, Beijing, June 9 (Lang Lang) The recent weather has made friends from the north and the south uncomfortable.

  The "faucet" over the south has not been closed since June, and torrential rains have continued; in the north, the sun is blazing, and the highest temperature keeps refreshing the historical record.

  Netizens described: "You are drifting in the heavy rain in the south, and I am refining oil in the sun in the north."

  According to the results of consultations between the National Climate Center and the Information Center of the Ministry of Water Resources and other relevant scientific research units, this summer (June-August), China's climate conditions are generally skewed, extreme weather and climate events are more, and precipitation is generally "more north and south, less middle" The spatial distribution of waterlogging is more important than drought. 

On June 7, the flood rescue site in Maling Town, Lipu City, Guangxi. Jiang Nanshe

Disasters such as heavy rain and debris flows in the south are frequent

Multiple locations and multiple departments start emergency response

  Since June 1, the strongest rainfall process has occurred in southern China since flooding. The cumulative rainfall in most areas of southern China, central and northern South China, and eastern southwest China has reached 100 to 250 millimeters. According to statistics, the area covered by more than 100 millimeters of rain in the southern region covers about 670,000 square kilometers, and the area covered by more than 250 millimeters of rain covers about 50,000 square kilometers; the number of stations (national observatories) with heavy rain in Guangxi, Guangdong, Fujian, and Jiangxi accounted for each province (region ) More than 50% of the total number of stations.

  The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will be continuous heavy precipitation in southern and southern Jiangnan from 8th to 9th: heavy rain in parts of central and southern and southern Jiangnan, eastern and southern Guizhou, northeastern Yunnan, and most of southern China. Some of the above-mentioned areas are accompanied by short-term heavy precipitation (the maximum hourly rainfall is 30-50 mm, and the local area can exceed 70 mm), and there are strong convective weather such as thunderstorms and strong winds. The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow rainstorm warning at 06:00 on June 8.

  At the local level, meteorological departments around Guangdong issued thousands of rainstorm warnings in just 18 days. According to the official Weibo news of the Guangdong Meteorological Service Center, from May 21 to June 7 at 9:00, Guangdong has issued 1057 rainstorm warning signals and 73 red rainstorm warnings.

  Guangdong upgraded its emergency response to rainstorms on June 8. On the morning of the 8th, 15 places such as Zhuhai and Shanwei issued red rainstorm warning signals, and 15 primary and secondary schools and kindergartens were automatically closed.

  On the evening of the 7th, some netizens photographed the whole process of lightning striking the Canton Tower, which was breathtaking.

  Netizen: My waist flashed.

  In Guilin, Guangxi, on the 7th, the emergency response to major meteorological disasters and rainstorms was upgraded to level two. Guilin City, Yangshuo, Yongfu and other counties issued red rainstorm warnings. Under the heavy rain, streets and roads in Maling Town, Lipu City, Guilin, Guangxi, and many townships were flooded with water.

  Some villagers' pigpens were flooded. To prevent the pigs from being washed away by the water, dozens of pigs were evacuated to the third floor of their private houses to evacuate. But the villagers said that a pig has more than 2,000 yuan, which is protecting the only property.

  The current heavy rain has brought disasters such as landslides and floods to the south. In the next few days, rainstorms in the south will continue and the risk of flood disasters will continue to increase.

  Under the heavy rain, a debris flow occurred in Tianlin County, Guangxi. At present, heavy rains have caused over 320,000 people in Guangxi to suffer. According to statistics from the emergency department of Guangxi, as of 17:00 on the 6th, the flood disaster caused more than 320,000 people in Guangxi, 1 person was killed (lightning strike), and the affected area of ​​crops was more than 14,000 hectares.

  On the 7th, the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Meteorological Bureau upgraded the major meteorological disaster (storm) level III response to the level II response. On the 7th, the autonomous region hydrological center issued an orange flood warning. Affected by heavy rainfall, 36 stations in 20 rivers in Guangxi exceeded the warning water level from 0.02 to 3.84 meters. In the past 24 hours, 15 counties in Guangxi issued rainstorm warnings above orange, and 34 counties issued warnings above lightning yellow. At present, Guangxi province is in rainstorm orange warning.

On June 7, the Xiangzhang Huaping Hotel in Yangshuo County, Guangxi rescued 52 trapped people. Xiong Youfa

  In addition, heavy rains also caused flooding in the south.

  Since June 1, under the strongest rainfall since flooding, floods above the warning level have occurred in 52 rivers in 8 provinces (autonomous regions) including Guangxi, Guangdong, Fujian, Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Hunan, Guizhou, and Yunnan. According to the development of the flood situation, the National Defence General Administration started the flood control level IV emergency response at 16:00 on the 7th, and sent a working group to Guangxi to guide the flood prevention work.

  At 8:30 on June 8th, the China Meteorological Administration has upgraded the fourth-level emergency response of major meteorological disasters to three, and the Chinese Meteorological Administration Office, Emergency Disaster Mitigation and Public Service Department and other departments immediately entered the third-level emergency response state.

