Just after the winter solstice, two rounds of cooling will be welcomed this week.
- Published: December 24, 2019
- Source: Chutian Metropolis Daily
Chutian Metropolis Daily (Reporter Chen Xi Lihui) As soon as the winter solstice is coming, cold air is about to show its might. This week has more rain and less sunny days. Two rounds of cold rain hit Jingchu. The meteorological department predicts that from tomorrow, a strong cold air will come to our province to throw cold rain, northerly winds of 4-5 degrees, gusts of 6-7 degrees, and the temperature will drop significantly. After two days of rain and rest, the second round of rain will disturb everyone's weekends.
Looking closely at the situation of Jingchu in the past three days, except for scattered light rain in western Hubei and Jianghan Plains, other areas are cloudy. Tomorrow in the province's cold rain, most of the area will be light rain, Xianning, Ezhou, Huanggang area will be moderate rain, light rain and snow for high-altitude areas in western Hubei, northerly gusts 6, most of the day after tomorrow turned cloudy, light rain in southwest Hubei North Gust 7 These three weather temperatures returned to the winter Japanese color, with the highest temperature in most areas being around 10 ° C, except for the northwest of Hubei at 1-5 ° C and other areas at 5-8 ° C.
The meteorological department said that the winter solstice is not the coldest time of the year. At this time, the heat absorbed by the ground from the sun is less than the heat lost, and the temperature of the soil and the atmosphere near the ground is still decreasing. Until the "nine-nine" period, the ground heat is minimized, and the cold air of Siberia frequently goes south. The coldest weather of the year. For example, in Hubei, the coldest time is usually 3,949, which is the small cold and the big cold in the middle and late January of the year. The lowest period of average temperature is the Xiaohan solar term, and extreme low temperature is easy to appear in the Dahan solar term. For example, the historical extreme minimum temperature of Wuhan, -18.1 ℃, appeared on January 30, 1977, in the Great Cold Season.