China News Service, October 8th. According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, the tropical depression in the South China Sea has intensified this morning into the No. 17 typhoon “Lion Mountain” this year. It is expected to make landfall on the eastern coast of Hainan Island from the night of the 8th to the morning of the 9th. Affected by this, it is expected that there will be heavy rains in the southern coast of Guangdong, most of Hainan Island, Xisha Islands, Zhongsha Islands, Huangyan Island and other places from 8 am on the 8th to 8 am on the 9th.
Typhoon “Lion Rock” affects southern China
The tropical depression in the South China Sea has intensified today (8th) morning into the No. 17 typhoon “Lion Rock” (tropical storm class, English name: Lionrock; name origin: Hong Kong, China; name meaning: the name of a mountain overlooking the Kowloon Peninsula in Hong Kong) ), at 5 o’clock in the morning, its center is located on the sea about 175 kilometers southeast of Wanning City, Hainan Province, at 17.5 degrees north latitude and 111.3 degrees east longitude. The maximum wind force near the center is 8 levels (18 m/s), and the lowest air pressure in the center is 995 hPa, the radius of the seventh wind circle is 150-250 kilometers.
It is predicted that the typhoon “Lion Mountain” will move north to west at a speed of about 10 kilometers per hour, and its intensity will increase slightly. Seconds, level 8-9, tropical storm level), after landing, it will turn to the west and move towards the north of Vietnam after passing through Hainan Island.
Affected by this, it is expected that there will be heavy to heavy rains in the southern coast of Guangdong, most of Hainan Island, Xisha Islands, Zhongsha Islands, Huangyan Island and other places from 8 am on the 8th to 8 am on the 9th. There will be heavy rainstorms (100-150 mm) in the north and other places; most of the South China Sea and the waters around the Paracel Islands, Zhongsha Islands and Huangyan Islands, Beibu Gulf, Qiongzhou Strait, Hainan Island and its coasts, Guangdong coasts, and Guangxi coasts will have 6 -7 strong winds, of which the winds in the northwest of the South China Sea, the eastern Beibu Gulf, the Qiongzhou Strait, the eastern part of Hainan Island and the northern coast can reach 8-9 and gusts of 10-11. The Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue typhoon blue warnings and rainstorm blue warnings at 6 o’clock on October 8.
Forecast map of typhoon “Lion Rock” path probability in the next 72 hours
Cold air affects most of our country
From the 8th to the 11th, the moderate-intensity cold air will affect most parts of my country from west to east, and the temperature will drop by 4 to 6°C. The local temperature drop in Xinjiang, Gansu, Inner Mongolia, Liaoning, Jilin and other places can reach 10°C or more; most of the north The area will be accompanied by northerly winds of magnitude 4-6, and winds of magnitude 9 and gusts of 10-12 in the mountain pass area of Xinjiang. Some areas in northern Xinjiang, Qinghai, Gansu, Ningxia, northeastern Inner Mongolia, northwest Heilongjiang and other places will have rain to sleet or snow, and there will be blizzards or heavy snowfalls in northern Xinjiang, northeastern Inner Mongolia, and northwest Heilongjiang.
Specific forecast for the next three days
From 8:00 on October 8 to 8:00 on the 9th, there were light to moderate snow or sleet in parts of eastern Xinjiang, western Gansu, eastern Qinghai, western Inner Mongolia and other places; most of Guangdong, eastern Guangxi, Hainan Island and Shandong Part of the peninsula, eastern Zhejiang and other places have moderate to heavy rain. Among them, there are heavy rains or heavy rains (100-150 mm) in parts of southern central Guangdong, northern Hainan Island and other places. In some areas of eastern Xinjiang, eastern Northwestern, and most of Inner Mongolia, there are winds of grade 4 to 6 and above.
National Precipitation Forecast Map (October 8th 8:00-9th 8:00)
From 8 o’clock on October 9th to 8 o’clock on 10th, northeast of Inner Mongolia, northwest and southeast of Heilongjiang, central and eastern Jilin, central and eastern Liaoning, Shandong Peninsula, northern Jiangsu, southeastern Guizhou, central and western Hunan, central and western South China, etc. There were moderate to heavy rains in some areas of, including heavy rains or heavy rains (100-120 mm) in parts of central and southern Guangxi, southwestern Guangxi and other places. There are winds of force 4 to 6 in the Hetao area and parts of the eastern part of Inner Mongolia, among which there are winds of force 6 to 7 in parts of central Inner Mongolia.
National Precipitation Forecast Map (October 9th, 8 o’clock-10th 8 o’clock)
From 8 o’clock on October 10th to 8 o’clock on 11th, there were moderate to heavy rains in central Anhui, western Jiangsu, central Chongqing, most of Guizhou, southeastern Yunnan, western and southern Guangxi, and southern Guangxi. Among them, southern Guangxi There are heavy rains (50-90 mm) in other places. There are 4-6 winds in parts of central Inner Mongolia, southwestern Heilongjiang, and southern coastal areas of Guangxi.
National precipitation forecast map (8 o’clock on October 10th to 8 o’clock on 11th)