China News Agency, Beijing, June 12 (Reporter Chen Su) A reporter learned from the China Meteorological Administration on the 12th that the No. 2 typhoon is on the verge of this year, and the Guangxi and Hunan regions will be tested again by heavy rainfall.
Around 11:00 on the 12th, the tropical low pressure off the coast of Luzon Island in the Philippines moved into the South China Sea. At 17:00 on the 12th, its center was located on the eastern surface of the South China Sea about 800 kilometers southeast of Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province. The maximum wind force near the center was 7 (15 meters/ Seconds), the lowest pressure in the center is 1000 hPa.
The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that the tropical depression will move northwestward at a speed of 15 to 20 kilometers per hour. It will develop into typhoon No. 2 this year at night on the 12th, and its intensity will gradually increase. It will be from Shenzhen to Xuwen around Guangdong on the 14th. Coastal landings (23-28 m/s, tropical storm level or severe tropical storm level) gradually weakened after landing.
It is estimated that from the night of the 12th to the 14th, there will be 8 to 9 strong winds in the central and northwestern seas of the South China Sea and the western coast of Guangdong, and 10 winds and gusts of 11 to 12 in some parts of the northwestern South China Sea. It is estimated that from 13 to 14 days, some parts of western Guangdong, eastern Guangxi, southwestern Hunan and other places will have heavy rains and local heavy rains (100-160 mm).
Meteorological experts reminded that Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan and other places need to prepare for typhoon emergency preparedness in advance; Guangdong and Northwest Guangxi have just experienced sustained heavy rainfall in the early days, and some areas have extremely high soil water content, and then they will face In the test of typhoons, the public needs to be vigilant and strengthen the prevention of urban and rural waterlogging, torrents, debris flows, landslides and other disasters that may be caused by heavy rainfall; coastal areas such as Guangdong and Hainan also need to do windproof reinforcement work. (Finish)