In the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, there is continuous heavy precipitation and thunderstorms in North China and other places

China News Service, June 29. According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, in the next three days, there will be heavy to heavy rains in parts of the southwest, central and northern Jiangnan, and northern South China. Among them, the central and northern Jiangnan, the southeast of Chongqing, the southeast of Sichuan, Central and eastern Guizhou, northwestern Guangxi and other places have accumulated rainfall of 100-300 mm, and the local area exceeds 400 mm; affected by the cold vortex, in the next three days, there will be more rain or thundershowers in eastern Northwest China, northern China, eastern Huanghuai, and northeastern China. Heavy rain or heavy rain, accompanied by strong convective weather.

Continuous heavy rainfall in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River

In the next three days, there will be heavy to heavy rains in parts of Southwest China, central and northern Jiangnan, and northern southern China. Among them, the central and northern Jiangnan, southeastern Chongqing, southeastern Sichuan, central and eastern Guizhou, and northwestern Guangxi will have accumulated rainfall of 100~ 300 mm, the local area exceeds 400 mm.

It is expected that from 8:00 on June 29 to 8:00 on June 30, southern Zhejiang, northern Fujian, north-central Jiangxi, north-central and southwestern Hunan, northern Guangdong, north-central Guangxi, southeastern Sichuan, Guizhou, eastern Yunnan, and southern Shandong , Southeastern Tibet and other places have heavy to heavy rains. Among them, there are local heavy rains (100-180 mm) in northeastern Jiangxi, southwest Zhejiang, southeastern Sichuan, and northwest Guangxi. Some of the above-mentioned areas are accompanied by short-term heavy precipitation (the maximum hourly rainfall is 30-50 mm, and the local area can exceed 80 mm), and there are strong convective weather such as thunderstorms and gales in the local area. To this end, the Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue a yellow rainstorm warning at 06:00 on June 29.

Thunderstorms in North China and Northeast China

Affected by the cold vortex, in the next three days, there will be showers or thunderstorms in the eastern part of Northwest China, northern China, eastern Huanghuai, and northeastern China. Local heavy or heavy rains will be accompanied by strong convective weather.

It is estimated that from 8:00 on June 29 to 8:00 on June 30, parts of central and southern Inner Mongolia, southeastern Shanxi, central and northern Hebei, southwest and northeastern Beijing, central Shandong, southern Zhejiang, and southeastern Guangdong will be There are 8-10 thunderstorms or hail weather; southeast Inner Mongolia, northeast Heilongjiang, east Jilin, south Liaoning, east Shanxi, Hebei, southwest Beijing, Tianjin, Shandong, central and northern Hunan, central and northern Jiangxi, central and southern Zhejiang, Some areas in northern and eastern Fujian, southeastern Sichuan, southwest Chongqing, Guizhou, central and eastern Yunnan, northwest Guangxi, northern Guangdong and other places will have short-term heavy rainfall, with an hourly rainfall of 30-50 millimeters, and local areas can reach 80 millimeters. the above. To this end, the Central Meteorological Observatory issued a blue warning for severe convective weather at 6 o’clock on June 29.

Specific forecasts for the next three days

From 8:00 on June 29 to 8:00 on June 30, southern Zhejiang, northern Fujian, central and northern Jiangxi, central and northern and southwestern Hunan, northern Guangdong, central and northern Guangxi, southeastern Sichuan, Guizhou, eastern Yunnan, central and southern Shandong, Tibet There were heavy to heavy rains in parts of the southeast and other places. Among them, there were heavy rains (100-180 mm) in the northeastern part of Jiangxi, southwestern Zhejiang, southeastern Sichuan, and northwestern Guangxi. Some of the above-mentioned areas are accompanied by short-term heavy precipitation (the maximum hourly rainfall is 30-50 mm, and the local area can exceed 80 mm), and there are strong convective weather such as thunderstorms and gales in the local area. There are 4 to 6 winds in parts of western Inner Mongolia, eastern Xinjiang and other places.

From 8:00 on June 30 to 8:00 on July 1, there were moderate to heavy rains in parts of northeastern Inner Mongolia, north-central Northeast China, southeastern Tibet, western and northern Jiangnan, eastern and southern Southwest China, and northern South China. , There were heavy rains or heavy rains (100-180 mm) in parts of southeastern Tibet, northern Hunan, northwestern Jiangxi, central Zhejiang, and northwestern Guangxi. There are 4 to 5 winds in some areas of central and eastern Inner Mongolia and other places.

From 8:00 on July 1 to 8:00 on July 2, the central and western parts of Heilongjiang, the southeastern part of Tibet, the eastern part of North China, Jianghuai, most of Jianghan, the northern and western parts of Jiangnan, the eastern and southern parts of Southwestern China, and the northwestern part of South China had central and western regions. It rains heavily. Among them, there are heavy rains or heavy rains (100-120 mm) in parts of southeastern Tibet, southern Anhui, southeastern Hubei, northern and western Hunan, northwestern Jiangxi, northwestern Zhejiang, southeastern Guizhou, and northwest Guangxi. There are 4 to 6 winds in parts of central and eastern Inner Mongolia, eastern Xinjiang, and Hexi of Gansu.

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