China’s northeastern rain front predicts 300mm of rain in Heilongjiang, Jilin.

The heavy rain front that wreaked havoc in Beijing and Hebei province has moved into the northeast, bringing heavy rainfall of up to 300 millimeters to the region.

While rain clouds have weakened over Beijing and Hebei provinces, which have seen heavy rainfall due to the impact of Typhoon Eagle, China’s Central Meteorological Center forecast that Heilongjiang and Jilin will experience localized heavy rainfall accompanied by gusty winds, hail, thunder, and lightning from today through the 5th.

In addition, heavy rainfall of up to 250-310 mm was forecast for the southeastern part of Heilongjiang, with localized downpours of 40-60 mm per hour in some places.

This could result in floods that occur every five to 10 years in the mainstream of the Songhua River, the tributary of Heilongjiang, and major floods that occur once every 10 to 20 years in some tributaries of the Songhua River, the Central Weather Center warned.

Chinese authorities are also on high alert for Typhoon Kanun, 먹튀검증 the sixth typhoon to make landfall in the southeastern provinces of Fujian and Zhejiang on Wednesday afternoon.

Typhoon Eagle dumped record-breaking rainfall of up to 1,000 millimeters in more than 70 hours over Beijing and Hebei province last month, killing 20 people, leaving 19 missing and displacing more than 580,000.

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