Heavy rainfall turned to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, and Huanghuai in North China was late in autumn.

  Cctv newsAccording to China Weather Network, yesterday (18th), a new round of rainfall in the south started from the southwest, with heavy rains in Chongqing and other places. It is estimated that today and tomorrow, the rainfall will expand eastward, and many places in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River will be immersed in rain, with heavy rains in Anhui and Hubei. The rain gradually weakened on Thursday and ended. Most of the north is dominated by sunny weather, especially in North China and Huanghuai areas. The temperature is higher than normal, and the autumn process is sluggish.

  The Yangtze river basin is immersed in rain, and there are heavy rains in Hubei, Anhui and other places

  Beginning on the 18th, a new round of rainfall in the south started from the southwest. Monitoring shows that yesterday, heavy rains occurred in parts of eastern Chongqing, northeastern Guizhou, southwestern Hubei, northern Hunan and southwestern Guangdong, and heavy rains (100-174 mm) fell in Chongqing Youyang, Changde, Hunan and Yangjiang, Guangdong. The maximum hourly rainfall intensity in these areas was 65-88 mm.

  Today and tomorrow, this round of rainfall will rapidly expand eastward, with obvious rain in many places in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will be heavy rain or rainstorm in parts of Chongqing, Guizhou, southern Jianghan, western and northern Jiangnan and other places on the 19th and 20th, and there will be heavy rain locally, with the cumulative precipitation of 30-70mm and the local area reaching 100-150mm.

  It is estimated that there will be heavy rain or rainstorm in parts of southeastern Chongqing, southern and eastern Guizhou, southern Hubei, central and northern Hunan, northwestern Jiangxi and southern Anhui, among which there will be heavy rain (100-120 mm) in western and northeastern Hunan, and there will be short-term heavy precipitation in these areas, with the maximum hourly rain intensity of 20-40 mm and the local area of 50 mm or more. In response, the Central Meteorological Observatory issued a blue rainstorm warning at 6 o’clock today.

Heavy rainfall turned to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, and Huanghuai in North China was late in autumn.

  Tomorrow, the range of heavy rainfall will be slightly reduced, and the eastern part of the south of the Yangtze River will also join the ranks of rainfall. There are moderate to heavy rains in central and eastern Yunnan, western Guangxi, southern Jianghuai and northern Jiangnan, among which there are heavy rains (50-90 mm) in parts of southeastern Anhui, southern Jiangsu, Shanghai and northern Zhejiang.

  Under the pressure of rain, the eastern part of southwest China to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River will also usher in a round of cooling process from west to east. Sichuan Basin and many areas in the west and north of Jiangnan will get rid of the summer heat above 30℃, and the maximum temperature will gradually drop to about 25℃, from high to short-term low, and the summer heat will gradually recede and cool.

  On Thursday (21st), this round of rainfall weakened and ended, and there will be an interval of about 3 days along the Yangtze River. According to the current forecast, there will be another obvious rainfall process from the Sichuan Basin to the northeast of the south of the Yangtze River from 23rd to 25th. Due to the long time limit, it is necessary to pay attention to the approaching forecast in time.

  According to the statistics of the last month, the rainfall in Chongqing, Guizhou and Hubei has been on the high side. The accumulated rainfall in this round is large, accompanied by short-term heavy rainfall in many places, and the maximum hourly rainfall intensity is 40-60 mm. The southwest region is fragile in geology, so it is necessary to guard against landslides, flash floods and other disasters caused by heavy rainfall. At the same time, the rain is accompanied by short-term heavy precipitation, so it is necessary to guard against disasters such as urban waterlogging. When the rain is fierce, try not to go out and pay attention to personal safety.

  Most areas in the north are sunny, and Huanghuai in North China is sluggish in autumn.

  Recently, the rainfall in most parts of the north is scarce, and it continues to be sunny, and the temperature is higher than normal. Yesterday, there was a high temperature of 35℃ in Shijiazhuang, which was the third high temperature record in history. In mid-September, there was still a high temperature that was rare in the local area.

  It is predicted that the temperature will drop in most areas from North China, Huanghuai to Northeast China today and tomorrow. Among them, today, the decline in eastern Inner Mongolia, northern Hebei and western Northeast China can reach 4-10 C, and the temperature drop is more significant, while the rest of the decline is mostly within 4 C. Tomorrow, many places in Inner Mongolia and Northeast China will begin to warm up, and the temperature in Huanghuai in North China will continue to fall. With the development of cooling, the range of 30℃ in North China, Huanghuai and other places will gradually shrink.

  Although the temperature in North China and Huanghuai has dropped slightly, it is still higher than normal, and the process of entering autumn is sluggish. At this time all the year round, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, most of Shandong and most of Henan have entered autumn, but these areas are still in the summer of meteorological significance this year.

