The rainy day in the south is worse than the miserable competition: you haven’t seen the sun for 72 days and you tell me that the rainy season hasn’t started yet?

China Weather Network News Since December 2018, the sun has wandered in the south, and rainy weather has dominated the screen. Especially in some cities in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, the number of sunshine hours and rainy days has broken the historical record, and cities have expressed their misery. So when will it stop raining in the south? According to meteorologists, the number of rainy days in southern China is likely to be higher this spring.
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According to the statistics from December 1, 2018 to February 25, 2019, the days without sunshine in major cities in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River all exceeded 50 days, the average sunshine hours were less than 2.5 hours, the average humidity was generally above 75%, and the number of precipitation days was generally 40-60 days. Among them, Changsha won a number of "firsts" and became the "worst" city in this round of continuous rain in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River.
"Underwear is the hardest to dry" city-Changsha
In this round of "tragic competition" for big cities in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, Changsha became the most miserable city by virtue of four single events. The four awards are: the average sunshine time per day is the least, the average humidity is the highest, the number of consecutive "dark days" is the longest, and the total number of days with sunshine hours of 0 is the most.
According to the statistics from December 1, 2018 to February 25, 2019, the average sunshine time in Changsha is only 0.88 hours, which is equivalent to only 3.2 days of sunshine in Changsha in the past 87 days. The average humidity in Changsha reaches 86.41%, which is also the most "humid" among the big cities in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. At the same time, Changsha has a total of 72 days with zero sunshine hours. Among them, from December 19, 2018 to January 20, 2019, Changsha lasted for 33 days. In these two competitions, Changsha was the most miserable.
In view of Changsha’s highest air humidity and the lack of "sunshine", it won the title of "underwear is the hardest to dry" city.
"Rain God’s Second Hometown"-Nanchang
Nanchang won three runners-up and two runners-up in this round of "Bitter Competition" in big cities in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Statistics from December 1, 2018 to February 25, 2019 show that the average humidity in Nanchang is 83.21%, the average sunshine hours are 1.2 hours, and there are 18 consecutive days without sunshine, ranking second in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. And its rain and snow days and sunshine days of 0 are also ranked third with 62 days and 64 days respectively.
In view of the fact that Nanchang didn’t win the five competitions in the big cities in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, but each of them entered the top three. With the achievements of Sanya in two seasons, it became the second "miserable" city in comprehensive evaluation, so it was awarded the title of "Rain God’s Second Hometown".
"Dragon King’s Favorite" City-Hangzhou
Hangzhou won the only missed "single champion" in Changsha-"the most rainy and snowy days". Statistics from December 1, 2018 to February 25, 2019 show that there were 66 days of rain and snow in Hangzhou, and Changsha was beaten by two days, becoming the first place in the "Rain and Snow Days Competition".
In addition, Hangzhou also won two medals in sunshine hours. It won the second place with 18 consecutive days of sunshine hours of zero, and became the third place in the list of "no sunshine for 64 days". In view of the fact that Hangzhou has the most "precipitation days", it was awarded the title of "Dragon King’s Favorite" city.
The return date of the sun is not fixed, and the rain is endless.
Since December 2018, there has been the longest rainy (snowy) weather in southern China since 1961. So, when will the rainy weather end? China Weather Network tells you that the return date of the Japanese question is not fixed, and the rain is endless …
The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that there will still be rainy weather in the south in the next ten days, and the precipitation will be too large. The National Climate Center also predicts that due to the impact of El Ni? o events, there may be more rainy days in the southern region in the future spring.
Moreover, as of now, the real rainy season in the south has not yet begun! In early April, South China entered the pre-flood season, which started the rainy season in China. The pre-flood season in South China lasted until mid-June. Later, with the subtropical high moving northward, the rain belt also moved from South China to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River and the Jianghuai area, forming a rainy season, which lasted until mid-July. After the end of June, affected by tropical cyclones and other systems, South China entered the late flood season in South China. In addition, Yunnan is divided into dry and wet seasons, and May to October is also its rainy season.
However, experts remind that because the rainy season is distributed in different time and space, and the rainstorm process is staged, the rain will not stay in the same place all the time, so although the south will experience some rainy periods, the "wandering sun" will always come back. (Text/Zhang Hui Cartography/Zhang Li Chen Yujie Review/Zhang Huiyuan Hu Xiao)
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