Yunnan - China   2024-02-22   Thursday   24.89N, 104.31E


Yunnan - China


Issue date: 2024-02-22T14:45+08:00



It may be affected by strong winds within 24 hours, with an average wind force of 6 or higher, or gusts of 7 or higher; or it has been affected by strong winds, with an average wind of 6-7, or 7-8 gusts and may continue.


1. The government and relevant departments should do a good job of preventing gale in accordance with their duties;

2. Close doors and windows, reinforce hoardings, scaffolds, billboards and other structures that are easily blown by the wind, properly arrange outdoor objects that are easily affected by high winds, and cover building materials;

3. Water operations in relevant waters and passing ships take active countermeasures, such as returning to the port to avoid wind or sailing in a detour, etc.;

4. Pedestrians should avoid riding bicycles as much as possible, and do not stay under billboards, temporary structures, etc. when the wind is blowing;

5. Relevant departments and units pay attention to the fire prevention of forests and grasslands.

Luoping County Meteorological Observatory issues a Level III forest fire risk warning

Issue date: 2024-02-19T16:55+08:00

At 16:55 on February 19, 2024, the Luoping County Meteorological Bureau, Luoping County Emergency Management Bureau, and Luoping County Forestry and Grassland Bureau jointly issued a Level III forest fire risk meteorological warning: It is expected that our county will maintain sunny, hot, and less rainy weather in the next 5 days, with dry air and high instantaneous wind speeds in the afternoon. The forest fire risk meteorological level will reach a high danger level, making it more prone to forest fires. Please pay attention to prevention.


The forest fire risk level is three. Moderately dangerous, combustibles in the forest are easier to burn, and forest fires are more likely to occur.


1. Relevant departments should strengthen publicity and education on forest fire prevention;

2. Strengthen the supervision of mountain patrol and forest protection and the use of fire in the wild;

3. Make full preparations for fire fighting and disaster relief;

4. When entering the forest area, pay attention to fire prevention; take precautions when using fire in the forest or at the edge of the forest, and do not leave fire or litter cigarette butts.