The typhoon "fireworks" is coming!

  At 6 o’clock on July 22, the Central Meteorological Observatory issued a blue warning for typhoon and a yellow warning for rainstorm: the rainfall system that caused the rainstorm in Henan moved northward, which will cause heavy rainfall in Hebei, Shanxi and other places in the last three days, and the new typhoon "Fireworks" also appeared.

  Experts from China Meteorological Bureau reminded people who have plans to travel in summer to avoid risks and go to rainstorm centers or mountainous areas prone to floods.

  Yesterday, there were torrential rains in Henan and Hebei.

  From 08: 00 yesterday to 06: 00 today, there was a rainstorm or torrential rain in central and northern Henan. There were torrential rains (250-668 mm) in Anyang, Hebi, Xinxiang and Jiaozuo, with the maximum hourly rainfall of 50-90 mm, and the local area of Hebi, Xinxiang and Anyang was 100-150 mm. There were 8-9 thunderstorms and strong winds in parts of central and northern Henan, and there were 7 in Anyang, Hebi and Xinxiang.

  In addition, there were heavy rains or torrential rains along the mountains in central and southern Hebei, eastern Shanxi and western Beijing, local torrential rains (250-316 mm, maximum hourly rainfall of 50-88 mm) in Shijiazhuang, Xingtai and Handan, Hebei, and tornadoes in Baoding, Hebei.

  In addition, heavy rain and local heavy rain (100 ~ 155 mm) occurred in parts of western Sichuan Basin, northwestern Guizhou and northeastern Yunnan.

  Affected by the tropical depression weakened by Typhoon Chapaka, heavy rains occurred in parts of western Guangdong, south-central Guangxi and western Hainan Island, with heavy rains (100-217 mm) in Jiangmen, Yangjiang and Maoming in Guangdong, Qinzhou and Nanning in Guangxi, and gusts of magnitude 7-9 occurred in these areas.

  There are heavy rains in Henan, Hebei, Shanxi and other places today.

  The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will be heavy rain to heavy rain in parts of central and northern Henan, southern Hebei, eastern Shanxi, southeastern Guangxi, southern Leizhou Peninsula, northwestern Hainan Island and northern Taiwan Province Island from 20: 00 on July 21 to 20: 00 on July 22, among which there are heavy rains (250-280 mm) in northwestern Henan and southwestern Hebei; Some of the above areas are accompanied by short-term heavy rainfall (the maximum hourly rainfall is 20 ~ 50 mm, and the local area can exceed 70 mm), and there are strong convective weather such as thunderstorms and strong winds.

The typhoon "fireworks" is coming!

  National Heavy Rainfall Forecast Map (July 21, 2000-July 22, 2000)

  The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will be heavy rains in parts of southwestern Hebei, northwestern Henan, southwestern Guangxi, Guangdong Leizhou Peninsula, northwestern Hainan Island, southern Yunnan, coastal areas of central and northern Zhejiang, and central and northern Taiwan Province Island from 08: 00 on July 22 to 08: 00 on July 23. Among them, there are heavy rains in parts of southern Hebei, western and northern Henan, Leizhou Peninsula, northwestern Hainan Island and northern Taiwan Province Island (100 ~ 100). Some of the above areas are accompanied by short-term heavy rainfall (the maximum hourly rainfall is 20 ~ 50 mm, and the local area can exceed 70 mm), and there are strong convective weather such as thunderstorms and strong winds.

  The new typhoon "fireworks" will affect the east China coast.

  According to the Central Meteorological Observatory, this year’s No.6 typhoon "Fireworks" was strengthened to a strong typhoon level at 11: 00 a.m. on the 21st. At 5: 00 p.m., its center was located at 24.2 north latitude and 126.9 east longitude. The maximum wind force near the center was 14 (42 m/s), and the lowest pressure in the center was 955 hectopascals.

  It is estimated that "Fireworks" will move westward at a speed of about 10 kilometers per hour, and its intensity will gradually increase, and the strongest will reach the super typhoon level. It will move into the southeast of the East China Sea around the evening of the 23rd, and then turn to the northwest, and will land in the coastal areas (typhoon level or strong typhoon level) from the night of the 24th to the day of the 25th. At present, it is impossible to completely rule out the possibility of going northward in the offshore waters of Zhejiang.

  The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a typhoon blue warning at 18: 00 on July 21.

  There will be heavy rain in parts of Henan, Hebei and Shanxi in the next three days.

