Today, the scope of freezing weather in the south has been reduced, and the intensity has weakened. The Central Meteorological Observatory has lifted the yellow warning of freezing this morning and issued the freezing warning for five days in a row, which has finally come to an end. However, the low-temperature warning continues to take effect. Today, the temperature in the north and south is still "upside down" during the day. North China and northwest China are warmer than Jiangnan. With high humidity, many local partners in the south have experienced a 360-degree wet and cold attack without dead ends.
Next week, for the southern region, the range of rain and snow is still not small, and the precipitation in the north will also increase, mainly snowfall. According to the medium-term forecast of the Central Meteorological Observatory, it will be rainy in the south in the next 10 days, and the cumulative precipitation days can reach 5 to 7 days. The central and western parts of the south of the Yangtze River, the western part of South China and Guizhou have the most frequent precipitation, such as the rainy weather in Guilin, Guangxi. Among them, the warm and humid air flow strengthened on the 28th, while the cold air went south, the precipitation range expanded northward, and the precipitation intensity in the south strengthened briefly. On March 1, the precipitation contracted sharply to the south, and most of the south may wait for the long-lost sunshine next weekend.
In terms of temperature, it has experienced a trough. Although the temperature in all parts of the country is rising in the next few days, the pace of warming is relatively slow, and most areas will remain in a colder state than normal. Due to the influence of rain and snow in the south, the road to recovery is more difficult, and the state of low temperature is more obvious. In the next three days, the daily average temperature in southeastern Hubei, western and south-central Jiangxi, eastern and south-central Hunan, most of Guizhou, most of Guangxi, and northwestern Guangdong will be 5℃ to 7℃ lower than normal, and the temperature in southern Hunan, southeastern Guizhou, and northeastern Guangxi will be more than 7℃ lower, with a large and long-lasting low temperature and a heavy wet and cold feeling.
In addition, it should be noted that the temperature in South China will usher in a wave of obvious shocks next week. The warm and humid airflow will be strengthened from 28th to 29th, and the temperature in South China will rise sharply for a short time, with the highest temperature rising above 20℃ or even exceeding 25℃, but then it will drop sharply and return to more than 10 degrees, with great fluctuation. For example, in Fuzhou, the highest temperature will be less than 15℃ in the next three days, rising to 27℃ on the 29th and dropping to 13℃ on March 2nd. It is suggested that friends in South China should pay more attention to the weather forecast next week, adjust their clothes in time according to the temperature changes, and don’t accept thick clothes.
It is expected that after March 2, the temperature in the north and south will start to rise obviously, and gradually rise to the normal level in the same period of the year. At that time, everyone will feel the approach of spring.