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A new round of more extensive rain and snow will cover 60% of my country's land on the weekend

  China Weather News reported that the cold air activity was frequent this week, and it has just experienced the largest range of rain and snow since the Year of the Ox since the 24th.

Starting tomorrow (February 27), a new round of rain and snow will be launched, with a larger range than the previous round. It will cover about 60% of my country's territory on weekends. The northern part of the blizzard will refresh the largest range of rain and snow since the Year of the Ox.

At the same time, the temperature fluctuates frequently in various places, the rhythm of the transition between cold and warm is fast, and some areas will have windy and sandy weather.

  There are currently two cold air affecting my country. The previous cold air began to bring the largest rain and snow since the Year of the Ox on the 24th. The precipitation at more than 100 meteorological stations in Shanxi, Henan, Shaanxi, Shandong and other places exceeded the historical period of February. value.

  The cold air is awesome!

Two rounds of large-scale rain and snow seamlessly link up to cover 60% of the country's territory in Urumqi during the weekend. Blizzard occurred yesterday.

(Photo/Zhao Congmin)

  A new wave of cold air began to affect Xinjiang yesterday. There was heavy snow along the Tianshan Mountains and the northwest, local blizzards in Changji and Urumqi, and most of the northern part of Xinjiang dropped by 6 to 12°C. Alashankou gusts reached 11, the strongest wind 32.3 meters per second, the strength of the cold air is evident.

A new round of large-scale rain and snow covers about 60% of my country's land with blizzards in the north

  As a new wave of cold air moves eastward, starting tomorrow, a new round of large-scale rain and snow weather will "seamlessly", covering about 60% of my country's land on weekends, which is larger than the previous round of rain and snow, and will refresh the market. The largest range of rain and snow since the year.

  According to Zhang Juan, a meteorological analyst at China Weather Network, due to the replenishment of water vapor in the east, the range of rain and snow in the north will be wider this time, but the intensity of rain and snow is generally weaker than the previous one.

  There will be snow or sleet in the eastern part of Northwest China, the western and northern parts of North China, and the northeastern area. Among them, some areas in eastern Gansu, northern Shaanxi, central-eastern Inner Mongolia, western and northern North China, and northeastern regions will have moderate to heavy snow. There is Blizzard.

The main snowfall period is from the 27th to the 28th, the cumulative precipitation is 3-8 mm, the local area can reach 10-15 mm, the new snow depth is 2-6 cm, and the mountainous area can exceed 10 cm.

  There was light to moderate rain in the southern part of North China to Guanzhong in Shaanxi and most areas south of it, and heavy rain in the northern part of South China. The main rainfall period was from February 28 to March 1.

  Zhang Juan reminded that for Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Shandong and other places, the interval between two rounds of rain and snow is not long, and it is necessary to prevent the adverse effects of snowfall, snow, icing, etc. on traffic travel.

This precipitation process in the central and eastern regions is beneficial to alleviating the meteorological drought, improving the soil moisture in the winter wheat area, and reducing the meteorological fire risk level of the forest and grassland. However, winter wheat in parts of Henan and Shandong may enter the jointing period one after another, and the freezing resistance capacity will rapidly decline. The adverse effects of low temperature rain and snow on wheat.

The cold and warm change quickly, the local temperature is over 14℃, the wind and dust are coming

  In terms of temperature, the period of time affected by the cold air is different, the temperature in various places fluctuates frequently, and the rhythm of the transition between cold and warm is relatively fast.

From February 26 to March 1, the temperature in most areas north of the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River dropped by 6 to 10°C. Among them, the temperature in the central and eastern parts of Inner Mongolia and the central and northern parts of Northeast China could drop by more than 14°C.

  In the next three areas, temperatures from Northwest, North China and Northeast China will first rise and then fall.

Among them, the highest temperature in North China will be close to 15℃ today and tomorrow. From February 28th to March 2nd, the highest temperature will fall back to around 6 or 7℃.

The highest temperature in the central and southern parts of Northeast China rose to above 10℃ around the 27th, and the highest temperature will return to below 0℃ in early March.

For example, in Changchun, the highest temperature will rise to 10°C on the 27th, reaching 10°C for the first time this year. After that, the temperature will drop to -4°C again on March 1.

  The temperature increase and decrease in the south are lagging behind those in the north. Today, the highest temperature in many places in the south of the Yangtze River is only around 10°C. The temperature rises mainly tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, and the temperature begins to drop in early March.

For example, in Changsha, the highest temperature today is 7°C, rising to 16°C on the 28th, and only 11°C on March 1.

  In addition, affected by the strong cold air, the area north of the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River will have winds of force 4 to 6 and gusts of force 7 to 8, and the northern part can reach level 9 or more.

Today, strong winds mainly appear in eastern Xinjiang, western Gansu, central and western Inner Mongolia, and western North China; tomorrow they will mainly appear in Inner Mongolia and Northeast China; March 1 will mainly affect southern Northeast China, Huanghuai, and eastern seas.

  At the same time, there will be sand and dust weather in some areas. There will be blowing sand or floating dust in parts of the eastern part of the southern Xinjiang Basin in Xinjiang, western Inner Mongolia, western Gansu, Ningxia, and local sandstorms.

The impact of cold air this time can be called "omnipotent". Rain, snow, strong wind, temperature drop, sand and dust are all on the line. The public should pay attention to weather changes in time and take precautions.