Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, July 7 (Reporter Gao Jing) From July 7 to 10, a new round of heavy precipitation will occur in southern China. The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow warning for heavy rain on the 7th, and the China Meteorological Administration launched a four-level emergency response to major meteorological disasters (storms). Guizhou, Guangxi, Hunan, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, and possibly affected provincial meteorological bureaus maintain or adjust the corresponding emergency response levels based on actual research.
The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will be heavy rains in southern Guizhou, northwestern Guangxi, northwestern Guangdong, south-central Hunan, north-central Jiangxi, northern Fujian, southern Zhejiang, and southeastern Tibet, from July 7th to 8th, including southeastern Guizhou. Heavy rain or heavy rain (100 to 180 mm) occurs in parts of northeastern Guangxi, central and southern Hunan, central Jiangxi, southwestern Zhejiang, and northwestern Fujian. The maximum hourly precipitation is 30 to 50 mm, and the local area can reach 70 mm or more. In some areas, there are strong convective weather such as thunderstorms or short-term heavy precipitation. He Lifu, chief forecaster of the Central Meteorological Observatory, pointed out that the public within the scope of this round of precipitation should pay attention to the weather forecast and warning information in a timely manner, make reasonable travel arrangements, and avoid going to mountainous areas and other geological disaster-prone areas. At the same time, major cities covered by this round of precipitation, such as Guiyang, Changsha, Wuhan, Nanchang, Hefei, Nanjing and Shanghai, should pay attention to the road water accumulation, and even the adverse impact of urban traffic on the traffic.xx