Typhoon mangosteen is expected to land on Guangdong for more than 16 days.

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 Typhoon mangosteen is expected to land on Guangdong for more than 16 days.


At 18:00 on September 14, the Guangdong Provincial Major Meteorological Disaster Emergency Command upgraded the typhoon III emergency response to level II. From 18:30 on the 14th, the Guangdong Maritime Bureau launched the level II anti-typhoon response. More than 6,000 ships in Guangdong waters entered the anti-typhoon state, and 3,238 offshore platform operators have been safely evacuated and landed.

It is expected that landings in the afternoon of 16 may arrive at the top 3 before landing in Guangdong.

The 22nd typhoon mangosteen landed near the northeastern coast of Luzon Island, Philippines, around 2:10 a.m. on Sept. 15 at 0800, the official website of the China Meteorological Observatory said. The maximum wind force was above 17 (super typhoon, 65m / sec) near the center of the landing.

According to the above information, mangosteen is expected to enter the eastern South China Sea around noon on the 15th, and will land along the coast from Taishan to Xuwen in Guangdong Province (14-16, 45-52 m/sec, strong typhoon or super typhoon), then continue to move northwest, gradually weakening its intensity. The Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue an orange warning on Typhoon 15 at 6 oclock.

At 13:10 on the 15th, the Central Meteorological Observatory issued a typhoon express that mangosteen belongs to the strong typhoon level, the maximum wind force 15, 48 meters / sec (about 173 km / h), the central air pressure 945 hPa, the reference location from Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province east south to about 890 km, will be about 25 km / h of speed to the northwest. There is little change in strength.

Affected by typhoon mangosteen, from Sept. 16 to 17, there were heavy rainstorms in Western Guangdong, from coastal cities and counties in the Pearl River Delta to heavy rainstorms, and from Eastern Guangdong.

Lin Liangxun, chief forecaster of the Guangdong Meteorological Observatory, said mangosteen could reach the top three in the typhoon intensity ranking if it landed at 48-52 m/s (15 or 16).

Lin Liangxun said that in the past strong typhoons landing in Guangdong, with the mangosteen path and circulation more similar typhoons are rainbow and Haigbi. In 2008, a strong typhoon landed in Chencun Town, Dianbai County, Guangdong Province. The maximum average wind speed near the center was 45 m/s (class 14), and the Hailing dyke of Yangjiang River was destroyed. When the strong typhoon Rainbow landed in Zhanjiang, Huguang Town, Mazhang District, Zhanjiang recorded the maximum average wind of 46.4 m/s (level 15) and the Maximum gust of 67.2 m/s (level 17 above), and heavy rainstorm occurred in the Pearl River Delta and Western Guangdong.

The above reports show that the Guangdong Provincial Defense General Expert said that the super typhoon mangosteen has the obvious characteristics of stronger typhoon intensity and greater harm in autumn: first, strong wind, a wide range of impact; second, severe storm surge hazards; third, heavy rainfall brought, especially short-term heavy rainfall is extremely easy to lead to mountain torrents disaster; fourth, typhoon shadow During the ring, it coincides with the weekend, and the landing time is at night to the early morning. This is the easiest time to relax. Fifthly, the western region of Guangdong has experienced the recent typhoon Aiyunni, Bei Bijia, Bailijia and extraordinarily heavy rainstorm flood disaster attacks, easy to appear disaster added disaster. These unfavorable factors superimpose each other, resulting in great difficulty in typhoon defense.

Guangdong has stopped many trains, and Shenzhen has cancelled all flights for 16 days.

Surging news noted that by the typhoon weather, many trains in Guangdong have been stopped and stopped.

According to the official Weibo @Guangzhou Railway of China Railway Guangzhou Bureau Group Limited on September 14, some trains from Shenzhen East Railway Station were suspended due to the typhoon. The specific stops were as follows: K1208 train from Shenzhen East to Kunming on September 16-17, K830 train from Shenzhen East to Chengdu, and K830 train from Shenzhen East to Zhanjiang on September 16. K1232; 16-17 September D931, D921 Guangzhou South to Zhanjiang West, 16-17 September D932, D922 Zhanjiang West to Guangzhou South; 15-18 September, Maoming Station, Zhanjiang West Station Z, K head train shutdown.

In addition to many train stops, part of the trains are being suspended.

Guangzhou Railway announced that tickets for Guangzhou-Zhuhai inter-city trains were suspended on September 16, while tickets for high-speed trains around Hainan Island and EMUs on the Jiangzhan Line were suspended from September 16 to 18.

The Railway Department said it would adjust the train operation plan in real time and issue train operation adjustment information according to the impact of typhoon and track changes. Passengers are requested to pay close attention to the announcement or the official website of 12306 Railway. They can also visit Guangzhou Railway official micro-blog inquiry or directly dial 12306 Railway Customer Service Telephone for inquiries.

At the same time, typhoon weather also has a greater impact on flights. Public reports show that affected by the mangosteen 16-17, Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macao, Guangxi, Hainan, sea transport, aviation, rail, highway and other traffic, flights may be delayed or even cancelled in large areas.

On the afternoon of September 15, Shenzhen Airport Group Co., Ltd.s official Weibo @ Shenzhen Airport announced that by 12:00 on September 15, typhoon mangosteen center was located in the South China Sea about 760 kilometers southeast of Shenzhen. Wind was expected to gradually increase in Shenzhen on the night of September 15. Affected by this, there will be the 12-15 largest gust of wind in Shenzhen in September 16th, accompanied by a heavy rainstorm to a torrential rain. To ensure safety, Shenzhen Airport suspended all flights from 0:00-24:00 on September 16 and from 0:00-8:00 on September 17, and cancelled all flights. Please do not go to Shenzhen Airport during this period, and contact the ticket airlines for refund and renewal. It is estimated that after 8 a.m. on September 17th, the incoming and outgoing flights of Shenzhen airport will gradually resume operation. Guest service personnel at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport told Peng Mei News that as of 15 September, no notice of cancellations or suspensions of flights due to typhoon had been received. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310

On the afternoon of September 15, Shenzhen Airport Group Co., Ltd.s official Weibo @ Shenzhen Airport announced that by 12:00 on September 15, typhoon mangosteen center was located in the South China Sea about 760 kilometers southeast of Shenzhen. Wind was expected to gradually increase in Shenzhen on the night of September 15. Affected by this, there will be the 12-15 largest gust of wind in Shenzhen in September 16th, accompanied by a heavy rainstorm to a torrential rain. To ensure safety, Shenzhen Airport suspended all flights from 0:00-24:00 on September 16 and from 0:00-8:00 on September 17, and cancelled all flights. Please do not go to Shenzhen Airport during this period, and contact the ticket airlines for refund and renewal. It is estimated that after 8 a.m. on September 17th, the incoming and outgoing flights of Shenzhen airport will gradually resume operation.

Guest service personnel at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport told Peng Mei News that as of 15 September, no notice of cancellations or suspensions of flights due to typhoon had been received.