Data Map: On August 4, 2014, Fugou Village, Huangzhuang Township, Song County, Henan Province, because the peanuts in the dry land failed to bear any fruit. Photo by Wang Zhongju, China News Agency

The extreme heat and drought in the north

Netizens: Urgently need a "South-to-North Water Diversion"

  "Give the rain in the south to the north!" This is the voice of many northern friends.

  Recently, the north is experiencing the largest high-temperature attack since this year, and it is extremely hot and unbearable. The Central Meteorological Observatory has issued a high-temperature yellow warning for four consecutive days.

  According to the forecast of the Central Meteorological Observatory, during the day on June 8, the highest temperatures in eastern Inner Mongolia, southwestern Heilongjiang, central and western Jilin, western Liaoning, most of Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, central and western Shandong, central and eastern Henan, northern and northern Hubei 35~36℃, among which, the highest temperature in some areas of western Jilin, western Liaoning, eastern Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, central Shandong and other places is 37~39℃, and the local temperature in southeast Inner Mongolia can reach above 40℃.

The 24-hour forecast of the highest temperature in the country (from 08:00 on June 8 to 08:00 on 9th) Source: Central Meteorological Observatory

  On the Internet, netizens in the north make a wish online, hoping that the country will assign a Houyi, or "south-to-north water transfer", to distribute the rain in the south. At this time, the north is in desperate need of a good rain.

  Under the influence of high temperatures in recent days, droughts have occurred in Henan, Inner Mongolia and Anhui.

  From May 10 to June 5, the average rainfall in Henan Province was 5.5 millimeters, and the average value in the same period of many years was less than 90%. It was the year with the lowest rainfall in the same period since the data was recorded. At the same time, large-scale and persistent high-temperature weather has occurred in the province, the inflow of rivers has been continuously reduced, and the water storage of water conservancy projects has been insufficient, which has caused a great impact on agricultural production.

  Henan Climate Center issued a drought orange early warning at 10:30 on June 6, 2020: According to the meteorological drought monitoring, as of June 6th, 60% of the counties and cities in the province have reached severe drought and above, of which 33% Of the counties and cities reached the level of extra drought. As of the evening of June 7, 11 cities and counties in Henan have issued drought orange warnings.

  Under the high temperature "baking test", the drought area in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region has also been expanding. The Inner Mongolia Meteorological Bureau said on the 5th that the drought area in the autonomous region exceeded 40%, of which the drought in the pastoral areas was severe.

  In addition, due to the eastward movement of the continental warm high pressure, continuous high temperature weather has also appeared in northern Anhui. Due to the recent precipitation and evaporation of the north of the Yangtze River, drought conditions have occurred in most areas, severe droughts have occurred in some areas, and some have reached special-level drought conditions.

On June 8, citizens traveled in the rain in Haizhu District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province. On that day, red warnings for rainstorms in many places in Guangdong took effect, including 12 places including Guangzhou Conghua, Huizhou Huidong, Longmen, Qingyuan Fogang, Yangshan, Meizhou Pingyuan, Shanwei, Haifeng, Lufeng, and Zhuhai. China News Agency reporter Chen Jimin

Future weather trends

Heavy rains in the south continue, and high-temperature weather in the north tends to end

  When will the rainstorm in the south rest? It's really hard to say...

  According to weather forecasts, today, areas with heavy precipitation are still extensive, and southern areas of southern Jiangnan, central and northern China will continue to be hit by heavy rainfall. From June 9th to 11th, rainwater will still be “entangled” in most areas in the south. The rains in Jiangnan, South China, and the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River are strong. Especially Guilin, Guangxi, will suffer continuous heavy rainfall.

  From the 12th, the eastern section of the main rain belt will be lifted north to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. By then, the rainfall in Guangdong and other places will be significantly weakened, but the western section of the main rain belt is still entrenched in northwestern Guangxi and Guizhou; 11th to 14th The area along the river will also become a precipitation center, and the rainy season in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River may begin.

  In addition, according to the China Meteorological Administration, due to the impact of heavy rainfall, the overall risk of heavy rain disasters in northwestern Guangxi, central Guangdong, central and southern Hunan, northeastern Jiangxi, and northwestern Fujian is high; the risk of flooding in local small and medium rivers in northwestern Guangxi and central Guangdong High; northwestern Guangxi, southern Guizhou, southwestern Hunan, northeastern Jiangxi, northwestern Fujian and other local meteorological risks of mountain torrents and geological disasters are high.

  The partners in the north clenched their teeth for two more days. On the 8th, the high temperatures in the North China Plain, southeastern Inner Mongolia, and western Northeast will increase again, especially in eastern Inner Mongolia and western Jilin. It is estimated that on the 8th, the highest temperature in Beijing will reach 38°C, which will set a new high this year. Tongliao, Inner Mongolia may also experience a record-breaking high temperature of 41°C. The public should pay attention to heatstroke prevention and cooling.

  However, a new wave of cold air is now moving from west to east affecting our country, and will gradually ease the hot weather in the northwest, north, and northeast regions. From 9th, the process of high temperature weather in the north will end. (Finish)