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Working together to ensure safety and people’s livelihood, municipal governments, traffic police and other departments in many places actively responded to the rain, snow and freezing weather_Guangming.com

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Widespread Snowfall and Freezing Weather Hits Central and Eastern China

As of February 20, the central and eastern regions of China are experiencing widespread rain, snow, and freezing weather. Tianjin, Hebei, Shanxi, Henan, and other places have issued warnings of different levels in response to the severe weather. Municipal governments, traffic police, and other departments have actively responded to the round of rain and snow.

Tianjin has seen moderate to heavy snowfall, with control measures implemented on many expressways. In Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, heavy snowfall and icy roads have led to adverse impacts on traffic. Shanxi, Henan, and Shandong have also experienced heavy snowfall, leading to temporary expressway closures and train suspensions.

The national railway has suspended some train services, and 190 road sections in 18 provinces have been closed due to snowfall and icy roads. Flights have been cancelled, waterways have been suspended, and the maritime department has implemented water traffic control measures due to strong winds and heavy snowfall.

In response to the severe weather, many places in Shandong have launched plans to actively respond to the situation, including clearing snow and ice on roads and organizing agricultural technical experts to guide farmers in preventing cold and disasters.

The process of opening the Yellow River has slowed down due to the cold wave weather, prompting the water conservancy department to step up anti-cold work to ensure the safety of the river opening. The Yellow River Water Conservancy Commission of the Ministry of Water Resources has requested relevant departments to further strengthen anti-storm duty and ensure safety during the opening of the Yellow River.

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