  Take Beijing as an example. Autumn is on September 11th all the year round, but it has not yet entered autumn. Since the beginning of summer on May 7th this year, as of September 17th, the summer in Beijing has reached 134 days, which is not only much longer than the 111-day summer all the year round, but also broke the local historical record of the longest summer (133 days in 2007).

Heavy rainfall turned to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, and Huanghuai in North China was late in autumn.

  Judging from the forecast for the next week, most areas in North China and Huanghuai have avoided the "care" of rain, and the weather will continue to be fine and the temperature will continue to be warmer, and the autumn in this area will continue to be delayed. Among the provincial capital cities, Beijing, Tianjin, Shijiazhuang and Zhengzhou have all entered autumn later than usual this year, and "being late" is a foregone conclusion.

  The highest temperature in the above areas will reach about 30℃ during the day, and it will be a little hot during the day, especially in the afternoon, but it will drop rapidly at night. The temperature difference between day and night is generally above 10℃, and the weather is cold. Pay attention to adding clothes to keep warm when you go out in the morning and evening.

Enjoy flowers in spring and harvest sweet fruits in summer. In the past, weeds were all over the hillside, and now pears are blossoming.

CCTV News:In March, pear blossoms in the Linguo base in Anlu City, Hubei Province have blossomed one after another, attracting countless tourists to enjoy the spring. At the moment, Yan Yan, a reporter from the reception desk, is in the pear garden. Let’s connect her.

Headquarters reporter Yan Yan:I am now in the 10,000-mu forest fruit base in Tuanshan Village, Anlu, Hubei Province, and now more than 60,000 pear trees in the base have all blossomed. At this moment, I am in the sea of flowers, and the pear blossoms all over the mountain are competing to spit, and the snow is white, like a cloud like a waterfall; Pear blossoms are clean and elegant, and the flowers are floating and refreshing. The beautiful scenery also attracted many tourists, some of whom stopped to enjoy the flowers, but more of them were busy taking pictures with their cameras to freeze the beauty of spring. According to reports, more than 300,000 tourists were received here in a spring.

This pear garden can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the flower sea in spring, and pears can be picked from May to June. In order to ensure the smooth fruiting of pear trees, farmers here are busy with spring management. Look, the farmers in this area behind me are covering the pear trees with plastic film. The function of film mulching is to control water evaporation and prevent weeds from creeping.

On the other side, a farmer standing on a stool (or a high platform) is thinning the flowering branches. Look at the tree next to me. The pear blossoms on the branches are clustered and very dense. Sparse flowers can avoid excessive flowering and fruiting, and the nutrient supply of fruit trees is insufficient. By thinning flowers and fruits, the fruit setting rate can be improved and the pear fruit can be ensured to grow full and firm.

Fruit farmers told me that the average yield per mu here is about 4000 Jin, but at present, the yield per mu of pear trees in the rich period in China can be as high as 8000 Jin. In other words, the yield per mu here is only half that of other pear trees. Although the yield is not high, the output value here is very high. Because the varieties planted at present are improved, it is a "summer Sydney" variety suitable for planting environment in hilly areas. As the name implies, "Summer Sydney" is a fresh pear with white flesh and ripe in summer. It belongs to an early mature honey pear variety in China, and the weight of a single pear ranges from 8 taels to 1 catty, with rich juice and high sweetness. The price at harvest time is about five times that of ordinary pears, which has become a veritable fruit of getting rich.

In fact, in this base of more than 10,000 mu, potted blueberries with high economic value are planted in the greenhouses next to pear trees. In addition, there are some ornamental seedlings such as begonia. Although the whole undulating mountain is very regular now, in the past, because it is located in the hills, the land is relatively barren, the benefit of crop planting is poor, and the traffic is inconvenient, most villagers go out to work, and many land on the mountain is barren. Through various attempts, the local government has selected the seedling and fruit tree industries that are relatively suitable for the geological conditions here, and absorbed the surrounding villagers to work in the base through the model of "company+cooperative+base+farmer". A more prosperous industry and a more beautiful rural environment have made people feel more happy.

Cold cold! Did you see the first snow in 2024?

Affected by the first cold wave in 2024, there was sporadic light snow in the western part of Chongming around midnight yesterday, and sleet in the northern part of Pudong briefly. Shanghai ushered in the first snow this year.

At 9 o’clock this morning, the temperature in most parts of the city was close to freezing point. Today, it is mainly cloudy during the day, with occasional short-term light snow in some areas. The highest temperature is only about 1℃, and the wind is strong. The wind from north to northwest is 5 and the gust is 6-7, and the wind is stronger in coastal areas along the river.

Static treasure warm reminder:

Pay attention to cold and warmth, and beware of catching a cold.

