National bareleg warning map

This week, most of China’s “warming up trains” continue to move at a high speed. Some areas in the north are even expected to usher in the first high temperature day of this year before May Day, hitting 35 ℃! The temperature is soaring all the way, and the summer heat is coming. Is the summer clothes coming before May Day? China specially launched the national bareleg warning map. Come to see if your house is hot enough to walk out of the street bareleg?
According to Wang Weiyue, a meteorological analyst with China Weather Network, on the 28th, in Southeast Sichuan, South Chongqing, central Guangdong, Guangxi and some parts of Xinjiang, the body temperature was above 30 ℃, so it’s no exaggeration to travel barefoot; in addition, in North China, Huanghuai and other places, the heat is rising, such as Beijing and Tianjin, the highest temperature is above 30 ℃, and Shijiazhuang will usher in the first 30 ℃ this year+ , but the body temperature has not reached more than 30 ℃, and it is not the time to wear “short fight” when you go out barefoot, and the long skirt can enjoy cool.
China’s barelegged areas extended to the North Tuesday. In the north, parts of North China, Huanghuai and Xinjiang can travel barelegged. Parts of the south, such as Jianghuai and Jiangnan, all the way to Guangxi and Hainan, are also within the barelegged “army”.
On the 30th, the barefoot “army” continued to expand substantially, from North China to the north of South China and the south of South China. The temperature was generally above 30 ℃; in particular, Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou and other places may hit 35 ℃ before Haikou, which also means that the first high temperature weather this year may be born in the North! Walking out of the street with bare legs will become the first choice for most people. Don’t hesitate to take out short skirts and shorts and feel summer ahead of time.
According to Wang Weiyue, the “first experience” of this early summer can not be separated from the huge continental high pressure and the large-scale eastward movement of northwest dry and hot air masses, while the heat in the South comes from the support of warm and humid air currents. It is expected that after this round of “rocket” warming, Huanghuai and other places in North China are expected to “impact” the hottest “May Day” since 1951, among which Beijing’s temperature may be close to or break the record of the same period in history, and will begin to impact summer.
In short, after a big warming, there is no pressure on the middle and eastern regions of China to go out of the street with bare legs. It seems that it’s time to get ready for summer clothes and take out small electric fans.
Extended reading:
Here comes the May 1st national clothing map!
According to the weather data released in the travel forecast report for May Day holiday in 2020, the temperature in most of the central and eastern regions of China is relatively high during the May Day holiday, and the maximum temperature from North China to South China is basically above 25 ℃, among which the Southern Hebei and the central and Northern Henan may usher in the first high temperature day this year!
Affected by the cold air gale, there will be a dust weather process in parts of Northwest China from September 9 to November 11. The Central Meteorological Station issued the sand and dust weather forecast at 06:00 on April 9. It is estimated that from 08:00 on April 9 to 08:00 on April 10, some areas along the northern foot of Tianshan Mountain and the southern Xinjiang basin, the western part of Gansu Province and the western part of Inner Mongolia have sand or floating dust weather, and some areas in the western part of Inner Mongolia, the western part of Gansu Province and the eastern part of the southern Xinjiang basin have sand and dust storms.
In addition, the Central Meteorological Station predicts that in the next 11-20 days, the cold air force will be weak, and the temperature in most areas of China will be higher than that in the same period throughout the year. After the 27th, the temperature in the Middle East increased by a large margin!