Typhoon Bailu landed in Pingdong, Taiwan

On August 24, Typhoon Bailu, the 11th of this year, landed on the coast of Manzhou Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan, around 13:00 today (24), with a maximum wind force of 11 (30 m/s, strong tropical storm level) near the center and a minimum central pressure of 980 hPa. It is expected that it will then move into the Taiwan Strait and land again in Zhangpu, Fujian Province, to Huilai, Guangdong Province, from tonight to tomorrow morning. Affected by the storm, there will be heavy rain in the coastal area of South China from 24 to 26. In the mountainous areas of northern Guangdong, the risk of geological hazards is high, which needs close attention. In addition, affected by typhoon, many Metro roads, ships and Airport Flights have been suspended or suspended.
“White Deer” will land on Taiwan again tonight and tomorrow morning along the coast of Guangdong and Fujian
The Central Meteorological Observatory expects that the “White Deer” will then move into the Taiwan Strait and land again in Zhangpu, Fujian Province, to Huilai, Guangdong Province, from today’s night to tomorrow morning (10-11, 25-30 m/s, strong tropical storm level).
To cope with the impact of “White Deer”, China Meteorological Administration launched an emergency response of typhoon III on 23rd. The Central Meteorological Observatory predicts that heavy rains or torrential rains will occur in parts of southeastern Zhejiang, most of Fujian, Eastern Guangdong, southwestern Jiangxi and Taiwan Island from 14:00 on the 24th to 14:00 on the 25th. Among them, heavy rains will occur in southeastern Fujian, Eastern Guangdong and southern Taiwan Island.
At the same time, there will be 6-8 Gales in the northeastern waters of the South China Sea, the Bashi Strait, the Taiwan Strait, the eastern sea surface of Taiwan, the southern sea area of the East China Sea, the waters near Diaoyu Island, the coasts of Taiwan Island, Fujian Province and Eastern Guangdong Province. Some of the sea areas or areas will have 9-10 gales, and the vicinity of the White Deer Center will pass through. Wind power ranges from 11 to 12 and gusts from 13 to 14.
In addition, the people in the mountainous areas of northern Guangdong, such as Meizhou, Heyuan, Shaoguan and Qingyuan, are particularly reminded that heavy rainfall is very likely to cause geological disasters such as debris flow and landslides, so we must take precautions and not take them lightly.
“White Deer” Invading Air, Sea and Land Traffic Are Affected