The landfall of Lichma in Shandong will continue to affect the local rainstorm in East China and North China.

 The landfall of Lichma in Shandong will continue to affect the local rainstorm in East China and North China.

Beijing News Express, China Meteorological Administration, the latest news, since this years strongest typhoon Lichma tomorrow is Sunday, will land again in Shandong Peninsula, Lichma after landing will continue to affect East China and North China.

Heavy rainstorms in Miyun and other places in Beijing

The center of typhoon No. 9 of this year, Lichma (super typhoon level), landed on the coast of Wenling City, Zhejiang Province, around 1:45 a.m. today (August 10).

It is expected that the Lichma will move northward at a speed of about 15 kilometers per hour, and its intensity will gradually weaken. After crossing Zhejiang and Jiangsu, it will move into the western Yellow Sea around noon tomorrow and land again on the southern coast of Shandong Peninsula (tropical storm or strong tropical storm, 8-1) from evening to night tomorrow. Level 0, 20-25 m/s.

Yesterday, heavy rainstorms occurred in northeastern Beijing, southern Tianjin, southeastern Hebei, western Shandong, northern and Western Henan, southeastern Inner Mongolia and northeastern Heilongjiang. Heavy rainstorms occurred in Miyun, Handan and Cangzhou of Beijing, Dezhou and Liaocheng of Shandong, Zhengzhou and Luoyang of Henan (100-204 mm).

Influenced by Lichma, the cumulative rainfall in the east-central part of Zhejiang Province has been 100-250 mm since the 8th day, 300-550 mm in parts of Taizhou, Wenzhou and Ningbo, 735 mm in Taizhou, 625 mm in Sanmen, 8-10 gusts in eastern Zhejiang and Northern Fujian coastal areas, 12-15 gusts in Zhejiang coastal areas and 625 mm in Taizhou. The Maximum gust in Sangaria Island, Shitang Town, Zhouzhou was over 17 (61.4 m/s).

Local Rainstorms in North China and Other Areas Today and Tomorrow

The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that the landing of Lichma will continue to affect Eastern and Northern China.

From 8:00 on October 10 to 8:00 on November 11, there will be 6-8 Gales in the Bashi Strait, the northern Taiwan Strait, the eastern surface of Taiwan, the East China Sea, the Hangzhou Bay, the Yangtze Estuary, most of the Yellow Sea, the Bohai Bay and the coastal areas of the northern Taiwan Island, the north-central Fujian, Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu and the Southern Shandong Peninsula, among which the Yellow Sea will have 6-8 gales. In the southwest, the west of the East China Sea, the Yangtze Estuary, the Hangzhou Bay and the coastal areas of Zhejiang, Shanghai and southern Jiangsu, there are 9-10 wind levels, 11-12 wind levels and 13-14 gusts in the central and northern coastal areas of Zhejiang.

Affected by the high-altitude trough and low eddy shear, moderate to heavy rain and local rainstorm occurred in North China, the western and southern parts of Northeast China and the eastern part of Inner Mongolia on October 10. In addition, from 10 to 11, there will be moderate to heavy rains and local rainstorms in the eastern and southern parts of Southwest China and in the northern and southern parts of China.

It is expected that from 8:00 on August 10 to 8:00 on August 11, heavy rainstorms will occur in Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Shandong, most of Anhui, central and southern Taiwan Island, and parts of Eastern Hebei, Tianjin, western Liaoning and central Heilongjiang. Among them, heavy rainstorms will occur in the north-central Zhejiang, Shanghai, Eastern and southern Jiangsu, southeastern Anhui, central Shandong and Eastern Heilongjiang. Heavy rains (100-180 mm) occurred in parts of southern China.

Some of the above areas are accompanied by short-term heavy precipitation (maximum hourly rainfall 20-50 mm, local up to 60 mm), local thunderstorms and gales and other strong convective weather. The Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue an orange rainstorm warning at 6:00 on August 10.

Meteorological experts warned that attention should be paid to the serious effects of wind and rain in Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Shandong and Fujian, as well as the possible secondary disasters such as urban and rural waterlogging, small and medium-sized River floods, mountain torrents and geological disasters, as well as the impact of typhoons on the north and secondary disasters caused by typhoons in North China and Northeast China.

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