China News Service, Guangzhou, May 11 (Reporter Wang Jian) ​​The reporter learned from the Guangdong Meteorological Bureau on the 11th that nearly half of the cities and counties in the province have been affected by heavy precipitation. The rain will continue.

As of 9:20 on the 11th, Guangdong had 53 rainstorm warnings in effect, including 7 red warnings and 12 orange warnings.

  According to the forecast of the meteorological department, it is expected that more than 60 counties (cities, districts) will experience heavy rainstorms in the next 24 hours (that is, a rainfall process with a precipitation of 100 mm to 249.9 mm in 24 hours).

In accordance with the "Guangdong Province Emergency Plan for Flood Control, Drought Prevention, Wind, Wind and Freeze Prevention" and the relevant regulations of the Guangdong Provincial General Administration of Defense, the Guangdong Provincial Three Prevention Office and the Provincial Emergency Management Department have upgraded the flood control level IV emergency response to level II at 20:00 on May 10.

  According to statistics, from 0:00 to 6:00 on the 11th, two towns and streets in Guangdong Province recorded heavy rains exceeding 250 mm, 43 towns and streets recorded heavy rains ranging from 100 mm to 250 mm, and 51 towns and streets recorded 50 mm. Rainstorms ranging from millimeters to 100mm.

Among them, the towns and streets with the largest rainfall in each city are: 255.6 mm in Heshan Town, Yangdong District, Yangjiang, 196.2 mm in Jida Street, Xiangzhou District, Zhuhai, 173.8 mm in Dapo Town, Gaozhou City, Maoming, 167.3 mm in Nanao Street, Longgang District, Shenzhen, and 126.1 mm in Jinji Town, Kaiping City, Jiangmen. mm.

  The Guangdong Meteorological Bureau reminds all citizens to keep in mind the "three defenses": rain prevention, urban waterlogging prevention, and geological disaster prevention.

Precipitation causes road congestion and increased traffic safety risks, so please allow more time on the road.

  The Guangdong Provincial Three Prevention Office and the Provincial Emergency Management Department also require all localities and departments to attach great importance to it, according to the division of responsibilities and the provisions of the plan, to carefully study and judge the disaster risk in combination with the local reality, to improve the emergency response level in a timely manner, to carry out the heavy rainfall defense work effectively, orderly and effectively, and make every effort to To ensure the safety of people's lives and property, and minimize disaster losses.