The Shanghai Central Meteorological Observatory issued a low-temperature yellow warning signal at 16: 40 on January 22, 2024: due to the influence of strong cold air, it is estimated that the minimum temperature will reach MINUS 3 degrees to MINUS 4 degrees in the morning on the 23rd and 24th, with freezing, and MINUS 5 degrees to MINUS 6 degrees in the suburbs, with severe freezing. Please pay attention to cold and warmth.

At present,

ShanghaiTwo blues and two yellowsFour warnings are high.

Defense guide:

1.Pay attention to wind and warmth when going out, and add clothes.

2.Old people and children should go out as little as possible and close the doors and windows at home.

3.Strengthen the warm-keeping measures of agricultural greenhouses and sheds.

4.The government and relevant departments should do a good job in cold wave response according to the plan.

5.Pedestrians should pay attention to anti-skid.

6.Drive carefully, keep the distance between cars, and pay attention to slow down.  

7.The government and relevant departments should do a good job in dealing with road icing according to the plan.

8.Check doors and windows, reinforce clothes racks, outdoor antennas, etc., and properly place outdoor flowerpots and other items that are easy to fall.

9.Try not to stay near glass doors and windows or billboards when going out.

10.The government and relevant departments should do a good job in dealing with strong winds according to the plan.

weather trend

Shanghai will turn sunny and cold due to the influence of cold high pressure from tomorrow, but the temperature rise is weak. The temperature will be below freezing all day tomorrow. Tomorrow morning and Wednesday morning are even more chilly, and the lowest temperature in the urban area is between MINUS 4℃ and MINUS 3℃, with freezing; The suburbs are 6℃ below zero to 5℃ below zero, with severe freezing. Although there is sunshine during the day, the temperature rise is limited under the power of cold air.

From Wednesday, the north wind gradually subsided, and the temperature began to rise slightly. By the end of the week, the highest temperature returned to double digits, but the temperature was still low in the morning and evening, so it is still necessary to keep warm and cold. On Thursday, the temperature began to rise slightly during the daytime, but the highest temperature this weekend was only about 11℃, and the temperature was still low in the morning and evening. Please continue to do a good job in cold protection and warmth. 

Why is there only sporadic snowfall in Shanghai?

Meteorologists say that the main battlefield of snowfall brought by this cold wave is not in Shanghai. Because of the powerful cold air, the snowfall has been pushed to the south. The sporadic snowfall in Shanghai for a short time is cold snow blown by cold air from the sea.

Snow is the direct condensation of water vapor in the atmosphere or the direct solidification of water droplets. Usually, there are two conditions to meet when it snows. First, there is enough water vapor to form an ice crystal layer at high altitude; Second, the appropriate temperature, that is, "the air temperature at 1500m is less than or equal to -3℃, while the ground temperature is less than 3℃", so that the snowflake will not be melted during its descent.

However, there is less water vapor supply over Shencheng today, and the water vapor at high altitude is ruthlessly driven away by cold air. It can only rely on the humid air at sea brought by the north wind to form snowfall, and the weak water vapor is only enough to bring light snow or sleet to the central and eastern parts of Shanghai.

Snow is not a common sight in Shanghai in winter. Shanghai’s maritime climate makes the temperature in winter high, and the terrain is basically a low-lying plain, which is different from the hilly terrain in Hangzhou next door. Therefore, the conditions for snow are more harsh than those in the surrounding areas. According to the meteorological data,The average number of snowfall days in Shanghai is about 5 days, and snowfall occurs from November to April, mainly in January and February.

Why can’t I see the snow?

Many netizens spit out that they are clearly in the same area, but they have not seen snow. In fact, this may be because you are not "tall" enough! The snowflake melted during the landing.

In order to see "snowflakes fluttering" on the ground, it is necessary to have certain water vapor and dynamic conditions.The key depends on the temperature distribution from high altitude to the ground.. The geographical location of Shanghai Linjiang near the sea, coupled with the relatively high temperature at sea in winter, makes the temperature distribution above us more complicated, and with the change of urban underlying surface, the precipitation phase has changed more. Sometimes "snow is fluttering" in the air, and it may turn into rain or sleet when it falls to the ground.

If you want to see the formed snowflakes,

You have to waitWhen the snowfall conditions are met

Go toA higher placeOh ~

Reporter: Li Jialing.

Photo: Li Jialing.

Video: Li Jialing

Editor: Chen Gong

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A probe into life in Tantric nun, Tibet: you need an exam to be a nun (Figure)

A picture of Tibetan nuns’ life home

  Among the believers who devote their lives to Tibetan Buddhism, there are not only those tough men, but also some pure and gentle women They are called nuns. They are far away from the world, studying hard in the nunnery (nunnery) with closed doors, praying devoutly, observing the precepts and suffering themselves, and trying to knock on the door of their ideal "transcendental world" with a holy heart …

  In Tibet, there are many temples, most of which are Lamaism temples, but few in buddhist nun. However, some of them are quite famous. For example, there are buddhist nun in Lhasa, such as Mimiqinre Temple (site), Gali Temple, Langgu Temple, Canggong Temple and Anai Changku Temple. Before the reform, buddhist nun in Tibet was often overcrowded. In recent years, not only many nuns have returned to buddhist nun, but also some young girls and young women have gone to temples to have their hair cut.

