Affected by the strong convective cloud clusters, Zhejiang Province experienced continuous heavy rainfall. On the 30th, moderate to heavy rains and local heavy rains in central and southern Zhejiang Province, and warnings were issued in many places.
As of 10 am on May 30, Zhejiang Province issued 97 warnings. Mainly concentrated in the central and southern Zhejiang area. Among them, 10 places including Suichang, Songyang, and Yunhe issued meteorological risk warnings for mountain torrent disasters, 8 places including Wuyi and Suichang issued rainstorm warnings, and 29 places including Yueqing and Yongjia issued lightning warnings.
According to the meteorological risk forecast of geological disasters in the next 24 hours issued by the Provincial Department of Natural Resources and the Provincial Meteorological Bureau, from 08:00 on May 30 to 08:00 on May 31, Hangzhou City (Lin’an District, Chun’an County), Huzhou City (Anji County) ), Jinhua City (Wucheng District, Jindong District, Lanxi City), Quzhou City (Kecheng District, Qujiang District, Changshan County, Kaihua County, Longyou County, Jiangshan City), Lishui City (Yunhe County, Longquan City), etc. The meteorological risk of geological disasters in some areas is relatively high (yellow warning).
The reporter learned from the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Water Resources that the current total water storage in large and medium-sized reservoirs in the province is 24.634 billion cubic meters, an increase of 333 million cubic meters compared with 8 o’clock yesterday. The water level of Xin’anjiang Reservoir is 100.02 meters, and the water storage capacity is 13.448 billion cubic meters, an increase of 232 million cubic meters compared with 8 o’clock yesterday.
In terms of river water levels, there are currently 4 large and medium-sized reservoirs in the province that exceed the flood limit, namely Fuchunjiang Reservoir in Tonglu County (large, over 0.33 meters), Lilin Reservoir in Xianju County (medium-sized, over 0.17 meters), and Rui in Longquan City. Yang first-class reservoir (medium-sized, over 0.08 meters), Dongwu Reservoir in Songyang County (medium-sized, over 0.05 meters).
In terms of estuary and coastal water levels, the current water levels of major estuary coastal water level stations have not exceeded the alarm.