BEIJING, July 23, China New Network Client Power Co., Ltd. in the continuous hot weather in many places, at 10:50 today, the last solar term in summer - Dashu officially debuted, the hottest time of the year is coming. Experts say the current high temperatures in the central and eastern parts of the country are wide-ranging and long-lasting, or will last until early August. In addition, in the next few days, the southwest, northeast and North China will be affected by heavy rains.
DATA FIGURE: On July 21, the people of Nanjing, Jiangsu, huddled in the water park to play and surf in search of refreshment. Pang Bo Photography
Hot weather may last until early August.
Its not hot in summer, but hot in summer. The Chinese Astronomical Calendar shows that at 10:50 on July 23, Beijing Time, the last solar season of summer, the Great Summer officially appeared, ushering in the hottest time of the year. Although the big summer has just arrived, the high temperature weather which makes many people feel extremely hot and unbearable has lasted for some time.
Cai Xianning, senior engineer of the Central Meteorological Observatory, said that the high temperature in the South started from July 16 to 19, covering mainly the south of the Yangtze River and South China. The high temperature in the North began on July 20, and high temperature weather appeared successively in Huanghuai, Eastern North China and Western Liaoning, some of which broke through historical extremes. For example, on July 21, a high temperature of 39 degrees C appeared in Yanqing, Beijing, breaking through the record extreme of the highest temperature in the same period in the stations history.
At the same time, Cai Xianning said that the high temperature process covered a very large area, high temperature will occur in the south-central part of North China, the south of Northeast China, the Huanghuai River and most areas south of it. Among them, North China, Northeast China and East Huanghuai are characterized by intermittent high temperature and precipitation, which are expected to last for 4 to 6 days. The high temperatures in the western part of the Huanghuai River, the Jianghuai River and the southern part of the Yangtze River are persistent. In the next 10 days, the days of high temperatures may be 7-9 days.
Cai Xianning analysis, 23-25, Liaoning, Eastern North China, Huanghuai, Jianghuai, Jianghan, Jiangnan, Eastern South China and Xinjiang and other places will appear more than 35 degrees Celsius high temperature weather, Hebei, Henan, Shandong, Liaoning, Xinjiang and other parts of the highest temperature can reach 38-40 degrees Celsius. Affected by precipitation, the high temperature weather in North China, Liaoning and other places weakened on 23rd, and will be strengthened again later.
Talking about the cause of the high temperature, Cai Xianning said that with the end of typhoon Danas effect, the western Pacific subtropical high (referred to as subtropical high) has a clear westward trend. At present, the subtropical high has affected most parts of South China and South China. Later, as the northern boundary of the subtropical high moves further northward, it will also affect the Huanghuai and southern North China.
At the same time, he predicted that, from the current point of view, affected by the subtropical high, the high temperature process will be relatively large, at least until early August, the high temperatures in Huanghuai, Jianghuai and Jiangnan regions will continue, and the people need to take precautions.
DATA FIGURE: Heavy rain caused tree lodging, local landslides and serious water accumulation along the road in Zigong, Sichuan Province. Gongjing Traffic Police Map
Red Early Warning of Heavy Rain in Southwest Sichuan
In recent days, compared with the hot summer in many places in the central and Eastern regions, many places in the southwest have been attacked by torrential rains, waterlogging, flooding of roads, power damage and water inflow into farm houses. Affected by the rainstorm, Sichuan issued a Red Rainstorm Warning in many places on the 22nd, and the whole province started the emergency response of flood control level IV.
It is reported that the maximum rainfall in Sichuan occurred in Zhangchang Town, Danling County, Meishan City, from 8:00 on the 21st to 8:00 on the 22nd, reaching 216.2 mm. On the 22nd, Weiyuan County of Neijiang City, Hongya County of Meishan City and Danling County have upgraded the orange rainstorm warning previously issued to the Red Rainstorm warning.
Sichuan Meteorological Observatory continued to issue a blue rainstorm warning at 15:30 on July 22. It is expected that there will be rainstorms in Dazhou, Guangan, Suining, Yibin, Luzhou and Guiyang, Neijiang, Zigong, Liangshan and the eastern part of Nanchong and Leshan from 20:00 on 22 to 20:00 on 23, with a rainfall of 50-80 mm and a local area of 110-130 mm.
Traffic in Sichuan was blocked by heavy rains. According to Sichuan Online News, on July 22, Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport was hit by thunderstorms. As of 13:00, 59 outbound flights were backed up, 21 flights were cancelled and 26 inbound flights were backed up and landed outdoors. Affected by this, Chengdu Airport launched a large area of flight delays yellow plan at 12:07.
According to China Railway Chengdu Bureau Group Co., Ltd., affected by heavy rains in some parts of Sichuan Province, from 08:40 on the 22nd, some sections of Neiliu Railway, Chengdu-Kunming Railway, Chengdu-Chongqing Railway, Chengya Railway, Baocheng Railway and Dacheng Railway have exceeded the standard rainfall, and passenger trains passing through relevant sections will be delayed to varying degrees. This is the case.
In addition, as of 12:00 on the 22nd, many toll stations along Weiyuan, Zigong, Rongzun and Yinkun Expressways in Yibin were closed. Control of Qinglong-Meishan Freight Car at Chengle Expressway in Leshan Yaan Area. Chengdu-Chongqing Expressway, Chengya Expressway, Chengzilu Expressway and Chengan-Chongqing Expressway around Chengdu are closed.
On July 22, police rescued vehicles stranded in the water in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. Anyuan Photography
Heavy rains will still affect many areas in southwest, northeast and North China.
In addition to the southwest areas affected by heavy rains in recent days, heavy rains will also occur in Northeast and North China.
The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will be heavy rainstorms in Yunnan, Sichuan, Gansu, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang and other parts of the country from 21 to 23, with local heavy rainstorms and strong convective weather.
Specifically, from 20:00 on July 22 to 20:00 on July 23, there were heavy rains or torrential rains in southeastern Inner Mongolia, western Liaoning, north-central Hebei, Beijing, Northwestern Shandong, Eastern and southern Sichuan Basin, southwestern Chongqing, western Guizhou, northern and Western Yunnan, northern Guangxi and southern Guangdong, and some other areas. Rain (100-120 mm).
At the same time, the Central Meteorological Observatory warned that the above areas will also be accompanied by short-term heavy rainfall, thunderstorms and gales and other strong convective weather, with maximum hourly rainfall of 20-50 mm and local rainfall of more than 60 mm.
In response, the Ministry of Water Resources and China Meteorological Administration jointly issued a meteorological warning of mountain torrents at 18:00 on July 22. According to the forecast, from 20:00 on July 22 to 20:00 on July 23, there is a greater possibility of local flash floods in southeastern Sichuan, western Guizhou, northeastern Yunnan and Western Yunnan.