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发布时间:2019年12月31日06:54 Source: Central Meteorological Station Release time: December 31, 2019 06:54
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There will be 7 to 8 gales in China's offshore waters

I. Strong winds of magnitude 7 to 8 in the Yellow Sea and East China Sea

From 14:00 on the 30th to 02:00 on the 31st, northerly winds with magnitudes 5 to 6 and gusts 7 appeared in the Bohai Sea and the Straits of Bohai Sea. Gale 7 to 8 and gusts 9 appeared in most of the Yellow Sea and most of the East China Sea. Northeast winds of magnitude 6 to 7 and gusts of magnitude 8 appeared in the Taiwan Strait, east of Taiwan, and northeastern South China Sea. Light mist appeared in Beibu Gulf with visibility less than 10 kilometers.

Second, there will be 7 to 8 gales in China's offshore waters

It is estimated that during the day from 31st to January 2nd, 2020, under the influence of strong cold air, most of the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, the east of Taiwan, the Bus Strait, the northern and central South China Seas will have 7 Strong winds of ~ 8 and gusts of 9 ~ 10, among which the winds in parts of the Taiwan Strait can reach 9 and gusts of 10 ~ 11. To this end, the Central Meteorological Observatory continued to publish the "forecast at sea" at 06:00 on December 31.

The specific forecast for the next three days is as follows:

From 08:00 on December 31 to 08:00 on January 1, 2020, most of the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, the east of Taiwan, the Bus Strait, the northern and central South China Sea will have 7-8 gusts. Strong winds of magnitude 9 to 10, of which the wind in some areas of the Taiwan Strait can reach magnitude 9 and gusts of magnitude 10 to 11. In addition, there will be southwest winds of magnitude 6 to 7 and gusts of 8 in the northern Bohai Sea and the Bohai Strait. Beibu Gulf, South China Sea There will be northerly or northeast winds of magnitude 6 to 7 and gusts of 8 in the southern waters (Figure 1).

Figure 1 Forecast of gale above Grade 6 in the offshore area (from 8:00 on December 31, 2019 to 8:00 on January 1, 2020)

From 08:00 on the 1st to 08:00 on the 2nd, the southwestern seas of the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, the east side of Taiwan, the Bus Strait, the northern South China Sea and the central and eastern seas will have gales 7-8, gusts 9-10, and Beibu Bay, There will be northerly or northeast winds of magnitude 5-7 and gusts 8 in the southern South China Sea (Figure 2).

Figure 2 Forecast of gale above sea level 6 (from 08:00 on the 1st to 08:00 on the 2nd)

From 08:00 on the 2nd to 08:00 on the 3rd, there will be northerly or northeast winds of magnitude 5 to 7 and gusts of 8 in the southwestern waters of the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, the east of Taiwan, the Bastrait, and most of the South China Sea (Figure 3) .

Figure 3 Forecast of gale above sea level 6 (from 8:00 on the 2nd to 8:00 on the 3rd)

3. Weather impact and focus

During the day on the 31st and during the day on January 2, 2020, most of the Yellow Sea, most of the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, the east of Taiwan, the Bastrait, the northern and central South China Sea will have 7-8 and gusts 9-10 Strong winds, among which the winds in parts of the Taiwan Strait can reach 9 degrees and gusts of 10 to 11. Ships sailing and operating in areas affected by high winds should pay attention to navigation safety.

For detailed information on maritime gale, please refer to the latest issue of “Central Meteorological Forecast” issued by the Central Meteorological Observatory.

(Responsible editor: Zhang Lin)

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