Severe weather Hit Many Areas in China

On April 25th, the National Meteorological Center of the Communist China issued disastrous weather warnings. From April 24th to 27th, there will be the largest convective weather this year in the regions south of the Yellow River. There will be level 8 to 9 thunderstorms, strong winds and hail in Hunan, Hubei and Guizhou Provinces.

According to the reports and footage posted on social media, Guizhou, Henan, Shanghai, Guangxi, and Fujian Provinces have experienced severe weather, including hail, strong winds, and heavy rainfall. The hail on the ground is as large as eggs. Heavy rains in Henan Province and other places have caused a lot of stagnant water in residents’ homes and some streets. Shanghai has issued disaster weather warnings one after another. It is forecasted that there will be level-11 strong winds, thunderstorms, hail and even tornadoes in some areas.

According to CCP’s reports, the rainfall in the Southern Region of the Yangtze River and Southern China Region, has doubled this year compared to the same period of the previous years. The eastern part of Southwest China, Jianghan, Jiangnan, and the northern part of South China received 30 to 60 percent more rainfall than normal.
2022 is China’s traditional Year of “Renyin” – meaning the “Year of Water”, and Miles mentioned in one of his broadcasts at the beginning of the year that China will suffer frequent floods in 2022. Now, the rainy season has not come yet, but the disastrous weather in China has arrived earlier than in normal years.

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