It is reported from the press conference of CMA that China's mean temperature of June was higher than the normal years and the precipitation was similar to the normal with remarkable regional differences.
In the past June, China's mean temperature was 20.1℃, which was 0.5℃ higher than the normal years (19.6℃). The temperatures of central Inner Mongolia and northeast part of Northwest China were 1 to 2℃. But in other places of China, the temperatures were similar to or higher. In northeastern Xinjiang, most places of Gansu, west part of the Yellow-Huaihe River Valley, northeast part of the Yangtze-Han River Valley, west part of Northwest China and north part of Northeast China, the temperatures were 1 to 2℃ higher and in some places, 2 to 4℃ higher.
In June, the mean precipitation was 101.6mm, which was 3.8% more than the normal years (97.8mm). In central of Northwest China, Inner Mongolia, most places of Northeast China, central part of south of the Yangtze, northwest part of South China and some places of Southwest China, the precipitation was 20% to 200% more than the normal years. In south part of North China, the Yellow-Huaihe River Valley, the Yangtze-Huaihe River Valley, the Yangtze-Han River Valley and northern Xinjiang, the precipitation was 30% to 80% less and in some places, 80% less.
The rainfall regions in June were remarkably different. The mean precipitation of Northeast China (Jilin, Liaoning, Heilongjiang and Inner Mongolia) was 112.5mm, which was 59.5% more than the normal years (70.5mm), the maximum since 1957. In the Yellow-Huaihe River Valley (Shandong, Henan, Jiangsu and Anhui), the precipitation was 41.1mm, 60.5% less than the normal years (104.8mm), the minimum since 1989.
In June, China also got extreme high temperature and extreme daily precipitation events. 68 meteorological stations in Henan, Shandong, Anhui, Yunnan and Tibet reached the standard of extreme high temperature. 27 stations of China reached the standard of extreme daily precipitation event in Xinjiang, Tibet, Qinghai, Gansu, inner Mongolia, Anhui, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi, Fujian, Guangxi, Guangdong, Guizhou and Sichuan. (Jul 2)
Editor Kong Yan