2021年11月27日

In the north of China, there are rain and snow weather in most parts of the east

China News Network on March 26 Sand weather is expected to hit northern China in the coming week, according to the National Meteorological Center’s website. Among them, from 8 o ‘clock on the 26th to 8 o ‘clock on the 27th, the eastern and southern Xinjiang basin, the central and western Inner Mongolia, the central and western Gansu, the northern and eastern Qinghai, Ningxia, northwest Shaanxi and other places have sand blowing or dust weather, among which, the western Inner Mongolia, western Gansu and local sandstorm. From 26 to 27, light to moderate rain will occur in most parts of central and eastern China, with heavy rain accompanied by thunder and lightning in parts of southern China. On the 28th, northeast Inner Mongolia, northwest Heilongjiang and other places have heavy snow.

Yesterday 08 to 06 today, Gansu Longzhong, eastern and southern Qinghai, western Sichuan plateau north, eastern Xizang, southern Heilongjiang and other parts of the snow (rain) or sleet, Qinghai Huangnan, Heilongjiang Suihua local precipitation of 5 ~ 10 mm; Moderate rain has hit parts of Gansu Longnan, southwestern Shaanxi and northern Guangxi, and local rain has hit Liuzhou, Guangxi. Sand or dust has been seen in the southern basin of Xinjiang, the central and western parts of Gansu and parts of northern Qinghai.

Dust weather is expected to hit northern China in the coming week. Among them, from 8 o ‘clock on the 26th to 8 o ‘clock on the 27th, the eastern and southern Xinjiang basin, the central and western Inner Mongolia, the central and western Gansu, the northern and eastern Qinghai, Ningxia, northwest Shaanxi and other places have sand blowing or dust weather, among which, the western Inner Mongolia, western Gansu and local sandstorm. On the 28th, affected by the Mongolian cyclone, the central and eastern parts of Inner Mongolia, the northern part of Northwest China, the northern part of North China, the northern part of Huanghuai River and the western part of Northeast China were affected by sand and dust storms.

National Dust Weather Forecast Chart (08/08/27, March) Source: website of the Central Meteorological Station

During the day, there will be heavy fog in the eastern coastal waters of the Liaodong Peninsula, the waters near Chengshantou and the eastern waters of the Yellow Sea, with visibility of less than 1km. In addition, from morning to morning, there was heavy fog in parts of southwest Heilongjiang, northern Jilin, southeastern Liaoning and southern Sichuan Basin, among which, visibility was less than 200 meters in southwest Heilongjiang. The Central Meteorological Station continued to issue a yellow alert for fog at 6 o ‘clock on March 26.

National Fog Forecast Chart (08/26/08 — 08/26/20) Source: website of the Central Meteorological Station

From 26 to 27, light to moderate rain will occur in most parts of central and eastern China, with heavy rain accompanied by thunder and lightning in parts of southern China. On the 28th, northeast Inner Mongolia, northwest Heilongjiang and other places have heavy snow.

From 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on March 26, there will be light snow or sleet in parts of northern Xinjiang, northeast Inner Mongolia, northwest Heilongjiang, east Xizang and central Northwest China, with moderate to heavy snow (5 ~ 6 mm) locally. Light to moderate rain and local heavy rain (25 ~ 30 mm) occurred in northern Xinjiang, eastern Inner Mongolia, most of Northeast China, southeast of Northwest China, North China, Huanghuai, Jianghuai, Jianghan, northern and western parts of Jiangnan, eastern and northern parts of Southwest China, and most of South China. The central and eastern parts of Inner Mongolia have wind force 4 ~ 6, the southern Xinjiang basin, the eastern part of northwest China, the northern part of North China and other places have sand blowing or dust weather, local sandstorms.

National Precipitation Forecast Chart (0:00, March 26-0:00, March 27) Source: website of National Meteorological Station

From 8:00 am on March 27 to 8:00 am on March 28, light snow or sleet will fall in parts of Xinjiang along the Tianshan Mountains, western mountainous areas and eastern Inner Mongolia. The Yili River Valley of Xinjiang, the northeast of Inner Mongolia, the northern part of Heilongjiang, the eastern part of Jilin, most of Jianghuai, the eastern part of Jianghan, most of Jiangnan, the southeast part of Southwest China, and most of South China have light to moderate rain, with local heavy rain (25 ~ 30 mm). Wind of force 4 ~ 6 occurred in the central and western part of Inner Mongolia, the central and eastern part of North China, Shandong Peninsula and other places. Sand blowing or dust weather occurred in the central and western part of Inner Mongolia, the eastern part of Northwest China and some parts of North China, and sandstorms occurred locally.

National Precipitation Forecast Chart (08/27/28-08/28/08) Source: website of the Central Meteorological Station

From 8 o ‘clock on March 28 to 8 o ‘clock on March 29, there will be moderate snow or sleet in some areas of northern and western Xinjiang, northeast of Inner Mongolia, northwest of Heilongjiang, south and west of Tibet, north of Qinghai and south of Gansu, and moderate to heavy snow (10 ~ 15 mm). Light to moderate rain will fall in parts of northern Xinjiang, eastern Inner Mongolia, most of Northeast China, northeast of Northwest China, most of Jiangnan, southeast of Southwest China and most of South China. The eastern part of Inner Mongolia, Liaodong Peninsula, most of North China and other parts of the wind 4 ~ 6, the central and eastern part of Inner Mongolia, the northeast part of Northwest China, North China, the northern part of Huang-Huai River and other places have blowing sand or dust weather, local sandstorms.

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