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Multiple rain showers in northeastern China and other places, typhoon “Kang Sen” continues to move westward_Sina Technology

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Original title: The typhoon “Conson” continued to move westward due to multiple rain showers in northeastern China and other places

China News Service, September 9th. According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, from the 9th to 10th, affected by the cold vortex, there were showers or thunderstorms in the northeastern and northeastern regions of North China, accompanied by strong convective weather such as short-term heavy precipitation and thunderstorms. From 08:00 on the 9th to 08:00 on the 10th, there were strong winds of magnitude 7 to 8 in the central waters of the South China Sea and the waters near the Paracel Islands, Zhongsha Islands and Huangyan Island. The nearby seas and areas where the typhoon center passes can reach winds of magnitude 9 to 11, with gusts of 12 ~ Level 13.

Yesterday, strong rainfall occurred in parts of Zhejiang, Fujian and other places

From 08:00 yesterday to 06:00 today, scattered heavy rain or heavy rain occurred in southern Zhejiang, northern and southeastern Fujian, western Yunnan, and local heavy rains (100-127 mm) in Lishui, Fujian, Nanping and Zhangzhou; eastern Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang There were moderate to heavy rains in parts of southwestern, central and western Jilin, central and northern Liaoning, and southern Beijing; local areas such as eastern Jilin, northern Liaoning, and southeastern Gansu experienced strong winds of 8-10 thunderstorms, and local areas such as central Liaoning experienced hail.

There is strong convection in the northeast, northeast and other places of North China

From the 9th to 10th, affected by the cold vortex, there were many showers or thunderstorms in the northeast and northeast regions of North China, accompanied by strong convective weather such as short-term heavy rainfall and thunderstorms.

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It is expected that from 08:00 on September 9 to 08:00 on September 10, there will be 8-10 thunderstorms or hail in parts of central Jilin, Liaoning, northern Hebei, northern Beijing and other places; southeast Inner Mongolia, central Jilin, Liaoning, Hebei There will be short-term heavy rainfall in parts of the north, northern Beijing, southern Anhui, Shanghai, Zhejiang, southern and northwestern Fujian, central and western Guizhou, central and western Yunnan and northeastern, eastern Guangdong and other places, with an hourly rainfall of 20-50 mm , The local area can reach more than 60 mm. The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a blue warning of severe convective weather at 06:00 on September 9.

“Conson” continues to move westward, strong wind and rain in the South China Sea

The center of this year’s No. 13 typhoon “Kang Sen” (strong tropical storm level) entered the middle east of the South China Sea early this morning (9th). It was located about 700 southeast of Yongxing Island, Xisha, Sansha City, Hainan Province at 5 o’clock in the morning. On a kilometer of the sea, the maximum wind force near the center is 10 (25 m/s), and the minimum pressure at the center is 985 hPa. It is expected that “Conson” will move westward at a speed of about 15 kilometers per hour, and its intensity will gradually increase, and the strongest can reach the level of severe tropical storm or typhoon (10-12, 28-33 m/s). On the 11th, it turned to the northwest, and gradually approached the coast from the west of Guangdong to the south of Hainan Island, and the intensity gradually weakened (see Figure 1). From 08:00 on the 9th to 08:00 on the 10th, there were strong winds of magnitude 7 to 8 in the central waters of the South China Sea and the waters near the Paracel Islands, Zhongsha Islands and Huangyan Island. The nearby seas and areas where the typhoon center passes can reach winds of magnitude 9 to 11, with gusts of 12 ~ Level 13.

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In addition, the center of this year’s No. 14 typhoon “Sandu” (super typhoon level) is located at 5 o’clock in the morning today (9th) on the ocean about 1090 kilometers southeast of Eluanbi, Taiwan Province. The largest wind force near the center is Above level 17 (62 m/s), the lowest air pressure in the center is 915 hPa. It is expected that “Sandu” will move northwestward at a speed of about 20 kilometers per hour, with little change or a slight decrease in intensity, and then turn to the northwest, crossing the Bashi Strait and approaching the coast of my country’s Guangdong-Fujian area. It may move northward across the eastern coast of Taiwan Island (see Figure 1).

Figure 1 The path probability forecast map of Typhoon No. 13 Figure 1 The path probability forecast map of Typhoon No. 13 “Kang Sen” and Typhoon No. 14 “Santo” in the next 120 hours

Specific forecast for the next three days

From 08:00 on September 9 to 08:00 on the 10th, there were moderate to heavy rains in parts of northeastern Inner Mongolia, the west and south of northeast China, northeastern Hebei, and northeast Jiangnan. Among them, there were local areas in northern and western Liaoning. Heavy rain (50 ~ 55 mm). There are 4-6 winds in parts of Xinjiang along the Tianshan Mountains, Gansu Hexi, central and western Inner Mongolia, southern Northeast China, southern North China, and eastern Huanghuai (see Figure 2).

Figure 2 National precipitation forecast map (from 08:00 on September 9th to 08:00 on September 10)

Figure 2 National precipitation forecast map (from 08:00 on September 9th to 08:00 on September 10)

From 08:00 on September 10 to 08:00 on September 11, there was light rain in parts of eastern Inner Mongolia, most of Northeast China, northern Xinjiang, Tibet, southern Southwest China, and most of southern China. There were moderate rains locally. In some areas of eastern Inner Mongolia, northern Hebei and other places, there are winds of magnitude 4 to 6, of which winds of magnitude 7 to 8 are in parts of eastern Xinjiang (see Figure 3).

From 08:00 on September 11 to 08:00 on the 12th, there were moderate to heavy rains in parts of the eastern part of Southwest China, Taiwan Island and other places. Among them, there were heavy rains or heavy rains (100-150 mm) in parts of the eastern part of Taiwan Island. The eastern part of Northeast China, the southern Xinjiang basin of Xinjiang, the Hexi of Gansu and other places have winds of magnitude 4 to 6, among which, some areas of eastern Xinjiang have winds of magnitude 8 to 9 (see Figure 4).

Figure 4 National precipitation forecast map (from 08:00 on September 11 to 08:00 on September 11)

Figure 4 National precipitation forecast map (from 08:00 on September 11 to 08:00 on September 11)

【Edit: Li Ji】


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