China News Service, Guangzhou, June 20 (Reporter Wang Jian) ​​At noon on the 20th, the sun was high over Guangzhou, the sun was like fire, and the temperature rose to 36°C.

Since 10:11, the high temperature yellow warning signal in Baiyun District of the city has been upgraded to a high temperature orange warning signal.

Except for Guangzhou, many places in Guangdong experienced high-temperature weather that day. As of 9:00 on the 20th, 18 high-temperature orange warnings and 81 high-temperature yellow warnings were in effect in Guangdong Province.

The weather is hot and humid, and the temperature in the whole province almost exceeds 30℃.

  The Guangdong Meteorological Bureau stated that most of the day in the province was cloudy and sunny, with hot weather, and some cities and counties in the afternoon had thunderstorms and local heavy rain.

The highest temperature in southern coastal cities and counties ranges from 31°C to 34°C, while the highest temperature in other cities and counties ranges from 34°C to 37°C.

  Meteorological experts said that during the day on the 20th and 21st, the province was still under the control of subtropical high pressure, most of which were high temperature, sunny and hot, and there would be occasional thunderstorms in the afternoon, but it is still necessary to pay attention to heatstroke prevention.

  The Guangdong Meteorological Bureau predicts that from the night of the 21st to the 23rd, as a stream of cold air moves southward, there will be a heavy precipitation process from north to south in the province, and some cities and counties will also be accompanied by strong short-term precipitation, thunderstorms and other strong winds. Convective weather.

From the 22nd, the province's high temperature gradually eased.

  Among them, from the night of the 21st to the 22nd, there were heavy rains and local heavy rains in northern Guangdong, the Pearl River Delta and eastern Guangdong, and moderate to heavy rains in western Guangdong.

The province's high temperature eased, with the highest temperature: 26°C to 29°C in northern Guangdong and northern Zhaoqing, 31°C to 34°C in Leizhou Peninsula and southern coastal cities and counties, and 29°C to 31°C in other cities and counties.

  Meteorological experts reminded that during periods of severe convective weather, attention should be paid to preventing urban and rural accumulations caused by heavy rainfall, mountain torrents and mudslides, landslides, local lightning strikes and short-term gales. At the same time, we should also seize favorable opportunities to do scientific water storage. .