China News Service, November 8. According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, it is expected that from the 8th to the 9th, there will be risks of heavy snowfall and low temperature freezing disasters in central and southern Heilongjiang, central and western Jilin, and northern Liaoning. Pay attention to the safety of transportation, construction facilities, Impacts on agriculture, animal husbandry, power communications, etc.; heavy rainfall in Hunan, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Fujian and other places, so pay attention to prevent secondary disasters.
Jilin, Heilongjiang and other places have heavy snowfall
From November 8th to 9th, affected by the cold air, most of Inner Mongolia, North China, Huanghuai and Northeast China experienced winds of magnitude 4 to 6, with gusts reaching magnitude 7 to 9 in some areas, and the temperature dropped by 4 to 8℃. The local temperature drop is more than 10℃.
From 08:00 on November 8 to 08:00 on November 9, there was heavy snow in northern Liaoning, central and eastern mountainous areas of Jilin, and south-central Heilongjiang. There were heavy snowfalls (10 to 14 mm) in some areas, with an additional snow depth of 2 to 8 cm. The ground can reach about 10 cm (see Figure 1). The Central Meteorological Observatory will continue to issue a blue snow warning at 06:00 on November 8.
Figure 1 Forecast map of heavy snowfall areas across the country (08:00 on November 8 to 08:00 on November 9) Image source: Central Meteorological Observatory website
Jiangnan and other places have heavy rainfall
From November 8th to 9th, there were moderate to heavy rains in eastern Guizhou, Jianghan, southern Jianghuai, most of Jiangnan, and northern South China. Among them, some areas in central Hunan, central Jiangxi, northwest Fujian, and southwestern Zhejiang had heavy rains. rainstorm.
Domestic detailed forecast for the next three days
From 08:00 on November 8 to 08:00 on November 9, there will be light to moderate snow or sleet in parts of northeastern Inner Mongolia, most of the Northeast, southeastern Tibet, and the Western Sichuan Plateau. Among them, northern Liaoning, central Jilin, and Heilongjiang There was heavy snow in the south-central region, and heavy snowfall (10-14 mm) in some areas. There are light to moderate rains in parts of eastern Southwest China, southern Yunnan, Jiangnan, Jianghan, and South China, and heavy to heavy rains (50-90 mm) in parts of eastern Guizhou, central and northern Hunan, and western Jiangxi. Some areas in Liaodong Peninsula, Shandong and other places have winds of magnitude 4 to 6 (see Figure 2).
Figure 2 National precipitation forecast map (08:00 on November 8th – 08:00 on November 9th) Image source: Central Meteorological Observatory website
From 08:00 on November 9 to 08:00 on November 10, there will be light snow or sleet in some areas in northeastern Inner Mongolia, northwest and southeastern Heilongjiang, eastern Jilin, Xinjiang Ili Valley, western mountainous areas of southern Xinjiang, southeastern Tibet, and the western Sichuan Plateau. Snow. There were moderate to heavy rains in some areas in southern Jianghuai, most of Jiangnan, and western and northern Guangxi. Among them, there were heavy rains (50-70 mm) in some areas in central and northern Jiangxi, eastern Hunan, southwestern Zhejiang, and northwestern Fujian. Some areas in eastern Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang, Shandong Peninsula and other places have winds of level 4 to 5 (see Figure 3).
Figure 3 National precipitation forecast map (08:00 on November 9th – 08:00 on November 10th) Image source: Central Meteorological Observatory website
From 08:00 on November 10 to 08:00 on November 11, there was light to moderate snow or sleet, and local heavy snow in some areas along the Tianshan Mountains in Xinjiang, the western mountainous areas of southern Xinjiang, and central Shanxi. There are light to moderate rains in parts of southeastern Northwest China, western Jianghan, Jiangnan, eastern Southwest China, South China, Taiwan Island and other places. Among them, there are heavy rains in parts of central and southern Zhejiang and northern Fujian. Some areas in Liaodong Peninsula, southern Shandong and other places have winds of level 4 to 5 (see Figure 4).
Figure 4 National precipitation forecast map (08:00 on November 10th – 08:00 on November 11th) Image source: Central Meteorological Observatory website
(Editors: Bo Chendi, Liang Qiuping)
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