Yunnan - China   2024-04-20   Saturday   25.02N, 102.71E

Xishan

Yunnan - China
2024-04-20

Xishan District Meteorological Observatory issues a yellow lightning warning signal [Level III/Heavy]

Issue date: 2024-04-20T13:44+08:00

At 13:44 on April 20, 2024, the Xishan District Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow lightning warning signal: it is expected that there will be lightning activity in the main urban area, Tuanjie, Haikou, Biji and other streets of our district in the next 6 hours, accompanied by short-term heavy rainfall and instantaneous strong winds in some areas. Please avoid outdoor activities during lightning strikes, avoid using umbrellas in open areas, or take shelter from rain under trees, poles, or tower cranes.

Description

Lightning activities may occur within 6 hours, which may cause lightning disasters.

Guidelines

1. The government and relevant departments shall do a good job in lightning protection according to their duties;

2. Pay close attention to the weather and try to avoid outdoor activities.

Xishan District Meteorological Observatory issues a blue warning signal for strong winds [Level IV/General]

Issue date: 2024-04-20T12:19+08:00

The Xishan District Meteorological Observatory issued a blue warning signal for strong winds at 12:19 on April 20, 2024: It is expected that the Xishan District may be affected by strong winds in the next 12 hours, with an average wind speed of 6 levels and gusts of 7-8 levels, which can easily cause temporary billboard structures to fall off, damage to lightweight plastic greenhouse roofs, or trigger various types of fires. Please take precautions.

Description

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.

Guidelines

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.