The next three days will be rainy and rainy in the south, and the temperature will rise in most parts of the north
China News Service, March 7th. According to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, in the next three days, there will be more rainy weather in the southern region, but the rainfall is not large, mainly from light to moderate rain, and there will be heavy rain in the local area. Among them, Guizhou, Some areas in Hunan and other places are accompanied by weak thunder and lightning weather. In the next two days, the temperature will rise in most parts of northern China, and the temperature increase in North China and Northeast China will reach 4-8℃, and in some areas it will reach 10℃ or more.
Thunderstorms and strong local convective weather occurred in Jiangnan and central and eastern South China
Heavy rain occurred in some areas and local heavy rain (50-82 mm); most of the above-mentioned areas were accompanied by thunder and lightning, small hail and strong winds of 8-9 thunderstorms occurred in Guangdong and Fujian. In addition, affected by the cold air, the temperature in western and southern Huanghuai, Jianghuai, Jianghan, and northern Jiangnan dropped by 4 to 8°C at 5 o’clock today compared with 5 o’clock yesterday.
In the next three days, there will be more rainy weather in the south
In the next three days, there will be more rainy weather in the south, but the rainfall is not large, mainly light to moderate rain, and heavy rain locally. Among them, some areas in Guizhou, Hunan and other places are accompanied by weak thunder and lightning weather.
Temperature rises in most parts of northern China
In the next two days, the temperature in most parts of northern China will rise. The temperature increase in North China and Northeast China can reach 4～8℃, and some areas can reach Above 10°C.
From 8 o’clock on March 7 to 8 o’clock on the 8th, there were light to moderate snow or some areas in the mountainous areas of western Xinjiang, western and southeastern Tibet, the central and eastern parts of the northwestern region, and the northern part of the western Sichuan plateau. Sleet, heavy snow (5-9 mm) locally. There was light to moderate rain in parts of the southeastern part of the northwest, most of the south of the Yangtze River, the east and south of the southwest, and the central and western parts of South China, with heavy rain (25 to 35 mm) locally. There are 4 to 5 winds in parts of central and eastern Inner Mongolia and northeastern Jiangnan.
Figure 1 National Precipitation forecast map (from 8 am to 8 am on March 7th)
From 8 am on March 8th to 8 am on 9th, northeastern Inner Mongolia, northwest Heilongjiang, northern Xinjiang, Tibet There is light to moderate snow or sleet in parts of the west, southeast, and north of North China. There were light to moderate rains in parts of southwestern North China, western and southern Huanghuai, Jianghuai, Jianghan, most of Jiangnan, eastern Southwest, and central and western South China. There are 4 to 5 winds in parts of central and eastern Inner Mongolia, northeast China and other places.
Figure 2 National Precipitation forecast map (from 8 am to 8 am on March 8th)
From 8 am on March 9th to 8 am on 10th, northern Heilongjiang, eastern Tibet, central and eastern Northwestern China, and northern Sichuan Western Plateau Some areas in other places have light to moderate snow or sleet, and local heavy snow (5-7 mm). There were moderate to heavy rains in parts of southwestern Hunan, most of Guizhou, and central and northern Guangxi, and local heavy rains (50-55 mm). There are 4 to 5 winds in parts of the central-eastern part of Inner Mongolia and the northeastern region.
Figure 3 National Precipitation forecast map (from 8 a.m. to 8 a.m. on March 9)