  Some nuns who practice in buddhist nun come from noble or wealthy families, some from dilapidated noble families, and some from ordinary people’s families. When a girl goes to buddhist nun to practice, she must first find an old Nidang Normator, who is responsible for the education and management of her moral conduct. Then ask the famous living Buddha to shave her hair. After praying and chanting, the living Buddha cut off the last lock of hair on the little girl’s head, indicating that her six roots are clean and unattached.

  Every nun in Arjunnan Zongsandan Peilin has to go through a certain procedure from leaving home, becoming a single monk, joining a religious organization, living in a monastery and starting their new life-religious life. Every nun who becomes a monk or accepts the "three returns", that is, converts to Buddhism, Buddhism, monks and Sambo, must be in good health, firmly believe in religion, stick to the precepts and study the scriptures wholeheartedly before entering the monastery.

  Tide into the temple

  Shaving one’s hair is a rule for Buddhists to become monks and accept precepts. Before entering the temple, every nun in Qiong Peilin, the third patriarch of Arjunnan, usually needs to find a nun who is high in morality, good in knowledge and has a certain reputation in the temple, that is, she has been formally incorporated into the temple organization to be her own "Yi Zhi Shi", and this "Yi Zhi Shi" must be approved by the temple before she can be accepted as a disciple, and then the "Yi Zhi Shi" will be a new one in her Buddhist temple. Shave off the braid on the top of the head for the new disciple, put on the vestments before the Buddha Sakyamuni statue, give him the dharma name, and give him the precepts to become Shamini.

  Being a nun requires an exam.

  In order to control, regulate and manage monks and nuns, the major monasteries of Tibetan Buddhism have set up a system of entering the temple. In Arjun Nanzong nuns’ Temple, nuns who have been shaved into the temple must first go through the "teacher-in-charge" word by word, teach the various teachings and teaching methods practiced by the Sect, especially master and be familiar with the basic contents of "daily recitation". Only after passing the trial examination can they be accepted as formal nuns of the religious organization or the temple, and they are eligible to participate in various ritual ceremonies held in the temple.

  When you first enter the temple, you have to pay for dinner.

  Generally, when each new nun enters the temple for the first time (enters the Dajingtang) to participate in the "daily recitation", she should present Hada, and give the temple gifts such as tea or 5 to 10 yuan money as far as she can. This nun has to kowtow to the Buddha three to seven times before she can be included in the "daily recitation". Since then, I have been affiliated with this temple and obtained the qualification of a nun in this temple. This procedure of entering the temple is different in various temples of Tibetan Buddhism, from simple to complicated.

  In old buddhist nun, new nuns also invited nuns to eat and drink in the whole nunnery. Those who had a banquet for one day could get the title of "Qize Guxue", and those who had a banquet for two days could get the title of "Qize Guxue". The nuns who had obtained these two titles could not participate in the collective chanting and be exempted from all labor. In addition to eating and drinking, depending on family circumstances, new nuns will also give offerings to nuns, such as pottery pots, highland barley, ghee or card mats.

  If the standard can’t read, the new nun will also ask a scribe to teach her to read the scriptures. Learn Tibetan first, then learn the Karoma Sutra (Manjusri Ode), and then learn the Zhuo Ma Duiba Sutra (Dum Ode). In addition, we should also read Buddhist scriptures such as Lama Quba, Molonglangji, Jovajiuzhu and Zhuomalang Dangmani.

  A nun between the ages of 7 and 20 should be ordained by a novice monk.

  Nuns between the ages of 7 and 20 are subject to the novice monk precept. The bar mitzvah ceremony is presided over by a living Buddha, with four "Gelong" (monks) as assistants. The ordained place is usually in the temple or the living Buddha’s tin residence. The living Buddha who presided over the ceremony calculated the date of initiation according to the birthdates of each ordained nun. The nuns who participated in the ordained ceremony sent ghee, rice cake, flour and other foods to the ordained place before the ordained ceremony. The ordained place (oratory) is solemn and mysterious, with the statue of Sakyamuni hanging on the front and the statue of the ordained nun on both sides. The living Buddha ascended the altar, and four monks sat on both sides. The ordained nun sits on a Tibetan carpet opposite the living Buddha, wearing a yellow cassock and a red cassock, with a belt "Gru" (net kettle).

