Cctv newsAccording to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, in the past day, the precipitation in the southern region has obviously weakened, and the central and eastern Inner Mongolia and other places have experienced obvious windy and cool weather due to the influence of cold air. It is predicted that in the next 10 days, the cold air affecting China will be more frequent, and the temperature in the north of Huanghuai will be lower than that in the same period of normal years. However, the precipitation in the south will be put to rest this week, and it will set sail again from the 10th.
Today, cold air will continue to affect North China, Northeast China and other places. The temperature in these areas has dropped slightly, accompanied by northerly winds of 4~5 grades, and gusts of 6~7 grades, among which the gusts in eastern Inner Mongolia can reach about 8 grades, and there is dusty weather in the local area; On August 8-10, the temperature in the above areas increased obviously. On the 9th-11th and 12th-15th, two cold air will affect our country successively. The public should pay attention to the adverse effects of strong winds, cooling and other weather on daily travel, and stay away from dangerous areas such as temporary structures.
In addition, due to the influence of cold air and strong winds, dusty weather will come back. It is expected that there will be sand blowing or floating dust weather from west to east in eastern and southern Xinjiang, most of Inner Mongolia, central and western Gansu, northern Qinghai, Ningxia, northwestern Shaanxi, central and northern North China and central and western Northeast China on September 11, among which there will be sandstorms in parts of eastern and southern Xinjiang and central and western Inner Mongolia.
In terms of precipitation, it is expected that the precipitation in the south will be weak in the next three days, with rainy and snowy weather in northern Xinjiang, eastern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, eastern Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang and Jilin, among which there will be heavy snow or blizzard in high-altitude areas in northern Xinjiang and northeastern Tibet on August 8-9.
The Central Meteorological Observatory reminded that the influence of cold air is frequent and the wind is strong in many places, so the public should pay attention to the adverse effects brought by windy weather. In addition, the dusty weather will reappear. The public should pay attention to the forecast and early warning information, close the doors and windows in time, do a good job of respiratory protection when going out, and pay attention to the adverse effects of low visibility on traffic and travel safety.