  From 20: 00 on July 21 to 20: 00 on July 22, there were heavy rains to heavy rains in parts of central and northern Henan, southern Hebei, eastern Shanxi, southeastern Guangxi, southern Leizhou Peninsula, northwestern Hainan Island and northern Taiwan Province Island, among which there were heavy rains (250-280 mm) in northwestern Henan and southwestern Hebei. There are 4 ~ 6 winds in parts of Zhejiang and Fujian.

The typhoon "fireworks" is coming!

  National Precipitation Forecast Chart (July 21, 2000-July 22, 2000)

  From 20: 00 on July 22 to 20: 00 on July 23, there were moderate to heavy rains in central and eastern Zhejiang, eastern Fujian, eastern Yunnan, southwestern Guangxi, southwestern Guangdong, western Hainan Island and Taiwan Province Island, among which there were heavy rains or heavy rains (100-180 mm) in parts of eastern Zhejiang, Taiwan Province Island and western Hainan Island.

The typhoon "fireworks" is coming!

  National Precipitation Forecast Chart (July 22, 2000-July 23, 2000)

  From 20: 00 on July 23 to 20: 00 on July 24, there were moderate to heavy rains in the eastern part of Southwest China, southern Jiangsu, Shanghai, central and eastern Zhejiang, northeastern Fujian and Taiwan Province Island, among which there were heavy rains or heavy rains (100-200 mm) in eastern Zhejiang and other places.

The typhoon "fireworks" is coming!

  National Precipitation Forecast Chart (July 23rd at 20: 00-July 24th at 20: 00)

  Levels of rainstorm warning and countermeasures

  Experts from China Meteorological Bureau reminded us that it is the flood season and there are many typhoons landing. When going out or traveling, we must pay attention to the weather changes and avoid going to rainstorm centers or mountainous areas prone to floods.

  The rainstorm warning signal is divided into four levels, which are blue, yellow, orange and red from low to high.

  Blue warning standard: within 12 hours, the rainfall will reach more than 50 mm, or it has reached more than 50 mm and the rainfall may continue.

  Defense guide:

  1, the government and relevant departments in accordance with their duties to prepare for the storm;

  2. Schools and kindergartens should take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of students and children;

  3. Drivers should pay attention to road water and traffic jams to ensure safety;

  4, check the city, farmland, fish pond drainage system, ready for drainage.

  Yellow warning standard: within 6 hours, the rainfall will reach more than 50 mm, or it has reached more than 50 mm and the rainfall may continue.

  Defense guide:

  1, the government and relevant departments in accordance with their duties to do a good job of rainstorm prevention;

  2. The traffic management department shall take traffic control measures in heavy rainfall sections according to the road conditions, and implement traffic guidance in waterlogged sections;

  3, cut off the dangerous outdoor power supply in low-lying areas, suspend outdoor work in open places, and transfer people in dangerous areas and residents of dangerous houses to safe places to shelter from the rain;

  4, check the city, farmland, fish pond drainage system, take the necessary drainage measures.

  Orange warning standard: within 3 hours, the rainfall will reach more than 50 mm, or it has reached more than 50 mm and the rainfall may continue.

  Defense guide:

  1, the government and relevant departments in accordance with their duties to do a good job in emergency work against heavy rain;

  2. Cut off the dangerous outdoor power supply and suspend outdoor work;

  3. Units in danger zones shall suspend classes or business, and take special measures to protect the safety of students, children and other working personnel who have arrived at school;

  4, do a good job in urban and farmland drainage, pay attention to prevent possible disasters such as flash floods, landslides and mudslides.

  Red warning standard: within 3 hours, the rainfall will reach more than 100 mm, or it has reached more than 100 mm and the rainfall may continue.

  Defense guide:

  1, the government and relevant departments in accordance with their duties to do a good job in emergency and rescue work against heavy rain;

  2. Stop the assembly, suspend classes and suspend business (except for special industries);

  3, do a good job in mountain torrents, landslides, mudslides and other disasters prevention and rescue work.

  What should the public pay attention to in rainstorm weather? Meteorologists warned not to cross the road barefoot, because the water on the road is very deep, and some roads are wired, so it is easy to leak electricity in rainy days. When encountering lightning weather, try to avoid danger outside and try to avoid going to the mountains.

  (Original title: The torrential rain moved northward, and the new typhoon "Fireworks" appeared)

  Source: Guangming Daily

  

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