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China faces extreme weather as temperatures rise, more rain falls -
government forecasters
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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Extreme weather in China is becoming increasingly
frequent, with temperatures in some regions hitting record highs this
year and with rainfall set to exceed average levels by 70% in the next
10 days, officials at the nation’s weather bureau warned.

Speaking at a briefing on Tuesday, Liao Jun of the disaster relief
department of the China Meteorological Administration said average
temperatures this year in China have been 0.9 degrees Celsius higher
than the average since 1961.

Liao said average temperatures in the southwest province of Yunnan and
the island province of Hainan have been the highest since 1961, adding
that as many as 40 weather stations across the country have recorded
their hottest temperatures ever.

While average rainfall in Yunnan and Tibet has been the lowest since
1961, other regions have been facing “extreme precipitation events”,
with rain in parts of Jiangxi, Hunan and Guizhou “breaching historical
extremes”, Liao told reporters.

Large parts of southern China’s planting regions have been waterlogged,
affecting rice, tobacco and fruit production, he said, adding that
rainfall in the south over the next 10 days is expected to exceed
average levels by between 30%-70%.

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On Tue, 9 Jul 2019 22:36:40 +0800, "Mr. Man-wai Chang"
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China faces extreme weather as temperatures rise, more rain falls -
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Really? Amazing!

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