China News Service, Haikou, July 2 (Fu Xiaohong, Wu Chunwa, Hao Shouxi) The Hainan Provincial Government issued a secondary typhoon warning at 22:00 on the 1st: this year's No. 3 typhoon "Siamba" (strong tropical storm level), its center is located at 21:00 on the 1st At 19.3 degrees north latitude and 112.5 degrees east longitude, that is, on the sea surface about 315 kilometers southeast of Zhanjiang City, Guangdong Province, the maximum wind force near the center is 11 (30 m/s).

  The Hainan Provincial Meteorological Observatory predicts that "Siamba" will move to the northwest at a speed of 15-20 kilometers per hour, the intensity will gradually increase, and the strongest will reach the typhoon level. It will be in the area from Wenchang, Hainan to Yangjiang, Guangdong during the day on July 2 Coastal landing, the maximum possible landing area from Wuchuan, Guangdong to Xuwen (typhoon level or strong tropical storm level).

  Affected by "Siamba", Qiongzhou Strait had winds of magnitude 9-10 and gusts of magnitude 11-12 during the day from the second half of July 1st to the 3rd; Beibu Gulf and the western, eastern and southern seas of Hainan Island, the second half of July 1st On the 3rd, the wind was 8-9 during the day, and the gust was 10-12; on the 3rd night, the wind weakened to 5-6, and the gust was 7-8 during the thunderstorm.

On the sea surface near the Xisha and Zhongsha Islands, the winds were level 7 and gusts 8-9 from the second half of the 1st to the 2nd; the winds were level 5-6 and gusts 7 on the 3rd.

On the sea surface near the Nansha Islands, the wind was 5-6 from the second half of the 1st to the 3rd, and the gust was 7 during the thunderstorm.

From the second half of July 1st to the 2nd, there were heavy rainstorms on cloudy days across the island, and local heavy rainstorms.

In addition, the coastal land around Hainan Island is accompanied by strong winds of magnitude 7 to 9 and gusts of magnitude 10 to 11.

  The Hainan Provincial Flood Control, Wind and Drought Control Headquarters decided to upgrade the flood control, wind and drought emergency response level III to the flood control and wind prevention level II emergency response at 22:50 on the 1st.