China Weather News Today (September 21) is the Mid-Autumn Festival. Most areas of my country are less clouded, which is good for watching the moon at night. However, there are still rainy effects in Northeast China, western Sichuan Basin and other places. At the same time, the temperature difference between day and night in the north is relatively large. Great, you need to keep warm when you go out at night to admire the moon. The south is still hot.

In addition, starting tomorrow, a new round of rainfall will develop again in Sichuan, Shaanxi and other places.

Most areas of Mid-Autumn Festival should enjoy the moon, and a new round of rain will come online tomorrow

  From the night of the 17th, Sichuan Basin, Huanghuai, North China and other places encountered a round of heavy rainfall. The local rainfall in Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Hebei and other places exceeded the historical extreme value of September.

Yesterday, the heavy rainfall area gradually moved eastward. There were heavy rains in northeastern Hebei, northeastern Beijing, southeastern Inner Mongolia, central Jilin, central and western Liaoning, Liaodong Peninsula, Shandong Peninsula and other places. Shenyang, Fuxin, Chaoyang, Jinzhou, Liaoning Heavy rains occurred in parts of Panjin, Anshan, Huludao, Dalian and other places, and local heavy rains along the coast of Huludao.

  Today is the Mid-Autumn Festival, and our country has had the custom of admiring the moon since ancient times.

The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that the rainfall process is basically over today, and most of the country has less cloud cover. The weather conditions are conducive to watching the moon at night. However, there will be moderate to heavy rains in some areas of southeastern Inner Mongolia, central and southern Heilongjiang and other places.

  Starting tomorrow, a new round of rainfall will strike again. It is expected that from 22 to 26, there will be moderate to heavy rains from west to east in the Sichuan Basin, Hanshui River Basin, southern North China, Huanghuai, and northern Jianghuai, and heavy rains in some areas.

  Among them, tomorrow is also the first working day after the Mid-Autumn Festival. It is expected that there will be moderate to heavy rains in parts of southern Gansu, central Shaanxi, southwestern Shanxi, and northwestern Sichuan Basin. Among them, southeastern Gansu, central Shaanxi, and northwestern Sichuan Basin are expected. Heavy rains occurred in parts of other places.

  Meteorological experts reminded that the new round of rainfall will last longer and the public should pay attention to the latest nowcasts.

At the same time, Henan, western Shandong, southern Hebei and other places have more rainfall, and geological disasters are lagging, and the public needs to take precautions.

Rains stop in the north, the temperature rises, southern China and southern China have frequent high temperatures

  With the weakening of rainfall, the temperature in Northwest, North China, Huanghuai and other places will usher in a rapid rebound. The highest temperature in many places will rise to about 30℃ from 21 to 22.

However, the cloud cover will decrease after clearing, and the temperature difference between day and night will increase. The temperature difference between day and night is generally above 10°C.

In the eastern and northeastern regions of Inner Mongolia, the rainfall will continue, the temperature will be weak, and the body will still feel cooler.

It coincides with the Mid-Autumn Festival night to admire the moon, so keep warm when you go out.

  In the south yesterday, under the influence of cold air and rainfall, the temperature dropped slightly, but this time the temperature drop was short-lived. Starting today, the area with the highest temperature above 30°C will expand rapidly, and there are still high temperatures in Jiangnan and southern China. The heat in the south before the end of the month does not seem to be alleviated. For example, Nanchang may have high temperatures for 5 consecutive days starting on the 22nd. The public still needs to pay attention to heatstroke prevention and sun protection.