The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow warning of heavy rain in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and other places with heavy rain

Original title: The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow warning of heavy rain in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and other places with heavy rain

People’s Daily Online, Beijing, September 19 (Reporter Li Yihuan) According to the official website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, at 10 o’clock this morning, the Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue a yellow warning of heavy rain.

The Central Meteorological Observatory pointed out that from 14:00 on September 19 to 14:00 on 20th, some areas in western and southeastern Liaoning, Beijing, Tianjin, central and eastern Hebei, northern Shandong, and central Shandong are expected to experience heavy rains. Among them, southern Liaoning, Heavy rainstorms (100-150 mm) occurred on the eastern coast of Hebei, northern Shandong and other places; in addition, southeast Henan, north central Anhui, southeast Hubei, northeast and southwest Hunan, southern Guizhou, southeast Yunnan, and northwest Guangxi There are heavy rains and local torrential rains in some areas of other places; the hourly precipitation in North China, Huanghuai and Liaoning is generally 5-15 mm, and the local area can reach 20-50 mm, accompanied by 4-6 winds, gusts 7- Level 9.

Forecast map of heavy rainfall throughout the country. (Image source: official website of the Central Meteorological Observatory)

Regarding how to prevent rainstorms, the Central Meteorological Observatory recommends that the government and relevant departments do a good job of preventing rainstorms in accordance with their duties; traffic management departments should take traffic control measures on heavy rainfall roads according to road conditions, and implement traffic guidance on roads with water; cut off low-lying areas that are dangerous Outdoor power supply, suspend outdoor operations in open areas, transfer people in dangerous areas and residents of dangerous houses to safe places to avoid rain; check the drainage systems of cities, farmlands, and fish ponds, and take necessary drainage measures.Return to Sohu to see more

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