China News Service, Hangzhou, July 22 (Guo Qiyu) On July 22, the Zhejiang Meteorological Department predicted that the typhoon "Fireworks" would move into the southeastern part of the East China Sea around noon on the 23rd, and its intensity would gradually increase, reaching the super typhoon level ( Level 16, 52-55 m/s), then gradually approached the coast of Zhejiang.

The Zhejiang Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters upgraded its emergency response to typhoon prevention to Level III at 12 o'clock on the 22nd.

  At 8 o'clock on the 22nd, the center of the "firework" was located on the ocean about 700 kilometers southeast of Wenling, Zhejiang. The maximum wind force near the center was 14 (42 m/s), and the lowest pressure at the center was 955 hPa.

In the morning of the same day, the "fireworks" moved less on the spot.

  The Meteorological Department predicts that the "fireworks" will move northwestward at a speed of about 5 kilometers per hour, and will land on the coast of Zhejiang from the night of the 24th to the 25th, and most likely to land along the coast of north central Zhejiang (the landing level is strong) Typhoon-level or typhoon-level), the possibility of moving northward in the sea off Zhejiang cannot be ruled out at present.

  On the morning of the 22nd, showers occurred in eastern Zhejiang, and 8-10 gusts have appeared on the coastal waters.

Affected by the "fireworks", gusts of magnitude 12 to 14 in the East China Sea and the ocean east of Taiwan from 23 to 24, and 14 to 17 magnitudes of gusts through the sea near the center of the typhoon.

The Meteorological Department predicts that the Hangzhou Bay and inland winds will gradually increase from the 23rd. On the 24th, there will be 7-9 winds in the inland plains of north central Zhejiang, and 9-12 strong winds in the coastal areas, rivers and lakes, high mountainous areas, and Hangzhou Bay.

  In terms of rainfall, affected by the periphery of the "fireworks", the rainfall in the coastal areas of Zhejiang gradually increased from 23 to 24, with some heavy rains and local heavy rains.

On the 24th, there were heavy rains in eastern and northern Zhejiang, some heavy rains, and local heavy rains in coastal areas.

  It is reported that Zhejiang Province’s anti-fingerprint requires all localities to pay close attention to the development and changes of typhoons, and to further do a good job in monitoring, early warning and forecasting, risk research and judgment, management and control, and safe transfer of personnel.