Original title: Typhoon “Rey” stopped numbering Haikou three ports to resume normal operations
The Hainan Provincial Meteorological Department learned that this year’s No. 22 Typhoon “Rey” (tropical storm level) further weakened into a tropical depression in the northern part of the South China Sea at 8 o’clock on the 21st, and will continue to weaken. At present, it is difficult to determine its circulation center. Central Meteorological Observatory It stopped numbering at 8 o’clock. Hainan Meteorological Bureau lifted the fourth-level typhoon warning at 9:30 on December 21, 2021.
The tide level along the coast of Hainan Island has returned to normal. The Hainan Provincial Ocean Forecast Station issued a storm surge warning cancellation notice at 9 o’clock on December 21, 2021.
According to a reminder for cross-sea travel issued by the Haikou Municipal Transportation and Port and Shipping Administration at 10 o’clock on December 21: Haikou New Sea Port, Xiuying Port, and Railway South Port have resumed normal operations, and the three ports have been transferred to normal operations. (CCTV reporter Zhong Huaxia Ye Fei)