China Weather News forecasts that in the next three days, Beijing’s thunderstorms will continue to "check in" frequently. Among them, today (August 10), there will be scattered thundershowers in Beijing from afternoon to evening, the rainfall distribution is uneven, the short-term rain is relatively strong, and there are short-term strong winds and hail in the local area. Please take precautions.
Last night, severe convective weather occurred in many places in Beijing, and the rain was strong in some areas. Monitoring showed that from 18:00 on the 9th to 04:00 on the 10th, the city's average precipitation was 18 mm. The maximum precipitation occurred in the Fangshan Nanhe River, reaching 74.2 mm; the average precipitation in the urban area was 28.1 mm, and the maximum precipitation outside Chaoyang was 55.8 mm.
This morning, the blue sky of Beijing is like a wash.
It is expected that in the next three days, there will be thundershowers in Beijing, and there may be heavy rains on the night of the 12th. Specifically, in the daytime today, it turned from cloudy to overcast with scattered thunderstorms, and the wind turned from north to south at level 2 or 3, and the maximum temperature was 31°C. At night, it turns overcast to sunny, with first or second wind from south to north, and the lowest temperature is 22℃.
Tomorrow will be sunny to cloudy during the day, north to south breeze of second and third level, the highest temperature is 33 ℃. Cloudy at night turns overcast (thunder showers in the south), south to north wind with one or two winds, and the lowest temperature is 25℃.
On the 12th, it was overcast with light to moderate rain during the day, accompanied by thunder and lightning, turning north to east wind at level three or four, and the highest temperature was 30°C. From heavy rain to torrential rain (with thunder and lightning) at night, it turns cloudy, east to south wind with one or two winds, and the lowest temperature is 22℃.
Meteorological experts reminded the frequent rainfall in Beijing recently, remind the public to remember to bring rain gear when going out, and pay attention to traffic safety when traveling on rainy days. At the same time, try to avoid going to geologically fragile areas such as mountains and rivers to prevent secondary disasters.