China News Service, Guangzhou, August 10 (Reporter Wang Jian) ​​The Guangdong Provincial Meteorological Bureau, the Hong Kong Observatory and the Macao Geophysical and Meteorological Bureau jointly issued the "2021 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Climate Monitoring Bulletin" (hereinafter referred to as the "Bulletin") on the 10th. "").

The Bulletin is jointly compiled by the meteorological departments of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.

  The "Communiqué" pointed out that the overall climate characteristics of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area in 2021 are: high temperature, high rainfall, less drought and severe drought, strong extreme local rainstorms, and weak typhoon impact.

  According to the "Communiqué", in 2021, the average temperature in the Greater Bay Area will be 23.5°C, which is 1.0°C higher than normal and the highest since 1961; the average annual high temperature days are 39.0 days, which is 19.6 days more than normal, the highest in history; the average annual precipitation The amount is 1550.0 mm, which is 19% less than that of normal years; the flood season is late, and the "Dragon Boat Water" is 30.6% less than the same period of the previous year, but the precipitation is extreme. Among them, the 3-hour rainfall in Longhua Town, Longmen, Huizhou on May 31 broke the historical extreme value of 400.9 mm. ; Strong convective weather occurs frequently in spring and summer, and there are many thunder and lightning in May; 6 typhoons and 2 tropical low pressures affected the Greater Bay Area during the year, but none of them made landfall. In October, "Lion Mountain" and "Compasses" were successively affected, and "Rey" refreshed The record of the latest super typhoon in the Greater Bay Area was affected; the strong cold air in winter caused heavy agricultural losses; the meteorological drought was severe in stages, and the adverse impact was large; the number of haze days continued to stabilize at a low level.

  The "Communiqué" shows that in 2021, various meteorological disasters in the Greater Bay Area will cause a total of about 1.14 billion yuan in direct economic losses, and 4 people will be killed due to meteorological disasters.

In general, the climate of the Greater Bay Area in 2021 is a good climate year.

  The relevant person in charge of the Guangdong Meteorological Bureau stated that since 2018, the meteorological departments of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao have seriously performed their functions, deepened development cooperation, and jointly issued the annual "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Climate Monitoring Bulletin" to provide the public and all sectors of society with a Greater Bay Area. The latest monitoring information on the climate status of the district has played an important and active role in protecting life safety, enabling production and development, promoting affluent life, and protecting a good ecology.