Today (July 25) at 5 pm Beijing time,”Fireworks(Stormlevel), is located at a distance from the center locatedzhejiangAbout 140 km southeast of Zhoushan City in the East China Sea, the most likely landfall would occur this afternoon from Jiangshan to Zhoushan (typhoon level at the time of landing), or it could pass through Zhoushan Island and enter Hangzhou Bay at Jiaxing. Is. Midnight.Shanghailanding on the shore.
Yesterday (24th), typhoon warnings in mainland China rose twice in a row, and the blue changed to yellow and then orange. The Shanghai Central Meteorological Observatory has updated the Typhoon Blue warning signal on the 24th to a Typhoon Yellow warning signal at 13:00, and plans to update it to the Typhoon Orange warning signal on the 24th at 20:00.
“Fireworks” escaping from Taiwan and hitting Shanghai and Zhejiang
Strong Thunderstorm “Fireworks”, which originated in the waters northwest of Guam, weakened slightly on the evening of the 21st and continued to move toward Taiwan at high speed. Influenced by “fireworks”, the catchment area of the Taiwan Reservoir received heavy rain, and the reservoir was nearing its full water level. Prior to this, Taiwan had experienced severe drought, and the reservoir was almost completely depleted.
While Taiwan was paying close attention to the storm’s landing on the mainland, “fireworks” began to intensify westward (in the direction of Mainland China) on the morning of July 23. According to news from the Central Meteorological Observatory that day, the maximum wind force near the “fireworks” center is level 14 (42 meters per second), and the strongest can reach a super typhoon level (level 16).
With regard to the development of “fireworks”, Taiwanese meteorologist Peng Qiming previously analyzed that the composition of “fireworks” is “actually a perfect storm”, a classic typhoon in textbooks. “As for us, we are very grateful for not coming to Taiwan. Good.”
“Fireworks” Haven’t Landed in Shanghai and Sees Its Power
According to the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau, at 16:00 on the 24th, the center of the “fireworks” was located over the sea, about 440 kilometers southeast of Shanghai. The maximum wind force near the center was level 13 (40 meters per second). , and the lowest pressure at the center was 960 hPa. The radius of the seventh wind circle is 200–300 km, the tenth wind circle has a radius of 80–100 km, and the twelfth wind circle has a radius of 40 km.
Hurricane “Fireworks” affected Shanghai with rain and strong winds. Jinshan Tinglin Town saw a maximum rainfall of 91.9 mm, and Jinshan Tinglin Town saw a maximum hourly rain intensity (rainfall intensity) of 47.2 mm.
It is expected that the wind in Shanghai will increase significantly from the night of the 24th, and will continue to rise over the Yangtze River, coastal areas and landlocks along the Yangtze at levels from 25 to 26, 11-13 by 10-12. River estuary, Yangshan port and Shanghai coastal area 13-15 at sea level. Heavy rainfall was mainly concentrated on the 25th to 26th, with rain ranging from torrential downpours to heavy rain, and extremely heavy rainfall in some areas.
According to the Zhejiang Meteorological Service Center, on the evening of July 24, a magnitude 13 typhoon appeared at the Shippu Meteorological Station in Jiangshan County, affected by “pyrotechnics”. A typhoon warning storm meteorological station has appeared at the top of Shippu Potai Mountain (inside Shippu). Red. It has been reported that when the thunderstorm ball is red, it means that the mean coastal wind is above gust 10 or gust above 12.
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