Turning point! The rainfall in the Yangtze River Basin is on the rise and wane, and the violent plum in the south is expected to end

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 Turning point! The rainfall in the Yangtze River Basin is on the rise and wane, and the violent plum in the south is expected to end


The picture shows the water body comparison of Chaohu Lake on June 30 and July 25 (source: National Satellite Meteorological Center)

Today, the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River is still one of the centers of heavy rainfall in China. Rainfall has occurred in central and southern Jiangsu, central and southern Anhui, Eastern Hubei, and northern Jiangxi. The rainfall is relatively heavy in southern Jiangsu, along the river in Anhui, along the river in Hubei, and in northern Jiangxi. The rainfall in some areas ranges from 30 mm to 50 mm in 6 hours, and even exceeds 50 mm locally.

As the subtropical high moves northward on July 29, Chinas main rain belt will also move northward. The rainfall in the Yangtze River Basin and Huaihe River Basin will be further weakened. It is expected that plum blossom will appear in the above areas one after another. The rainfall in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River may stop completely from the 30th.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Judging from the future trend, the violent plum in the south of China is expected to end after the heavy rainfall, and the overall flood control pressure in the Yangtze River Basin in China will gradually reduce, but at present, many rivers are still at high water level, and flood control can not be relaxed. Source: responsible editor of China Weather Network: Hua Chengyu_ NBJ11143

Judging from the future trend, after this round of heavy rainfall, the violent plum in the south this year is expected to end, and the overall flood control pressure in the Yangtze River Basin in China will gradually reduce. However, many rivers are still in high water level, and flood control can not be relaxed.