Shanghai Meteorological Bureau: Lichma gradually away from the impact on Shanghai is basically over.

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 Shanghai Meteorological Bureau: Lichma gradually away from the impact on Shanghai is basically over.


On August 11, Shanghai, typhoon Lichma gradually faded away, Shencheng reappeared blue sky and white clouds, and the Bund viewing platform resumed opening. Visual Chinese Map

On August 11, Peng Mei, a journalist, learned from the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau that typhoon No. 9, Lichma, was located near Rizhao City, Shandong Province at 13:00 in 2019, about 420 kilometers west of Shanghai to the north.

The Shanghai Meteorological Bureau said that under the influence of Lichma, from 8:00 on the 9th to 8:00 on the 11th, there was a torrential rain in Shanghai. The process rainfall in all districts was more than 150 mm, of which 12 towns exceeded 250 mm, the maximum in Minhangpujiang town was 276.1 mm, and the maximum hourly rainfall intensity was 112.2 mm. The maximum wind power in Yangpu District is 9, in Yangtze Estuary and coastal areas along the Yangtze River is 11, and in Yangshan Port and adjacent coastal areas is 13-15. With the gradual departure of Lichma, its impact on Shanghai has basically ended. At present, the blue warning signal of gale is maintained and will be lifted around the evening of November 11.

Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Luo Chongwei_NB12082