According to NetEase, a natural disaster is sweeping over China. On Friday night, torrential rains fell in various cities across Zhejiang, in addition to Yunnan, Fujian, and Guangxi provinces.

Large-scale heavy rainfall centers on areas spanning from the west to east and south of Zhejiang non-stop on the 27th and 28th. At night, the rain belt continues to move northward.

The outlet cited data from Zhejiang province’s early warning information agency. The province has 41 meteorological and geological catastrophe early warning information areas, most of which are in the central region.

From May 28 to 30, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian, Guangdong, Hunan, Guizhou, and other places will experience heavy rain.

On Saturday, the Ministry of Water Resources launched a Level IV emergency response to prevent floods and droughts in seven provinces in southern China.

Heavy rain has created public worry in several parts of the South in recent days. According to reports from Fujian, Guangxi, Yunnan, and other areas, floods triggered by torrential rains have left many people dead or missing.

Rivers along the storm’s route will experience significant water surges. As a result, small and medium rivers in heavy rain areas may suffer floods beyond warning levels, and there is a high risk of flash floods in mountainous locations.

While torrential rain in the southern provinces, netizens commented asking for rain in the Northeast region. One of them said that there was a sandstorm in the Northwest.

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