Cold air continues to hit central-eastern parts as typhoon Haikui enters into South Sea

10-11-2017Source:National Meteorological Center

The National Meteorological Center(NMC) continues to issue blue warning of typhoon at 10:00 a.m. today. At 10:00 a.m. today, the center of this year’s 24th typhoon Haikui (tropical storm level) located in sea areas which about 780 kilometers away from east by south of Yongxing island of Sansha city in Hainan. Haikui will move towards northwest at the speed of 25 kilometers per hour with gaining intensity, then close to southeastern Hainan Island. It maybe develop into a severe tropical storm or typhoon. There will be gale in South Sea, Taiwan Strait, Bashi Channel, southern coast of Fujian, western coast of Taiwan Island and eastern coast of Hainan Island.

In the past day, the cold air wreak havoc on the central-western Inner Mongolia, northern Ningxia and northern Shaanxi. The temperature of these areas dropped by 8-10℃ even 12-14℃.

The NMC continues to issue blue warning of cold wave at 10:00 a.m. on November 10. It’s forecasted that from 2:00 p.m. of November 10 to 11, the temperature of eastern Inner Mongolia, North China, Northeast China, the Yellow-Huaihe basin, the Yangtze-Hanshui basin, northern Yangtze-Huaihe basin, western South of the Yangtze-Huaihe, eastern Shaanxi and eastern Guizhou will drop by 4-6℃. In northeastern Inner Mongolia, central-southern Northeast China, central-southern North China and northern Yellow-Huaihe basin, the temperature will drop by 8-10℃ with scale 4-6 winds and scale 7 gust. On the morning of November 11, the minimum temperature of 0℃ line will locate along southern Gansu, northern Guanzhong Plateau, southern Hebei and southern Liaodong Peninsula.

From November 10 to 11, light to moderate snow or sleet will hit central-northern Northeast China and northeastern Inner Mongolia while northeastern Heilongjiang get heavy snow.


Editor Hao Jing