China News Service, August 4th. According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, at 8 am on the 4th, the tropical depression in the South China Sea strengthened into the ninth typhoon "Lubi" (English name: Lupit, name source: Philippines, name meaning: cruel) ). At present, its center is located about 335 kilometers southwest of the junction of Fujian and Guangdong, and the maximum wind force near the center is 8 (tropical storm level, 18 m/s).

Image source: Central Meteorological Observatory website

  It is expected that "Lu Bi" will move to the north-east at a speed of about 10 kilometers per hour. It will land on the coast from Lufeng in Guangdong to Jinjiang in Fujian on the morning of the 5th (tropical storm or severe tropical storm, 8-10, 20 -25m/s), the intensity has weakened after landing, and it will move to the southern part of the East China Sea during the day on the 7th, and gradually move to the northeast.

  Affected by this, in the next three days, there will be heavy to heavy rains in central and southern South China, eastern Jiangnan, and central and southern Taiwan, and local heavy rains.

Today, there were heavy rains in southern Guangdong, most of Fujian, southern Zhejiang, northeastern Hainan Island, and most of Taiwan Island. There were heavy rains in the southern coastal areas of Guangxi, eastern and western regions, and parts of eastern Fujian.

Most of the South China Sea, the Bashi Strait, the Taiwan Strait, and the coastal areas of central and eastern Guangdong and southern Fujian will have strong winds of 6 to 7. Among them, winds in the northeastern part of the South China Sea can reach 8 and gusts of 9 to 10.

  It should be noted that because "Lubi" is close to the shore and has been active in the coastal areas for a long time, it will bring continuous wind and rain impacts on coastal areas. The public in Guangdong, Fujian and Zhejiang need to guard against the urban and rural areas that may be caused by heavy rainfall. Disasters such as waterlogging, mountain floods, mudslides and landslides.

Try to avoid sea and island tourism.

  Meteorological monitoring showed that yesterday, large-scale high temperature weather occurred in southern China, and high temperatures above 35°C occurred in the eastern part of Southwest China, central and western Jiangnan, Guangxi, southern Shaanxi, and southern Hubei, and 39~42°C in the Sichuan Basin; Chengdu, Neijiang, and other places in Sichuan 8 Each site reached or exceeded historical extremes.

  Today, there is still a wide range of high temperature weather in the south, and the Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow high temperature warning for the sixth consecutive day.

During the day today, there were high temperatures above 35°C in the southern Xinjiang basin, eastern Sichuan, Chongqing, central and southern Hubei, eastern and southern Guizhou, Hunan, northwestern Jiangxi, most of Guangxi, and northern Guangdong. Among them, the eastern part of the southern Xinjiang basin, The highest temperature in parts of eastern Sichuan, Chongqing, eastern Guizhou, western Hunan, and central and northern Guangxi is 37-39°C, while the local area in the eastern part of the southern Xinjiang Basin can reach 40°C or more.

  Recently, high temperatures have continued in many places in the south. Take the Shapingba District of Chongqing City as an example. The area has experienced high temperatures of 35°C for 10 consecutive days. The temperature even exceeded 40°C on August 2 and 3, which can be said to be extremely hot. Take measures to prevent heatstroke and cool down.