• 3 meteorological observatories of China listed as WMO Centennial Observing Station

    On May 24, local time, the 19th World Meteorological Congress announced the latest batch of Centennial Observing Station. The three meteorological observatories in Hailar, Inner Mongolia, Bengbu, Anhui, and Hangzhou, Zhejiang declared by China were recognized as World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Centennial Observing Station because of their long history and their commitment to continuous observation and environmental protection.

  • Focusing on The Early Warnings for All initiative,the 19th World Meteorological Congress opened in Geneva

    On May 22, local time, the 19th World Meteorological Congress opened in Geneva, Switzerland. Representatives from agencies and 160 members of World Meteorological Organization (WMO) , and relevant international organizations took part in the Congress. Dr. ZHANG Zuqiang, deputy administrator of China Meteorological Administration (CMA) attended the Congress.

  • The first set of images of FY-3G released

    On May 15, the first set of images of FENGYUN-3G (FY-3G), China's first precipitation measurement satellite, was released to the public. The monitoring images of 6 payloads onboard FY-3G showed the three-dimensional structure of different layers of precipitation, which can enable better monitoring and forecasting of severe precipitation systems.

Upcoming Events

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    The nineteenth World Meteorological Congress (Cg-19)
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    Hydrology topics and Hydrological Assembly during Cg-19 and EC-77
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    Seventy-seven session of the Executive Council (EC-77)