The China Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow warning for snow storm, cold wave, and blue warning for strong winds at 6:00 on the 21st. There will be heavy snowfall in some areas. The middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River and the north will take the lead in reducing the cold, and some areas will have the worst conditions.low temperatureIt can even reach minus 30℃ (-22℉), reminding locals to stay warm.
In terms of blizzard, the China Meteorological Observatory estimates that from 8:00 on the 21st to 8:00 on the 23rd, some areas of eastern Inner Mongolia, central and eastern Heilongjiang, Changbai Mountain in Jilin and other There will be heavy snowfall. In places, heavy snowfall may occur in local areas, and new snow depths may increase locally. Up to about 20 cm. The main snowfall period is from the night of the 21st to the 22nd.
In addition, affected by the cold wave, the temperature in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River and northern China will drop by 6 to 10 degrees Celsius from the 21st to the 24th. After the cold wave, the minimum temperature line of 0°C will be located from the central and northern parts of Jiangsu and AnhuiHenanCentral and Southern Shaanxi, Southern Shaanxi,GansuIn places such as the southeast, central and eastern Inner Mongolia and most of Heilongjiang, the lowest temperatures will drop below -20 °C, and in some areas it may reach below -30 °C.
According to the typhoon warning, it is expected that strong winds of magnitude 5 to 7 and gusts of magnitude 8 will hit parts of eastern Xinjiang, central and western Inner Mongolia, Gansu’s Hexi, northern Qinghai and southern Tibet from 8 p.m. onwards. From 00:00 on the 21st to 8:00 am on the 22nd; There will be strong winds of magnitude 7 to 8 and gale of magnitude 9 in the Bashi Strait, central, eastern and south-western waters of the South China Sea.
In terms of rain and snow, from the 21st to the 23rd, there will be rain and snow in most of the central and eastern parts of Inner Mongolia and the northeastern regions. These included snowfall in central Jilin, southeastern Heilongjiang and other places.
The China Meteorological Administration previously said that a moderate-intensity “El Niño phenomenon” (also translated as “El Niño”) has formed and is expected to last until next spring, and is expected to cause mixed meteorological disasters. The risk may increase. It is very likely that 2023 will break the record for the hottest year of 2016 and become the hottest year since 1850.