China News Service, September 2. According to the official Weibo news of the Ministry of Emergency Management, recently, the Office of the National Disaster Reduction Committee and the Ministry of Emergency Management joined the Ministry of Natural Resources, the Ministry of Water Resources, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, the Meteorological Bureau, the Energy Bureau, and the Forestry and Grass Bureau. and other departments to hold a business meeting to conduct a discussion and judgment on the national natural disaster risk situation in September.

  After comprehensive analysis, the autumn rains in West China in September entered a concentrated period, and the risk of flood disasters in parts of the southwest and northwest was relatively high; 1-2 typhoons may land or significantly affect my country; Central China, East China and other places will still maintain a trend of high temperature and low rainfall. In the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, there may be a continuous drought in autumn; Sichuan, Shaanxi, Gansu and other local geological disaster risks are high; Jiangxi, Hunan and other local forest fire danger levels are high.

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  According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the autumn rains in West China will enter a concentrated period in September, with 2-50% more precipitation in parts of southwestern Shaanxi, eastern Gansu, southern Ningxia, southeastern Qinghai, and northern Sichuan. The risk of urban flooding is high.

The Minjiang River and Jialing River, the tributaries of the upper Yangtze River, the Weihe, Beiluo, and Fenhe Rivers in the middle reaches of the Yellow River, the coastal rivers of Guangdong and Guangxi in the Pearl River Basin, and the Nandu River, Changhua River, and Wanquan River in Hainan may experience excessive floods.

  There may be 4-5 typhoons in the Northwest Pacific Ocean and the South China Sea in September; 1-2 typhoons make landfall or significantly affect my country's coastal areas, which is close to the same period of the year (1.6).

There may be one disastrous typhoon storm surge process in the coastal areas of my country, one disastrous temperate storm surge process, and three to four disastrous wave processes of more than 4 meters in the coastal waters.

  The temperature in southern Anhui, western Zhejiang, central and northern Jiangxi, eastern Hubei, most of Hunan, northern Xinjiang, and western Tibet was 1-2°C higher.

Jiangsu, Anhui, Shanghai, central and western Zhejiang, most of Jiangxi, southern Henan, most of Hubei, Hunan, northwestern Fujian, northern Guangxi, eastern Guizhou, and southeastern Chongqing experienced 2-50% less precipitation. North, eastern Hubei, and northeastern Hunan are 50-80% less.

Most of East China and Central China will maintain a trend of high temperature and low rainfall, and local droughts may occur in summer and autumn.

  The geological disaster risk in western Hubei, northwestern Hunan, southeastern Guangxi, northern Chongqing, northern and southern Sichuan, northwestern Yunnan, southeastern and northeastern Tibet, southern Shaanxi, eastern Gansu, eastern Qinghai, and southern Ningxia are relatively high.

Among them, the risk of local geological disasters is high in northern Sichuan, southwestern Shaanxi, and southern Gansu.

  Zhejiang, central and southern Anhui, central and northern Fujian, Jiangxi, southern Hubei, Hunan, northern Guangxi, southern Chongqing, southeastern Sichuan, central and eastern Guizhou, northern Yunnan, and northern Xinjiang have higher forest fire danger levels.

Among them, the forest fire danger level of some areas in western Jiangxi and central Hunan is highly dangerous.

The forest fire danger level in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region is relatively low.

  Since July, high temperature and heat damage and drought have met, and the disasters are mainly concentrated in Anhui, Hubei, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Hunan, Sichuan, Chongqing, Guizhou, Zhejiang, Fujian, southern Henan and northern Shaanxi, and some areas have been severely affected by agriculture.

In September, the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River may experience a series of droughts, affecting the booting and heading of late rice and the sowing of rapeseed in autumn and winter.

At present, there is still about a month before the large-scale harvest of autumn grains.