Most of northern China will be exposed to cold air in the following three days

25-09-2017Source:National Meteorological Center

In the following three days, affected by the current cold air, in most of Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia, northern Gansu, central and northern parts of North China, western and southern Northeast China, the average temperature or the minimum temperature will drop by 6~10℃. Furthermore, parts of northern Xinjiang and central Inner Mongolia will see temperature drop of more than 12℃.

Today, in some certain locations of northeastern Sichuan, northern Chongqing, southeastern Shaanxi, northwestern Hubei, southwestern Henan, central and northern Anhui, and central and southern Jiangsu, heavy rain or rainstorm or even heavy rainstorm (100~110 mm) is forecasted. Furthermore, portions of these areas will be exposed to short-term precipitation, and the hourly rainfall at its full strength is expected to hit 20~40 mm or even more than 50 mm. In addition, parts of western and southern Hainan Island, southern Guangxi, and southeastern Yunnan will be hit by heavy rain or rainstorm (50~70mm).

At 9:20 p.m. on September 24, the tropical depression in the South China Sea made landfall on Wanning city of south China’s Hainan province, packing maximum wind gusts of up to 16 meters per second. On the early morning today it slipped into northern Beibu Gulf after passing through Hainan Island.

It is expected to move northwestward at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour with a stable or gradually strengthening force. In the afternoon today it will make landfall on northern Vietnam (scale 7~8, 16~20m/s).

In the following 24 hours, affected by the tropical depression, portions of western and southern Hainan Island, southern Guangxi, and southeastern Yunnan will be exposed to heavy rain or rainstorm. In addition, parts of northern Beibu Gulf will be battered by scale 8 gale or scale 9~10 gust. (September 25)

Editor Wu Peng