Hot!The surface temperature in Henan reaches 74 degrees Celsius
(Beijing, 27th) High-temperature heat waves have been raging in many places in northern China recently. The duration and intensity are rare in the same period. The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a high-temperature warning for 10 consecutive days. The high temperature in Henan has lasted for more than 10 days. The surface temperature in Jiyuan, Jiaozuo and other places once reached as high as 74 degrees Celsius. Zhengzhou netizens posted videos of “glass doors bursting” and ants being heated to death in the sun for 3 seconds.
According to a report from Sing Tao Daily, more than 20 provinces and cities across China have recently undergone high temperature and heat “baking tests”. The official “China Well-off Network” reported that parts of Shandong, Anhui, Jiangsu, Hainan and other places will feel “hot to evaporate”; parts of Xinjiang, Henan, Hubei, Guangdong, Guangxi, Jiangxi, Zhejiang and other places will feel “hot to evaporate”. to melt”.
The number of consecutive high temperature days at 40 meteorological monitoring stations in Henan broke through the historical extreme value since the establishment of the station. A number of netizens in Zhengzhou recently posted a video of the “glass door bursting” at home. Due to the large temperature difference between indoor and outdoor, the glass door cracked like a spider web, and it shattered when touched with a finger. Another video of ants being heated to death in the sun for 3 seconds went viral. After imitating them everywhere, many netizens were surprised to find that ants could not survive for 3 seconds when exposed to the road.
From Sunday to Tuesday, Southwest China, North China, Huanghuai, Jianghan, Jiangnan, South China and other places will usher in a process of moderate to heavy rain, with heavy rain in some areas and heavy rain locally. Among them, North China, Huanghuai and other places will have the strongest rainfall process since the flood season this year.
Ants were exposed to the road for less than 3 seconds. (Weibo photo)