Beijing 4 consecutive “ Rising Orders ” for half a month, 3 days ahead of the cold wave warning

Weather News (Reporter Zhao Tingting Wang Bin) Since the beginning of winter, cold air has become a frequent visitor to Beijing. A strong cold air arrived in Beijing yesterday. From this afternoon to tomorrow, there will be 5 or 6 northerly winds and gusts of about 8 in the city. Affected by this, the city’s temperature will drop significantly, and the lowest temperature in the early morning of the 18th and 19th will be -4 ° C to -5 ° C. In order to cope with the cold wave, Beijing issued a “heating order” for heating, requiring heating units to warm up. A reporter from Beijing Youth Daily learned from the Heating Office of the Municipal Urban Management Commission yesterday that after the cold wave warning was issued yesterday afternoon, the Municipal Heating Office has issued warning notices to district heating management departments and heating units, asking them to strengthen heating Inspection of equipment and facilities, increasing the temperature measurement frequency of households, increasing the heating load in advance according to the temperature forecast, heating up the operation, and reducing heating complaints that the residents’ temperature did not meet the standards during the cooling period. The notice emphasized that the district heating management departments should conduct interviews with heating units that experienced a significant increase in heating complaints during the cooling period. They should expose the poor conditions and increase the assessment and subsidy. Yesterday, Beijing was immersed in gloomy weather, and the lack of sunny weekends made people just want to curl up in the warm interior. However, this is just a precursor to the strong power of strong cold air. The city’s meteorological observatory simultaneously issued a cold blue warning signal and a strong blue warning signal at 16:45 yesterday. It is expected that cold weather will occur in Beijing from 17 to 18, and the minimum temperature will drop from 8 ° C to 10 ° C on the 17th. By 11:00 on the 18th, most areas of Beijing had northerly winds of magnitude 5 and 6, with gusts up to about 8, with local sands. The lowest temperature at night from 17 to 18 will drop to -4 ° C to -5. ℃. The impact of the strong cold air can be described as a “full set”, with rainfall, wind, and cooling all having. Beginning yesterday night, with the cold air gradually spreading, the weather gloom in Beijing gradually deepened. After 22:00, rain and snow began to gradually affect the city from west to east. However, because the temperature is not low enough, the precipitation in the plains is mainly light rain, and snow will only appear above the mountainsides such as Haiyu Mountain. This morning, there may be some “tails” of rain in the eastern region, but the overall impact is not significant. This morning, the city had more clouds, the sky was cloudy, and the human body felt cold. In the afternoon, the strong wind gradually rose, and the city’s average wind force was 5 or 6 and gusts were about 8; the wind chill effect became more and more obvious. The most obvious period of wind power is this evening, and the wind power in the southeast and northwest regions is even greater. Gust winds can reach 8 or 9 levels, and mountain winds are above 9 levels. At present, the meteorological stations in Tongzhou District and Yanqing District have issued yellow warning signals for strong winds. Citizens should pay attention to wind protection when they go to the corresponding areas. During the day, the city’s highest temperature is 12 ° C, and the drop is not obvious. However, due to the strong cold air, the lowest temperature in Beijing will continue to be lower than 0 ° C from Monday to Friday morning. Among them, the lowest temperature is -4 ° C on Monday morning, -5 ° C on Tuesday, -4 ° C on Wednesday, -3 ° C on Thursday, and -1 ° C on Friday, which means that every morning peak at work is likely to be next week. It’s the coldest part of the day, so you have to get up early and go out to stay warm. Editor-in-chief: Xiang Qinru (EN006)