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40-day “three volts” start long standby high temperature and heavy rain double warning strikes_Area

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Original title: 40-day “three volts” open long standby high temperature and heavy rain double warning strikes

CCTV, Beijing, July 11 (Reporter Du Ximeng) According to the China Voice of China Central Radio and Television “News Evening Peak” report, starting from July 11, the hottest day of the year-the dog days are already Arrived. This year’s Futian has a long standby time, 40 days in total, and many places in our country ushered in high temperature roasting.

At the same time, the Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow warning for heavy rain and a blue warning for severe convective weather at 10 o’clock on the 11th. From the 11th to the 13th, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and many other places will usher in heavy rains and local heavy rains, accompanied by obvious strong convective weather.

The Meteorological Department reminded all localities to prevent secondary disasters such as mountain torrents and mudslides and the impact of urban waterlogging.

Into the Void (Source: CFP)

Since the 10th, heavy rains or torrential rains have occurred in parts of Sichuan, Chongqing, Shaanxi, Henan and other places, and extremely heavy rains have fallen locally in Tongjiang and Wanyuan in Sichuan, and Zhenba in Shaanxi. It is expected that in the future, the heavy rainfall area will continue to move to the northeast, and the central and eastern Shanxi, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, the central and western Shandong, and the northern Henan will all encounter heavy rains, and some areas may experience heavy rains.

Zhang Fanghua, chief forecaster of the Central Meteorological Observatory, said: “This morning, there have been torrential rains to heavy rains and even extreme heavy rains in parts of southeastern Shanxi and northwestern Henan. The intensity of precipitation is very high. We expect the night of the 11th to the night of the 12. There will be heavy rains in northeastern Shanxi, northern Henan, central and western Shandong, and most of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. Heavy rains will occur in some areas, and there may be heavy rains in the eastern foot of the Taihang Mountains and some areas along the Yanshan Mountains. For an extremely heavy rain above 250 mm, the maximum hourly precipitation may be 30-60 mm, and in some areas it may exceed 100 mm. At the same time, this heavy precipitation process was accompanied by thunder and gale and hail in high altitude areas. The night of the 11th By the 12th, the wind is the strongest during the day. It is very windy in Huanghuai and North China, especially in the central and eastern part of North China, that is, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. The average wind may be 5-6, gusts may be 8-9, and even local Gusts above level 10. The effects of wind and rain will be very large.”

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The rainfall in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region is expected to reach the strongest rainfall since the flood season. Zhu Dingzhen, Chief Meteorological Service of the Public Meteorological Service Center of China Meteorological Administration, explained that from the current point of view, the subtropical high along with the low vortex northward transports a large amount of water vapor to the region, and the rainfall conditions are abundant. “The appearance of a cyclone represents the perfect combination of water vapor transmission power and uplifting conditions and the receiving configuration of the upper and lower layers to form a rainstorm. The entire rainstorm area will follow the movement path of the cyclone and affect these areas. In terms of process rainfall, It is very possible for a single site to exceed 200mm. Therefore, we must take adequate precautions for this weather process, especially the strong wind and rain, plus the possible secondary disasters.”

Zhang Fanghua reminded that recent monitoring has shown that some areas of North China and Northeast China have more precipitation than usual, which is more likely to cause secondary disasters such as mountain torrents and mudslides. The public should avoid going to mountainous areas. She said: “From June, Beijing, northern Hebei, and Tianjin have more rainfall, which is indeed more obvious. If there is more rainfall in the previous period, the soil moisture content and saturation will be higher, and secondary disasters will be more likely to be induced. From the perspective of flood control, we will further strengthen monitoring and analysis of these key areas.”

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At the same time, after entering the dog days, the southern region will also encounter sunny and hot weather. Zhang Fanghua said: “Jianghuai, Jiangnan, and South China are in a period of sunny, hot, and less rainy after the precipitation ends. In some places in Jianghuai, Jiangnan, and South China, there will be 4-8 days of 35-38°C in the next 10 days. In high temperature weather, overall, the duration of high temperature is relatively long.”Return to Sohu to see more


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