Chongqing, September 9 (Reporter Liu Xianglin) The reporter learned from the office of Chongqing Flood Control and Drought Control Headquarters on the 18th that in order to cope with the upcoming heavy rainfall weather process, the Chongqing Flood Control and Drought Control Headquarters has launched the city's flood control level IV emergency response.
According to the forecast of Chongqing Meteorological Department, due to the combined influence of southwest vortex and cold air, it is expected that on the night of the 17th, there will be showers in some areas of Chongqing, and heavy rain in some townships in Kaizhou and Chengkou, Chongqing; From the 18th to the 20th, Chongqing had a heavy rainfall weather process, heavy rain to heavy rain in the northeast region, local heavy rain, and long rainfall duration.
To this end, the Chongqing Flood Control and Drought Control Headquarters launched the city's flood control level IV emergency response at 17:14 on the 17th. At 16 o'clock on the 17th, Chongqing Municipal Water Conservancy Bureau and Chongqing Meteorological Bureau jointly issued a small watershed flash flood disaster meteorological risk warning reminder: it is expected that from 20:18 on the 20th to <>:<> on the <>th, the risk of flash flood disasters in small watersheds in Kaizhou District and Chengkou County is high, and the small watersheds in Wanzhou District, Yunyang County, Fengjie County and Wuxi County have a certain risk of flash flood disasters, and other districts and counties may also cause flash floods in small watersheds due to local short-term heavy rainfall.
In order to do a good job in the prevention and response of the current round of rainfall weather process, the Chongqing Flood Control and Drought Control Headquarters Office held a video scheduling meeting on the 17th to organize and judge the trend of this round of heavy rainfall, and connected key districts and counties to dispatch and deploy response work.
The Office of Chongqing Municipal Flood Control and Drought Control Headquarters requires that all relevant departments in all districts and counties should strengthen consultation, study and judgment, timely issue early warnings, and initiate response; Dependent areas should pay close attention to local and upstream rainfall, prevent flash floods, geological disasters caused by rapid changes in drought and flooding, and urban waterlogging, and prevent transit floods externally; River chiefs, reservoir chiefs, point chiefs, and other grassroots flood prevention personnel should attach great importance to short-term warnings, decisively evacuate threatened people in advance, and should turn around, turn early, and turn quickly, so as to "go in the right direction and run fast"; Emergency departments should maintain a state of imminent combat, pre-rescue teams and materials, and always be ready for rescue; All districts, counties, and relevant departments should strengthen on-duty duty, and report important information in a timely manner. (End)