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There will be no widespread rain, snow or freezing weather. During the Spring Festival holiday in 2024, the temperature will first rise and then fall in most parts of the country.

The press conference of China Meteorological Administration.Photo by Ouyang Yijia, People’s Daily Online

People’s Daily Online, Beijing, February 7 (Ouyang Yijia) The China Meteorological Administration held a February press conference today. Zhang Hengde, deputy director of the National Meteorological Center, said at the press conference that during the Spring Festival holiday (New Year’s Eve to the eighth day of the lunar month), most areas of the country The temperature first rose and then fell, and the average temperature was higher than the same period of the year; there was no disastrous weather such as widespread rain, snow, freezing, persistent fog, and haze.

Since January 31, low-temperature rain, snow, and freezing weather have occurred in the central and eastern regions of my country. Most areas have experienced significantly more precipitation and lower temperatures. Zhang Hengde introduced that on the 7th, there were still rain, snow and freezing weather in Hunan, Guizhou and other places. There was still snow or sleet in parts of the northern and western parts of Jiangnan and the eastern part of Southwest China. There was still snow or sleet in central and eastern Guizhou, central and southern Hunan and northwest Jiangxi. There is freezing rain in some areas in mountainous areas and mountainous areas in central and southern Zhejiang, but the snowfall and freezing rain are weaker than before; there are heavy rains in parts of southern Jiangnan and southern China. It is necessary to pay attention to the impact of the above-mentioned rain and snow weather on Spring Festival transportation traffic. On the 8th, the snowfall and freezing weather in the southern region tended to end, but Hubei, Hunan, Anhui and other places need to be wary of secondary disasters that may be caused by rising temperatures and melting snow and ice.

“In February, my country’s cold air was active in phases, and the central and eastern regions changed greatly. In addition to the cold air process that caused widespread rain, snow and cooling in the central and eastern regions of my country in the first half of the month, it is expected that there will be two more cold air processes that will affect our country. The time and intensity of occurrence are respectively: mid-mid (medium) and late-mid (weak).” Zhang Hengde said.

Zhang Hengde said that the weather in most parts of the country was fine and the temperature picked up significantly during the early part of the holiday. The temperature in the central and eastern regions has recovered significantly, with the temperature increasing by 4 to 10°C. Affected by the weak cold air, there will be strong winds in the northern region. From February 9 to 11 (New Year’s Eve to the second day of the Lunar New Year), Inner Mongolia, western and northern parts of North China will have strong winds of magnitude 4 to 6 (gusts up to magnitude 7), among which , From the 9th to the 10th, there were sand and dust weather in parts of western Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, northern Gansu, and northern Shaanxi; there were strong winds of magnitude 5 to 7 (gusts up to magnitude 8) in the eastern Yellow Sea, the northeastern East China Sea, and the South China Sea.

Stronger cold air will affect the central and eastern regions of my country during the latter part of the holiday. From February 14th to 17th (from the fifth day to the eighth day of the lunar month), affected by the strong cold air, northerly winds of magnitude 4 to 6 will occur from north to south in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River and areas north of it, with gusts up to magnitude 7 to 9. The temperature dropped by 4 to 8°C, with some areas in Inner Mongolia and Heilongjiang experiencing a cooling range of 10 to 12°C, with local temperatures above 14°C. There were light to moderate rains in Huanghuai, Jianghuai, Jianghan, Jiangnan, South China, Sichuan Basin and Guizhou. , local heavy rain; there is light snow or sleet in the central and eastern parts of Inner Mongolia, North China, and Northeast China, and there is moderate to heavy snow in the eastern part of Northeast China.

There are intermittent fog or haze in places such as the Huanghuai River in North China and the coastal areas of South China. From February 9th to 10th (New Year’s Eve to the first day of the Lunar New Year) and February 12th to 14th (the third to the fifth day of the Lunar New Year), some areas in North China, Huanghuai, Jianghuai, and Northeast China experienced mild to moderate haze, and localized severe haze. From the night of the 13th to the morning of the 14th (the fourth to fifth day of the Lunar New Year), there was heavy fog in parts of southern Hebei, western and northern Shandong, northern and southwestern Henan, and localized thick fog. In addition, from the 14th to the 16th (from the fifth to the seventh day of the Lunar New Year), there will be light fog along the southeast and South China coasts, the Qiongzhou Strait, and the northern waters of the Beibu Gulf, and heavy fog may occur from night to morning.

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