  In groups of three, the ordained nuns went to the Living Buddha in sequence, held out their right hand, and at the same time grabbed a "Quzha" (water filter) with their left hand to filter out all evil thoughts. The living Buddha grabbed the nun’s right palm and asked, "Would you like to be ordained?" A: "Yes!" Then I put forward 36 commandments, such as no drinking, no lewdness, no lying, no stealing, no killing, etc. The living Buddha asked and the nun answered. After the question and answer, the living Buddha solemnly announced: "From now on, you are ordained people!" " Then the nun bowed down three times and accepted the living Buddha to touch the top, and the nun presented gifts to the living Buddha.

  Every nun has to think of a dharma name. After being ordained, I will not eat after noon for 7 days, but only drink butter tea. The first thing to do when I get up every morning is to kneel before the idol, meditate on the 36 commandments, reflect on them one by one, and pray: "Before the sun rises today, I kept the commandments everywhere. If there is a violation of the precepts, please forgive God Frodo! "

  Those scriptures that have been fixed since ancient times, sung by devout women, have a unique charm and vivid power, and the profound philosophy conveyed by the clear and sweet voice.

On the first day of rugby sevens, China won four games.

Xinhua News Agency, Hangzhou, September 24th (Reporter Ji Jiadong) On the 24th, the China team won all four matches on the first day of rugby sevens at the Hangzhou Asian Games, including three for the men and one for the women.
There are 20 teams participating in this competition, including 13 men’s teams and 7 women’s teams. The China men’s team, UAE, Afghan and Nepalese teams are in Group D, and there are only four teams in the group, which causes each team in Group D to play three games on the first day. China women’s team lives with Thailand and Kazakhstan in Group E.
On the morning of the same day, the China men’s team beat the Afghan team 52-0, and beat the Nepalese team 65-0 in the afternoon match. The China women’s team then beat the Kazakh team 33-7. In the last match of the day, the China men’s team beat the United Arab Emirates 42-10.
The China men’s team will face the Singaporean team in the men’s quarter-final on 25th, and the China women’s team will play the second group match with Thailand.
Lu Xiaohui, head coach of the China men’s team, said that the easy victory in the group stage shows that the team has not yet met the challenge, and today’s start is relatively ideal, hoping to perform better tomorrow.
The enthusiastic audience left a deep impression on the team that day. Lu Xiaohui said: "This is the first time I have seen so many people in the domestic football field, hoping to convey to the audience the image of daring to fight." (End)

Going to the Grassroots in the Spring Festival | Special Adherents: A Different Kind of "Reunion Dinner" Crossing Thousands of Miles

On February 11th, on New Year’s Eve, none of the staff of Minxiu Road Community in Shuangfengqiao Street, Yubei District went home. They stayed in the community office together, and accompanied Vivi, who stayed at her post during the Spring Festival and didn’t return to her hometown in Hebei, to pack jiaozi. Through video, we also said hello to Vivi’s 88-year-old mother, who is far away from her hometown in Hebei, and had a different kind of "reunion dinner" that spanned thousands of miles. The picture shows Hu Mingzhu (right), the community secretary of Minxiu Road, and Vivi, chatting with their old mother in their hometown in Hebei through mobile video.
Sister Vivi, formerly known as Kang Xiumiao, is a health worker in Minxiu Road Community. Her hometown is Kangxinzhuang, Hengshui City, Hebei Province. Ten years ago, Sister Vivi came to Chongqing with her retired husband and has been engaged in community work.
Sister Vivi said that it doesn’t matter if she is busy at work, but her heart is most concerned about her 88-year-old mother who is far away from home. Last year, in order to win the epidemic and stop the war, she rushed to the front line as a community worker. Because of the epidemic and work, she has not been able to go back to her hometown for two consecutive years, visit her mother, comb her hair and talk with her mother. Although my heart is full of worries and regrets, before this year’s festival, Sister Vivi was the first to sign up: she was on duty during the Spring Festival and stuck to her post.
When Hu Mingzhu, the secretary of the community, learned of Vivi’s worries, after discussing with everyone, he decided that according to the custom in the north, colleagues in the New Year’s Eve community would accompany Vivi’s sister on duty to pack jiaozi, have a reunion dinner and pay a New Year call to Vivi’s old mother in her hometown in Hebei.
In the face of the bustling New Year scene in the community, Sister Vivi turned on the video call of her mobile phone, and a kind smile with white hair appeared on the screen of her hometown in Hebei Province, and the eyes of her second sister were concerned. Sister Vivi told her relatives that it was very lively for everyone to accompany me for the New Year, and also to pack jiaozi together. I am fine in Chongqing for the New Year, so don’t worry! Hu Mingzhu, the secretary of the community, also gathered in front of the mobile phone screen. She said: I wish my mother Kang good health and happiness, and I wish my family in my hometown in Hebei peace and happiness … At some point, everyone’s eyes were full of tears.
Sister Vivi said that she hoped that the epidemic would end as soon as possible and that life would return to normal as soon as possible, so that she could go back to her hometown to visit her mother.
Hu Mingzhu, community secretary of Minxiu Road, said: Due to the normalization of national epidemic prevention and control work, during the Spring Festival this year, all staff members should stick to their posts and take turns to do a good job in epidemic prevention and control. At the same time, it is also necessary to do a good job of arranging people who return to Chongqing from other places, and persuade those who work in other places to stay in the local area for the New Year as much as possible. To this end, the community also sent special care packages filled with new year’s goods such as Yuanxiao, milk and candy to the families of migrant workers who stayed in the local area for the New Year.
Yang Xinyu, an upstream journalist, reported on the photo.

