China News Service, July 25th (Reporter Li Shuzheng) Typhoon "Fireworks" is coming fiercely. The orange warning signal of Shanghai typhoon and the orange warning signal of Huangpu River high tide are high.
On the 25th, at Shanghai Pudong Airport and Hongqiao Airport, all passenger inbound and outbound flights were cancelled.
The takeaway boy's battery car that was delivering in the rain was blown down by the wind, and the police assisted in picking up the dropped takeaway.
Photo courtesy of Shanghai Songjiang Police
At 8 o'clock on the 25th, the center of Typhoon No. 6 this year is only 180 kilometers away from Shanghai Dishui Lake.
On the radar chart, the eye of the "fireworks" is clearly visible.
At 20 o'clock on the 24th, the Shanghai Central Meteorological Observatory updated the typhoon orange warning signal.
This is also the first typhoon orange warning signal issued by Shanghai since the typhoon "Lichma" in 2019.
At 9 o'clock on the 25th, the Shanghai Flood Control Information Center updated the orange warning signal for the high tide level of the Huangpu River. It is estimated that the highest tide level of the Huangpu River mouth in Jiangsu Province will reach about 5.25 meters at 2:15 on the 26th.
The wind helps the rain, and the rain borrows the wind.
On the night of the 24th, due to the influence of the typhoon itself, compared with the intermittent wind and rain during the day, the wind and rain in Shencheng increased significantly.
One night the wind roared, the rain poured down, and many trees in the city had been uprooted and fell to the ground.
As of 21:00 on the 24th, more than 91 street trees have fallen down in Shanghai.
The reporter saw that at 6 o'clock on the 25th, about 200 meters west of Jinxiu Road, Bei'ai Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, a street tree had been broken by the wind and fell across Bei'ai Road.
The Pudong Traffic Police, together with the fire and maintenance departments, quickly carried out clean-up work.
At around 7 o'clock, the road resumed normal traffic.
At 6 o'clock on the 25th, about 200 meters west of Jinxiu Road, Beiai Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, a street tree was broken by the wind. Photo courtesy of Shanghai Pudong Police
Trees fell on the off ramp of G50 Xunan Road in Songjiang District, Shanghai and G1503 Ring Expressway in Jinshan District.
The traffic police will promptly clean up and deal with them in conjunction with relevant departments to eliminate hidden dangers.
Meteorological experts of the Central Meteorological Observatory reminded that the typhoon "fireworks" has the characteristics of complex path, wide range of influence, superimposed wind and rain, long on-land maintenance time after landing, and large accumulated rainfall.
It is estimated that from the 25th to the 29th, the accumulated rainfall in central and northern Zhejiang, Shanghai, southern Taiwan, southern Jiangsu, and central and southern Anhui will be 200 to 500 mm, and it can exceed 700 mm in some areas.
G1503 The tree fell down on the highway around the city, and the police coordinated with relevant departments to clean up and deal with it.
Photo courtesy of Shanghai Jinshan Police
The Shanghai Flood Control Department stated that the landing period of Typhoon Fireworks coincided with the astronomical tide, and the situation of the flood control station was very serious. As of 19:00 on the 24th, more than 120,000 flood control staff in Shanghai were on emergency duty, and more than 2,000 rescue teams were organized to be on standby; a total of 2,392 resettlement sites were implemented, and more than 66,000 people were transferred and resettled. (Finish)