessels operating at sea in Minnan Fishing Grounds and Minzhong Fishing Grounds must be evacuated to the port before 18:00 on the 10th; construction ships, unpowered ships, and transportation ships along the coast south of Fuzhou shall stop operating; passenger ferry boats Strictly follow the severe weather prohibition and restriction of navigation in a timely manner; all scenic spots, projects and construction sites will be closed.
At 16:00 on August 10th, the State General Defense Agency initiated the emergency response to flood prevention and typhoon level IV. The State General Defense Agency's working group has rushed to Fujian at noon on the 10th to guide and assist typhoon defense work.
Considering that Typhoon No. 6 this year will land on the coast of Fujian on the morning of the 11th, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and Liaoning will see the strongest rainfall since the flood season, and there will also be sustained heavy rains or heavy rains in the western Sichuan Basin. After comprehensive research and emergency consultation, the China Meteorological Administration initiated a three-level emergency response to major meteorological disasters, heavy rains and typhoons.
On August 10th, Chongqing citizens surfing to cool off the heat. Photo by Yang Xiaoyong
The heat is back! High temperature weather occurred in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River
As the rain belt moved northward, the heavy rainfall in the south weakened, but what followed was an unstoppable high temperature.
The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that in the next three days, there will be high-temperature weather above 35°C in Jiangnan, central and northern South China, Sichuan Basin, Jianghuai, Jianghan, and southern Xinjiang Basin. The highest temperature in some areas can reach 37-39°C, which can reach local areas. Above 40°C.
Even looking at the longer-term mid-term weather, this high temperature trend has not been alleviated. In the next 10 days, high-temperature weather with daily maximum temperatures of 35-37°C will occur in Jiangnan, Jianghuai, northeastern South China, and eastern Sichuan Basin for 4 to 8 days, with local temperatures reaching 38-40°C.
Meteorological data shows that among the provincial capital cities, Chongqing and Fuzhou are the cities with the highest high temperature days in August. Chongqing has 12.1 high temperature days in August, which is the month with the most high temperature days of the year, while Fuzhou has 10.9 days.
The hot weather in the Jiangnan area needs to be paid attention from around August 11. This is because the rain basically ceases from around the 11th, and the heat will quickly return. Not only will the northern part of the Jiangnan return to the high temperature ranks, but also Jianghuai, Jianghan and other places will immediately When it gets hot, Wuhan, Hefei, Nanjing and other places may be hit by high temperatures.
In comparison, in the north with frequent rains, there are not many high-temperature weather recently. Although the highest temperature in many places will be above 30℃, the body will still feel a little hot, but fortunately, the temperature will drop significantly when the rain is heavy. (Finish)