Two more awards, industry and market recognition of Haier’s innovative financial factoring service

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Is the high temperature abnormal in the north? How long will it last? Chief Detailed Response of National Climate Center

    During the Dragon Boat Festival holiday, large-scale and persistent high temperature weather occurred in northern China. From 8: 00 to 16: 00 on June 22, high temperature weather above 35℃ occurred in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, Shandong, central and northern Henan, northern Anhui, northern Jiangsu, western Inner Mongolia, eastern Xinjiang and southern Xinjiang basin.

  Among them, the temperature in Beijing, Tianjin, central Hebei, northern Shandong and other places rose rapidly, with the highest temperature rising above 40℃, and the local temperature in Huairou, Beijing and Binhai, Tianjin reached 41.8℃. The highest temperatures in 17 national meteorological observatories in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and Shandong exceeded historical extremes.

  The national temperature list at 9: 00 on June 23rd, below 35℃, is difficult to be listed.

  "It’s too hot!" Many tourists who travel during the holidays call directly on the Internet.

  After comprehensive judgment and emergency consultation, China Meteorological Bureau launched a four-level emergency response to major meteorological disasters (high temperature) at 09: 00 on the 23rd. The Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue a high-temperature orange warning this morning, and the Beijing Meteorological Observatory also upgraded to issue a high-temperature red warning signal this morning.

  Is this round of high temperature abnormal in the north? What is the cause of such hot weather? How long will it last? Will it get hotter in July and August? On the afternoon of June 23rd, experts from the National Meteorological Center responded to these hot spots when interviewed by The Paper.

  For the first time since the establishment of Beijing Observatory, it has exceeded 40℃ for two consecutive days.

  Influenced by the warm air mass and strong solar radiation, high temperature above 39℃ occurred in most parts of Beijing on the 22nd, and the highest temperature in the observatory was 41.1℃, which exceeded the historical extreme in June (the extreme maximum temperature in the observatory in June was 40.6℃, which appeared on June 10th, 1961). Among the 556 meteorological monitoring stations in the city, 454 stations have the highest temperature of 39℃ and above, and 265 stations have the highest temperature of 41℃ and above.

  By 14: 00 p.m. on 23rd, the temperature in the observatory had reached 40℃ (at 13: 36), and the highest temperature in 305 of the 556 meteorological monitoring stations in the city was 39℃ and above, and the highest temperature in 158 stations was 40℃ and above.

  "For the first time since the observatory was built, it has exceeded 40 C for two consecutive days." Zhang Yingxin, chief forecaster of Beijing Meteorological Observatory, said that under the control of strong heating air mass, the high temperature weather continued from 23rd to 25th, and the highest temperature in most areas was 37℃ to 40℃. Among them, the highest temperature can reach about 40℃ from 23rd to 24th. The Beijing Meteorological Observatory upgraded and released the high temperature red warning signal at 07: 00 on June 23rd.

  Zhang Yingxin said that this round of high temperature in Beijing has strong intensity and long duration. The main reasons are as follows: First, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region began to be controlled by the heating mass on the 21st, and the heating mass was strong and affected for a long time; Second, under the control of the high-pressure ridge situation, the sky is clear and partly cloudy, and there is no cloud cover, so the radiation warming is more favorable and promotes the warming; Third, it has just entered the summer solstice solar term, with the longest daylight, and long-term sunshine is conducive to the emergence and maintenance of high temperature; Fourth, the air humidity is small and the weather is dry, which is also conducive to the temperature rise.

  Since June, 46 national meteorological stations in China have broken historical extremes.

  Since June this year (as of the 22nd), the daily maximum temperature of 183 national meteorological stations in China has exceeded the monthly extreme value, 46 stations have exceeded the historical extreme value, and the daily maximum temperature in North China has exceeded the historical extreme value on June 22nd.

  Since June this year (as of the 22nd), the number of high temperature days in North China has been 6.4 days, 3.1 days more than the normal period (3.3 days), ranking fifth in history since 1961, after 1972, 1968, 2005 and 2022. Beijing (7.9 days) is the largest in the same period since 1961, followed by Hebei (7.8 days) and Tianjin (6.1 days).

  It’s only at the end of June. Will the temperature be higher in July and August?

