Beginning on July 7, a new round of heavy rainfall was ushered in southern China. Guizhou, Guangxi, Hunan and other places have experienced heavy rains or heavy rains that have historically peaked.
The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a blue rainstorm warning
The Central Meteorological Observatory issued a blue rainstorm warning at 6 o'clock on July 10. It is expected that there will be heavy rains in Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi coastal areas, Yunnan, Sichuan, and Tibet on the 10th. Among them, there was heavy rain in the southeastern part of Tibet. Some of the above areas will also be accompanied by strong convective weather such as short-term heavy rainfall and thunderstorms.
In addition, in the next three days, there will be many showers or thunderstorms in the eastern part of the northwestern region, North China, Huanghuai and Northeast China, accompanied by strong convective weather such as short-term heavy rainfall, thunderstorm or hail.
Guangdong Shenzhen issued a red rain warning
From 7:00 to 8:00 on July 10, the accumulated rainfall in Pingshan District and Baolong Street in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province has reached heavy rain, and heavy rainfall is expected to continue. The Shenzhen Meteorological Observatory issued a rainstorm red zone warning at Pingshan District and Baolong Street at 7:40 on July 10, and the city entered the state of emergency rainstorm.
The primary and secondary schools and kindergartens in Shenzhen are closed all day. The school shall assign special personnel to protect the safety of the students (children) in the school (school); the employer shall arrange the staff to postpone work, get off work or stop work in advance according to the situation.
Affected by the weather, the capital airport cancels some flights
On July 10, Beijing Fangshan, Daxing and Changping issued a blue warning for rainstorms, and Fangshan, Changping, Haidian and Shijingshan issued lightning blue warnings.