The Central Meteorological Observatory continues to issue a blizzard blue warning, and North China will usher in significant snowfall weather

The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will be a large-scale snowfall in North my country this weekend. Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia and other areas will experience moderate to heavy snow and local blizzards. The southern region will continue to rain, and Guizhou, Hunan and other high-altitude There will also be snowfall in the area.

This weekend there will be snow in most of North China and the south will continue to be cloudy and cold

Today and tomorrow, there will be more rain and snow in my country, and the snowfall in the north will gradually develop and strengthen. The Central Meteorological Observatory will continue to issue a blue blizzard warning at 10 o’clock. There are heavy snowfalls in high-altitude areas such as China, northern Guizhou, and northwestern Hunan.

Among them, there are local blizzards in the Ili River Valley in Xinjiang, northern Shanxi, central Hebei, and northern Guizhou. The new snow depth in some of the above-mentioned areas will be 3-8 cm, and the local area can reach more than 10 cm.

It is expected that tomorrow, that is, the 13th, will be the period with the strongest snowfall this time, reminding everyone to arrange travel reasonably and pay attention to traffic safety.

The rain in the southern region will continue, and the rainfall in Jiangnan, South China and other places will increase again, and there will be moderate to heavy rain in parts of Hunan, Zhejiang, Fujian and other places. Since the Spring Festival, the southern region has continued to experience low temperature, cloudy, rainy and snowy weather. It is expected that in the middle and late February, the number of cloudy and rainy days in most of the southern region will still be high, and the accumulated precipitation in Jiangnan, South China and other places will also be higher than the same period of the year.

North China will usher in significant snowfall

This weekend, North China will usher in extensive snowfall. So, what is the latest snowfall situation and when will it be the strongest? Come and listen to the analysis of experts from the Central Meteorological Observatory↓

Ma Xuejian, chief forecaster of the Central Meteorological Observatory:From the monitoring situation on the morning of the 12th, snowfall has begun to occur in central Inner Mongolia, northern Shanxi, northwestern Hebei, including the northwestern mountainous areas of Beijing, and the snowfall system is currently moving to the east.

The snowfall in the north is developing from west to east

For the daytime on the 12th, the main snowfall areas are concentrated in the central part of Inner Mongolia, and it is more obvious in the northwestern part of Hebei and the northern part of Shanxi, because the whole system is a process of gradually developing from west to east, so like Beijing, The most obvious snowfall period in Tianjin is later than Shanxi, Hebei and Inner Mongolia.

Tomorrow will be the strongest period of snowfall in North China

From the early morning to the first half of the night on the 13th, it was the main snowfall period in North China this time, which mainly lasted until the middle of the night on the 13th. It is expected that from the daytime on the 14th, the snowfall in North China will basically end, but in the southern part of the Northeast, such as the southern part of Liaoning and the eastern part of Jilin, there will be some moderate to heavy snowfall on the 14th.

Two strands of cold air affect the snowfall in North China with a wide range, long duration and high intensity

From the 12th to the 13th, the northern region was actually affected by two consecutive weak cold air, which led to a relatively long snowfall process in North China, which affected many provinces, including Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Hebei, Tianjin and Beijing. , basically all provinces in North China are affected. In addition, the magnitude of the snowfall is relatively large, and there will be blizzards locally. Another point is that the snowfall will last for a long time, and the snowfall in most areas will last for about 36 hours.

Snowfall in Northeast China and cooling, the temperature will be sluggish in the next few days

After the snowfall, the temperature will drop significantly. In North China and Northeast China, including some parts of Inner Mongolia, the temperature will drop by 6 to 10 °C, and the local temperature will drop by more than 10 °C, so the cooling range is still relatively large for the northern region. Yes, and cooler temperatures are likely to continue for the next few days.

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