  In this regard, Gao Hui, chief forecaster of the National Climate Center, told The Paper that since June (as of the 22nd), the 35℃ high temperature weather in China is mainly distributed in North China, central and western South China and most of Xinjiang. Among them, the number of high temperature days in North China is mostly 6-10 days, and the number of high temperature days in western Hebei is more than 10 days. Compared with the same period of normal years, the number of high temperature days in these areas is 3-5 days more, and that in Beijing, southwest Hebei and other places is more than 5 days.

  Gao Hui said that there are obvious regional differences in high temperature concentration periods in different parts of China. For North China, high temperature weather is usually more likely to occur from June to early July before the rainy season, and high temperature for several days in a row is also common in June. This period of time is mainly dry-hot high temperature, which is characterized by high temperature and low humidity.

  In the late July, with the subtropical high jumping northward and the summer monsoon advancing northward, the water vapor transport and atmospheric humidity increase, and the cloud cover will also increase, and there will be sultry weather, that is, humid and hot high temperature. As far as the highest temperature is concerned, the highest temperature in the previous period is usually higher than that in the latter period. However, it should also be noted that the somatosensory temperature of human body is not only related to temperature, but also affected by humidity. Often, this humid and hot high temperature will aggravate the somatosensory temperature of human body.

  Under the background of global warming, the probability of high temperature breaking the historical extreme value is greater.

  Gao Hui said that under the background of global warming, the frequency of extreme high temperature is increasing rapidly in both the south and the north. According to the forecast of the National Climate Center, the temperature in North China and Huanghuai is high this summer, which is accompanied by an increase in the number of high-temperature days, so there is a great probability that the north will be hotter than normal this summer. In this case, it is also possible for some stations to break the historical extreme value.

  This year is the development year of El Ni? o events. Is the high temperature in the north related to El Ni? o events? Gao Hui responded to The Paper that it has entered the state of El Nino, but the influencing factors of high temperature in the north in early summer are complex and cannot be simply attributed to El Nino. "For example, in the middle and late June last year, the high temperature in the northern region was more extreme, but last year was the year of La Nina. Moreover, the existing scientific research results also show that the high temperature in the north in early summer is more susceptible to the SST in the North Atlantic and the atmospheric circulation in the middle and high latitudes. "

  Zhang Fanghua, chief forecaster of the National Meteorological Center, said in an interview with The Paper that recently, there have been two high-temperature weather processes in North China, Huanghuai and other places. The high temperature intensity is high and lasts for a long time. There are four main reasons. First, North China, Huanghuai and other places are controlled by a strong heating mass, and its influence time is longer; Secondly, under the control of the high-pressure ridge, the sky is clear and partly cloudy, and the warming of solar radiation is more favorable and promotes the warming; Third, it is the summer solstice solar term, and the daytime is relatively long, that is, the sun shines for a long time during the day, which is conducive to the rise of temperature and the emergence and maintenance of high temperature; Fourth, in North China, Huanghuai and other places, the air humidity is small and the weather is dry, which is also conducive to the temperature rise.

  Zhang Fanghua said that after this round of high temperature, it is expected that there will be high temperature weather in North China, Huanghuai and other places from the 27th to the 30th.

  Beware of heatstroke in hot weather.

  What impact will it bring to public health when the Dragon Boat Festival holiday is hot again?

  Liu Yanxiang, chief public service officer of the Public Meteorological Service Center of China Meteorological Administration, said that the most direct adverse impact of high temperature weather on health is high temperature heatstroke. When there are symptoms of threatened heatstroke and mild heatstroke, there will be symptoms such as headache, dizziness, thirst, hyperhidrosis, weakness and soreness of limbs, inattention and uncoordinated movements. If you move to a cool place in time and replenish water, the symptoms will be alleviated. However, if severe heatstroke occurs, it may cause arrhythmia, coma, convulsion, rhabdomyolysis, acute renal failure, liver failure, hypotension, shock, arrhythmia and heart failure, pulmonary edema and brain edema. Severe heatstroke, especially heatstroke, has a high risk of death.

  There are also two types of heatstroke, one is labor-induced heatstroke, which is mainly caused by the imbalance between heat production and heat dissipation caused by high-intensity physical activity. Healthy young people who are common in strenuous outdoor exercise in summer, such as officers and soldiers, athletes, firefighters, construction workers, couriers, etc. The other is the classic heatstroke, which is mainly caused by the imbalance between heat production and heat dissipation caused by passive exposure to the thermal environment. It is common in young people, pregnant women and the elderly, and people with chronic basic diseases or low immune function. In addition, hot and stuffy rooms and cars without air conditioning are also places where heatstroke often occurs.

  Liu Yanxiang suggested that the human body sweats a lot in high temperature weather, which causes the blood viscosity to increase and the blood flow speed to slow down, which leads to an increase in heart load and an increase in the risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

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The nightlife of "Walking Guangzhou Night Economy" is getting richer and richer. Can "night traffic" keep up?

