Typhoon "Siamba" landed in 10 districts of Guangzhou, Dianbai yesterday, and issued a typhoon warning. There will be continuous rainfall in Guangzhou for the next three days.

  Guangzhou Daily News (all media reporter Li Tianyan, Yekas correspondent Qingyu) Around 15:00 yesterday, this year's No. 3 typhoon "Siamba" made landfall in the coastal area of ​​Dianbai, Maoming, becoming the first typhoon to land in Guangdong this year. The first typhoon to make landfall in my country.

In response to the typhoon, the Provincial Defense Director General upgraded the emergency response from level III to level II. Guangzhou moved people from dangerous areas, dilapidated buildings and construction workers ahead of schedule. All 1,313 fishing boats returned to the port to take shelter from the wind, and all fishing raft operators and offshore wind power platform construction workers went ashore. Moved to a safe area, the cruise ship in Nansha Wetland Scenic Area is suspended.

In the next three days, the rainfall in Guangzhou will continue.

  The reporter learned that when the "Siamba" landed, the maximum wind force near the center was 12 (35 meters per second, equivalent to 126 kilometers per hour), and the minimum pressure in the center was 965 hPa.

"Siamba" moved north-westward at a speed of 15 to 20 kilometers per hour, and its intensity gradually weakened.

Affected by "Siamba", since the afternoon of July 1, there have been heavy rains to heavy rains in cities and counties in the western part of the Pearl River Delta and cities and counties in western Guangdong. (Thunder) Showers and localized heavy rain.

  According to meteorological and hydrological monitoring, from 14:00 on July 1 to 14:00 on July 2, the average rainfall in Guangdong was 27.9 mm, 95 towns and streets recorded heavy rains of more than 100 mm, and 255 towns and streets recorded heavy rains ranging from 50 mm to 100 mm. , Duanfen Town, Taishan, Jiangmen recorded the province's maximum rainfall of 206.5 mm.

During the day on the 2nd, there were average winds of magnitude 10 to 12 and gusts of magnitude 13 to 14 on the sea surface and land along the coast of western Guangdong. There were average winds of magnitude 7 to 9 and gusts of magnitude 10 to 11 on the sea outside the Pearl River Estuary. There were strong winds of magnitude 6 to 8.

  Yesterday morning, "Siamba" approached western Guangdong.

According to the relevant provisions of the "Guangdong Provincial Emergency Plan for Flood Control, Drought Prevention, Wind and Freeze Prevention", the provincial general defense department upgraded the emergency response from level III to level II at 8:30 yesterday.

  Affected by "Siamba", 10 districts in Guangzhou issued typhoon warnings.

Among them, Yuexiu, Tianhe, Liwan, Haizhu, Huangpu, Baiyun, Panyu and Nansha districts issued blue typhoon warnings, and Zengcheng and Huadu districts issued typhoon white warnings.

Typhoon Signal No. 4 in Areas 1 and 2 of Guangzhou Port takes effect, and Typhoon Signal No. 3 in Areas 3 and 4 takes effect.

  The typhoon brought strong winds and heavy rain to Guangzhou.

Yesterday afternoon, multiple districts issued a rainstorm warning. The city's three defense headquarters started a four-level emergency response to rainstorm and waterlogging from 14:15 yesterday. defense.

  As of 12:00 on the 2nd, Guangzhou has transferred 47 people from dangerous areas, 216 people from dangerous houses and construction workers in advance, all 1,313 fishing boats have returned to the port for shelter, and 4 seaside scenic spots and bathing places have been closed. risk management measures.

  At 22:00 yesterday, the "Siamba" center had moved out of Guangdong into Guangxi, and the intensity continued to weaken.

It is expected that there will be heavy to heavy rains in some cities and counties in western Guangdong, the western part of the Pearl River Delta and some cities and counties in eastern Guangdong today, and there will be heavy to heavy rains in Shaoguan and Qingyuan.

  The reporter learned last night that the provincial defense general changed the emergency response of level II for wind prevention to level III for flood control at 23:00.