The heaviest rain and snow since the start of the New Year will hit more than 20 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities

2022-05-02 0 By

From February 5 to 7, the Middle East region of China will see the biggest rain and snow since the Year of the Tiger.This process has the characteristics of wide range, large magnitude, complex rain and snow phase, local freezing rain, the impact will affect more than 20 provinces, regions and cities, hunan, Hubei, Anhui and other parts of the region will have a heavy snowstorm, the local heavy snowstorm in southeast Xizang.As the process of the rain and snow overlaps with the peak return time of the Spring Festival, the public should pay attention to the weather change during the return trip to prevent the adverse effects of slippery roads, snow, ice and other adverse effects.On January 31, snow fell in Jinzhou, Liaoning province.(figure/guo-jun wang) over the past 10 days (January 24 solstice on February 2nd), east China appeared a wide range of rain and snow weather, rainfall is a perennial noticeably more during this period, the north China southwest, west of huanghuai, jianghuai, jiangnan north, south China, southwest and shaanxi, hubei and other places more rainfall than normal in 1 ~ 3 times, more than four times.Under its influence, the temperature in many places was lower than the same period of the previous year, especially in Hunan, Guizhou, northern Guangxi and Tibet, where the temperature was 2-4 ℃ lower.Since the New Year’s Eve, many places in South China have been hit by rain and snow. Tomorrow there will be a short pause, with sunshine returning and the feeling of wet and cold easing.However, a new round of rain and snow is also brewing, and this time it will affect more parts of central and eastern China.The National Meteorological Center (NMC) predicted that from February 5 to 7, there will be a large-scale rain or snow weather process in northwest China, western North China, western and southern Huang-Huai Regions and most areas south of them. The line of boundary between rain and snow lies in northern Yunnan, southern Guizhou, western and northern Jiangnan.Gansu, Shaanxi, Ningxia, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Anhui and other parts of the region will have heavy snowfall, jiangnan, South China will have moderate to heavy rain, local heavy rain.There was freezing rain in eastern Guizhou and western Hunan.Specific view, 5, western mountainous area of southern xinjiang, xinjiang, the eastern qinghai-tibet plateau, gansu, shaanxi, northern northern guizhou, yunnan and other places in parts of a small to moderate snow or sleet, among them, eastern Tibet, qinghai south-central north and east, central and southern gansu, shaanxi, large parts of the northwest of yunnan and other places have to blizzard.Local heavy snowfall in southeast Xizang (20 ~ 25 mm).Light to moderate rain hit parts of southern Hunan, Sichuan Basin, most of Guizhou, Yunnan and Guangxi, with heavy rain (25 to 35 mm) in some parts of southwestern Yunnan.Heavy snowfall will hit Hubei province, southern Henan Province, southern Shaanxi Province and western Anhui Province on Saturday, with moderate to heavy snow possible.In addition, in northern Guizhou, northern Hunan, northern Jiangxi, eastern Chongqing, southern Hubei, southern Anhui, southern Jiangsu, northern Zhejiang and other places may appear sleet or rain to snow;Heavy rainfall will occur in most parts of Guangxi, southern Guizhou, southern Hunan and western Jiangxi, with moderate to heavy rain possible.On July 7, this round of rain and snow gradually came to an end.In southern Jiangsu, central and southern Anhui, northwest Zhejiang, northwest Guizhou and other places may have snow or rain and snow mixed weather;Heavy rainfall mainly occurs in zhejiang, Jiangxi, Fujian, Guangdong, eastern Guangxi, southern Hunan and other parts of the place, there may be moderate rain, some places have heavy rain.According to Wang Weiyue, a weather analyst with The China Weather Network, the process is characterized by a wide range of rain and snow, large precipitation levels, complex rain and snow phases and local freezing rain.For big cities, Xining, Lanzhou, Xi ‘an, Zhengzhou, Hefei, Nanjing and Wuhan are expected to see snow, while Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Guiyang, Kunming, Nanning, Nanchang, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Fuzhou are mainly expected to see rain.In addition, the purple range appeared on the forecast chart on May 5, mainly concentrated in southeast Xizang, indicating that there will be a heavy snowstorm (20-25 mm) in the local area, reminding the above areas to strengthen prevention of heavy snowfall and snow on transportation, production and life, livestock and other adverse effects.This is the central Meteorological Station changed the color standard card of the legend, and changed the color of heavy snowstorm and heavy snowstorm from the previous dark gray and black to the current purple, in order to better distinguish them.Under the influence of the rain and snow weather, the highest temperature in most parts of China is expected to be less than 15 degrees Celsius around 8 days, except in southern China and most of Yunnan.In southern China, such as northern Guizhou, central Hunan, western Hubei and western Zhejiang, the highest temperature may be less than 5℃.The maximum temperature in most of northern China was less than 10℃, especially in the northern part of Northeast China, Inner Mongolia, Qinghai, northern Xinjiang, most of Ningxia and most of Gansu, where the maximum temperature hovered around the freezing point, the weather was relatively cold.Since late January, there have been three rounds of rain and snow. Why so much rain and snow?Wang weiyue analyzed that due to the active southern trough, good water vapor conditions, the eastward movement of the upper trough and cold air activities, rain and snow have been frequent recently.In response to the rain and snow, she added that the public should keep warm during the recent rainy and snowy weather in south China.At the same time, the upcoming large-scale rain and snow weather process in central and eastern China overlaps with the Spring Festival return peak, so the public should pay attention to the weather change on the way back to prevent the adverse effects of slippery roads, snow, ice and other adverse effects.