Torrential Rains to Continue in South China

Updated: June 13, 2011 | Clicks: 1434

Torrential rainstorms and floods are sweeping across South China since early June, after severe drought in the area of the milled and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Up to now, the floods has caused dozens of people’s death. However, the torrential rains will continue in many parts of South China. (The right picture is a scene when firefighters helping a senior in Xianning City, Hubei Province.)

According to Central Meteorological Observatory, heavy rains will continue in south Chongqing, northeast Guizhou province, south Hubei Province, north Hunan Province, south Anhui Province, central and north Jiangxi Province, central and south Zhejiang Province and North Fujian Province.

For travelers visiting in China these days, China Highlights has following tips to help them to get the most enjoyment out of their tours.

  • The rainstorms may cause landslide, debris flow or mountain torrent might happen in mountainous area, travelers in mountainous areas need to pay more attention to the weather forecast and take accodingly protective measures.
  • The heavy rains may influence the scheduled flights or trains, travelers need keep a watchful eye on the traffic information so as not to change the travel accordingly.
  • Heavy rains play adverse impact in traffic, and travelers need to pay more attention to the highway conditions.

China Highlights offers the brief introduction of China weather and the weather forecast for major Chinese cities. We are sincerely help you to have a memorable China tour, check out our rich China tours or customize a tour in China.

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