Shishi China Weather

FUZHOU - Typhoon Nepartak made landfall in the south of the country on Tuesday, bringing gales and downpours, the local weather bureau said. The second most powerful tropical cyclone of its kind in China's East China Sea made landfall on Hainan Island on Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.

The 10th typhoon was also forming and was expected to hit Hainan Island in the South China Sea at about 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service said. The station said it was also forming and expects to land on the east coast of China at around 6am on Thursday morning. 11 typhoon Nepartak, a 10-day-old tropical cyclone with a maximum wind speed of 120 km / h, has also formed, the station said.

The 10th typhoon also formed and was expected to make landfall on Hainan Island in the South China Sea at about 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service said. The Fujian Weather Station said it, too, had formed and expected to land on China's east coast around 6am on Thursday morning.

It said Nesat, who landed in Taiwan on Saturday, was expected to land in Taiwan by Saturday evening. She said she was due to land on Hainan Island in the South China Sea at around 7am on Thursday morning. The plane landed on China's east coast at around 7.30pm on Wednesday night, the Fujian weather station said.

Nesat, the ninth typhoon of the year, is moving at a speed of about 20 km / h and wind gusts of 144 km / h. Typhoon Nepartak hit land in the South China Sea on Wednesday night with winds of up to 190 km / h and gusts of up to 234 km / h, the weather station said.

The windiest day of the year was March 10 with gusts of up to 120 km / h, according to the National Weather Service / h The wind that occurs in a particular place is a measure of wind speed and direction, not the actual wind speed or direction. Intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than hourly averages, but average wind speeds vary from day to day.

The weather in Shishi has been good since September, and the fine weather lasts until November, which is a golden time for travel. The sky is bright and sunny, with an altitude of about 60 degrees Celsius (100 degrees Fahrenheit). The sky is bright, sunny and warm with an average temperature of about 60 degrees.

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Every day, different types of precipitation are observed, without trace sizes, and independent values for the perceived temperature are calculated. Precipitation values, based on a three-hour precipitation rate, concentrated on the given hour, are linear and amount to 10% precipitation. Based on this classification, the most common form of precipitation in a year is rain alone, but rain and snow fall on the same day and cause an independent value of 5%.

The cloud cover falls linearly and is 10 for a completely clear sky and 5 for a cloudy sky and 1 for a cloudy sky.

In the month of Shishi it will be dry on 6 days and in the months of the year on 9 days. The probability of cloudy skies in June is 1%, 2% with clear skies and 3% in August and September. In June, the average is 1.5 days per month, in July 3.4 days, in September 4.2 days and in October 5.6 days.

In the month of Shishi it will be dry for 19 days, in February it will be 1.5 days and in March 3.4 days; in October 5.2 days. It is January, it will be dry for 21 days of the year and shishi for 17 days. November is November and January was 4.6 days dry, February 2.8 days and March 1 day. January is a dry month with a 1% chance of clear skies and 3% chance of cloudy skies in November and September. February is the first day of March and the last day of December, 3 days of January and 2 days of sunshine. March is one of the driest months in April, the second warmest month in May and October and the third wettest November.

In the month of Shishi it will be 11 days dry, in October 5.2 days. In April it is one of the driest months in May and October and the third wettest November. It is the second warmest month in June and July, 3.5 days dry and in August and September with 2.4 days perhaps a little drier. In March, April, October, May, June, July and August it will have been dry for 8 days a year and Shishi for 17 days, in February, February for 2 days and on March 1st for one day.

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