playfreebingo| Central Meteorological Observatory: Important weather and atmosphere presentation (May 24, 2024)

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Source: Central Meteorological Observatory website

There will be heavy rainfall in Jiangnan, South China and other places from the night of the 25th to the 27th

It is expected that from the night of May 25 to 27, a heavy rainfall weather process will occur from west to east and from north to south in the eastern part of Southwest China, central and southern Jiangnan, and South China. This process has rapid movement of rainfall systems and scattered heavy rainfall centers., strong short-term rainplayfreebingocharacteristics.

playfreebingo| Central Meteorological Observatory: Important weather and atmosphere presentation (May 24, 2024)

The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that from the night of the 25th to the 27th, parts of southeastern Sichuan, southern Chongqing, northern and eastern Guizhou, central and southern Hunan, central and southern Jiangxi, western and northern Fujian, eastern and southern Guangxi, and most of Guangdong will have Heavy rain and local heavy rain, with cumulative rainfall of 50 - 80 mm and local rainfall of 100 - 180 mmplayfreebingo; The above areas are accompanied by strong convective weather such as short-term heavy precipitation (maximum hourly rainfall of 50 - 90 mm) and local thunderstorms and strong winds.

Meteorologists warned that due to the impact of heavy rainfall, Sichuan, Guizhou, Hunan, Jiangxi, Fujian, Guangxi, Guangdong and other local areas are at risk of heavy rain disasters, which may induce secondary disasters such as geological disasters, flash floods, floods in small and medium-sized rivers, and urban waterlogging. Transportation and tourism are unfavorable. It is recommended that the public pay close attention to the latest weather conditions and forecast and warning information released by the local meteorological department, avoid being close to dangerous areas such as river valleys, mountains, and slopes, and try to detour sections when traveling when encountering stagnant water, and do not forcibly wading through water; at the same time, pay attention to beware of strong convective weather such as thunderstorms and strong winds.

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