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Stronger cold air significantly affected local winds in the central and eastern regions

发布时间:2019年12月30日06:54 Source: Central Meteorological StationRelease time: 06:54, December 30, 2019
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Yesterday, heavy snow fell in central and eastern Heilongjiang, central Jilin, and northern and northern Liaoning, and heavy snow fell in Harbin, Heilongjiang. Affected by cold air, yesterday, there were 6-8 gusts in central and eastern Inner Mongolia, most of northeast China, northern North China, Huanghuai and other places. At 5 o'clock yesterday, the temperature in the above areas dropped by 4-10 ° C. In central Jilin, In most places in Liaoning, central and eastern Inner Mongolia, and northwestern Shanxi, the temperature drops to 12-18 ° C and the local temperature reaches 20-23 ° C. In addition, this morning, heavy fog appeared in most areas of Jiangsu and Anhui, Hubei, northern Hunan, and central and southern Guizhou, and the local visibility was less than 200 meters.

It is estimated that from 08:00 on December 30, 2019 to 08:00 on January 1, 2020, due to the strong cold air, the southeast of Northwest China, most of Northeast China, most of North China, Huanghuai, Jianghuai, Jianghan, Jiangnan, etc. The average or minimum temperature of the region will drop by 4 to 8 ° C. Among them, the temperature in some parts of the northeast, the east of Huanghuai, the northeast of Jiangnan, and other places will drop to 10-12 ° C, and the local temperature can reach 14 ° C or more. The above areas are accompanied by northerly winds of magnitude 4 to 5 and gusts of magnitude 7. In addition, during the day of the 30th to the night of the 31st, most of the Yellow Sea, most of the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, the northern part of the South China Sea, and the central and eastern parts of the country had gales 7-8 and gusts 9-10. The Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue strong wind and sea wind forecast at 06:00 on December 30.

Specific forecast for the next three days

From 08:00 on December 30 to 08:00 on December 31, some areas such as northern Xinjiang, eastern Inner Mongolia, eastern northeast China, and Shandong peninsula experienced light to moderate snow or sleet. There was light to moderate rain in parts of the east and southwest, most of southern Jiangnan, northern and eastern South China, southern Yunnan, and Taiwan Island, and heavy rain (25-45 mm) on the island of Taiwan. North China, most of the Huanghuai region, and most of the Jianghuai region had 4-5 northerly winds. Most of the Yellow Sea, most of the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, and the northeastern part of the South China Sea will have gales 7-8 and gusts 9-10.

At 08:00 on December 31, 2019 to 08:00 on January 1, 2020, there was light snow or sleet in parts of the Yili River Valley in Xinjiang, along the Tianshan region, and in the southeast of the northwestern region. There was light rain in some areas in the east and southwest of Southwest China, western Hunan, and Taiwan Island, and local rain was moderate. In parts of eastern Inner Mongolia, Liaodong Peninsula, and Shandong Peninsula, winds of magnitude 4 to 6 were observed. Most of the East China Sea, the Taiwan Strait, the northern part of the South China Sea, and the central and eastern parts will have strong gales of magnitude 7-8 and gusts of magnitude 9-10.

There was light snow or sleet in the Yili River Valley in Xinjiang and parts of the areas along the Tianshan Mountains, northern and western Tibet, and southern Qinghai from 08:00 on January 1st to 08:00 on the 2nd. There was light rain in some parts of the southwest, eastern Yunnan, most of the Jianghuai, eastern Jianghan, northern and western Hunan, and Taiwan Island, and moderate rain. In areas of central Inner Mongolia, Hexi, Gansu, Liaodong Peninsula, Shandong Peninsula and other places, there are 4 to 5 winds. There will be gales of magnitude 7-8 and gusts of 9 in the Taiwan Strait, the northeast of the South China Sea, and the middle east.

(Responsible editor: Zhang Lin)

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