Shandong Shouguang Meteorological Observatory with a Record of Extreme Daily Precipitation Was Submerged

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 Shandong Shouguang Meteorological Observatory with a Record of Extreme Daily Precipitation Was Submerged


Typhoon Lichma is about 120 kilometers south-west of Qingdao, Shandong Province, at 16 p.m. this afternoon. It will move northward at a speed of about 22 kilometers per hour, with a slight increase in intensity.

From 20 oclock yesterday to 16 oclock today, heavy rainfall concentrated in the western part of Shandong Province. It lasted for a long time. Short-term heavy rainfall of more than 20 mm per hour blossomed everywhere. There were many stations breaking the record in less than one day. For example, Linqu, Changle, Guangrao and other places have broken the record of one-day extreme precipitation.

In addition, shouguang, Shandong Province, was absent after 12 oclock today. From 20 oclock yesterday to 12 oclock today, the cumulative rainfall of 222 mm has also created an extreme record of one-day precipitation.

The following picture is at noon on the 10th day. Affected by heavy rainfall, the water level of the Mihe River in Shouguang has risen. The Observatory of Shouguang Meteorological Bureau in Shandong Province has been flooded, and the staff has urgently removed equipment and materials.

Source: Luo Chongwei_NB12082, responsible editor of Beijing Newspaper