China News Service, Beijing, March 1 (Reporter Chen Su) With the arrival of March, most of China is heating up.

The reporter learned from the China Meteorological Administration on the 1st that spring has arrived in many areas of China, and in many places the arrival of spring is more than 20 days earlier than normal.

  At the press conference of the China Meteorological Administration held that day, Jia Xiaolong, deputy director of the National Climate Center, said that spring has now entered the western part of the Huanghuai River, the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, and most areas south of it.

Compared with normal years, spring arrives earlier in most of the above-mentioned areas, especially in the western Huanghuai, western Jianghuai, areas along the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, southern Jiangnan, and southeastern Southwest China. Spring arrives more than 20 days earlier than normal.

  Looking forward to the weather in March, Jia Xiaolong said that in March, temperatures in Xinjiang, northern Northwest China, western Inner Mongolia, and western South China are expected to be lower than normal for the same period of the year, while temperatures in the rest of the country are expected to be close to normal to higher than the same period of the year.

In addition, five cold air processes are expected to affect China in March, which is more than the 3.5 events in the same period in normal years.

  "The temperature in most parts of the country was low in the first ten days of March, and the temperature rebound became more obvious starting from the middle of March." Jia Xiaolong said that after entering March, the temperature in the southern region will gradually rise, generally close to the same period of the year to slightly higher, with widespread freezing rain and Roads are less likely to be icy.

Spring is expected to arrive in Beijing in late March, which is close to the same time in normal years (March 28) and early.

  Jia Xiaolong said that due to the strict definition of the standard for the onset of spring in meteorology, the spring onset time varies greatly from place to place due to factors such as geographical location, terrain height, weather processes, etc. The spring onset time in the strict sense still needs to be combined with a period of time. Real-time temperature determination.