Text, map/Yangcheng School reporter Zhang Hao
Nowadays, young people sleep more and more late, and nightlife is becoming more and more abundant. Whether the transportation is convenient or not has become an important consideration for the night life experience. During the National Day holiday, the reporter visited several points to experience the night traffic situation in Guangzhou, and found that the night traffic did not fully meet the needs of the citizens. Many citizens suggested extending the operation hours of public transport.
The sports west subway station at 10: 30 pm is still "full"
During the National Day holiday, what is the traffic of the subway station on Sports West Road, which is the busiest and most crowded in the country all the year round? The reporter went to experience it, and sure enough, the result was not disappointing.
At about 9: 10 pm on October 4, the reporter came to the subway station of Sports West Road, ready to take Line 3 to Jiahe Wanggang, only to see the crowds in the subway station.
The reporter took the escalator down to the platform, and there was already a long queue in the direction of Jiahe Wanggang. The reporter waited for 2 times before getting on the train. The car is also full, and it is difficult to get to the middle of the car. The reporter observed that few people got off the bus during the whole journey, and most of them also transferred to Jiahe Wanggang subway station.
At about 9: 40, the reporter arrived at Jiahe Wanggang Station, which was not crowded as a whole, and the passengers were in a hurry to catch the last bus of Line 14.
On the platform of Line 14 heading for Zhenlong and Dongfeng, a steady stream of people arrived here. Basically, all the people on the platform were full, and after going one wave after another.
Ms. Ye, a native of Conghua, has just returned from Beijing with her daughter. "We took the subway from the airport and changed to Line 14 to go home. There are too many people. I have been waiting for 10 minutes. Most people here are going to Conghua. "Ms. Ye said.
A subway worker at Jiahe Wanggang subway station told the reporter that the last bus on Line 14 was at 10: 40, and it was delayed for one hour from October 5 to 7, and almost every bus was full.
When the reporter returned to Sports West Road Station from Jiahe Wanggang, it was already 10: 30 in the evening, and the station was still crowded with people, and there was an endless stream of people entering and leaving the station.
Most night buses close before 1 am.
In Guangzhou at night, the lights are bright and the traffic is endless. At about 11 o’clock in the middle of the night, at the bus stop of the sports center, several square platforms were crowded with people waiting to go home. At this time, the BRT bus has stopped operating, so people have to take the night bus to go home.
"It’s quite convenient. We live in Chebei, and we can get there directly by bus No.17 at night." Xiao Zhang, who is waiting for the bus on the platform, said that he and his girlfriend had just visited Tianhe City and were going to take the night bus home. He feels that night bus provides young people with another transportation option at night, but there are fewer shifts of night bus. "Basically, it takes more than ten minutes to get a bus, which is much longer than waiting for the bus during the day."
The reporter saw at the bus stop sign of the sports center that night bus is a supplement to BRT bus. The departure time is basically after 10: 00, and the last bus is at 1: 30 in the morning at the latest. Most night buses are collected before 1: 00, and some flights are collected at 11: 30. However, the number of bus shifts at night is obviously reduced. Many bus stop signs at night lines clearly say "no more than 20 minutes" and "no more than 15 minutes", and some buses at night lines leave every half hour and the hour.
"Considering the operating costs, according to past experience, after the zero point, there are fewer and fewer passengers. Basically, passengers will have seats, so there are fewer flights. "A night bus master told reporters.
The public suggested extending the operating hours of public transport.
At 10 o’clock in the evening, Xiao Li, who lives in Taihe Town, Baiyun District, just got together with friends in the city and was waiting for the train on Line 14 at the Wanggang subway station in Jiahe. Because there were too many people on the platform, Xiao Li squeezed twice before getting on the bus. "The number 14 informant has a lot of traffic. I often have a deep understanding, and everyone is catching the last bus time at night, so there are more people. If the last bus time is delayed, it may not be so crowded now." Xiao Li said.
At 10: 30 in the evening, Mr. Lin and his wife from Chaoshan took the subway line 3 to Tiyu West Road Station. They had just returned from playing in Changlong. "Public transportation in Guangzhou is more convenient. We drove to Guangzhou from home and parked our car at a friend’s house. We were afraid of parking trouble in Changlong, so we chose to take the subway." Mr. Lin said that if the subway closed a little later, he and his family might be able to play a little longer.
"Nowadays, young people basically go to bed late, and the nightlife has just begun at 12 am. I think it is necessary for public transportation such as subways to keep up with the living habits of young people, delay the closing time, and let everyone enjoy the nightlife with peace of mind." Mr. Lin suggested. (For more news, please pay attention to Yangcheng Pai pai.ycwb.com)
Source | Yangcheng School
Editor | Jiang Wenhua
Intern | Liu Yinheng