Be careful! A naughty boy, Nepartak, the first typhoon this year generated on the surface of northwest Pacific Ocean on July 3rd, and it’s monitored to approach China’s southeast coastal area with the speed of about 30 kilometers per hour. It is expected to land on eastern Chinese Taiwan and coastal area of Fujian Province.
What will it bring to Guangdong?
No. It will be like this
Though the circulation of typhoon is expected to bring heavy rain and strong wind to eastern Guangdong, other regions of Guangdong will remain hot and sunny, with a continuous high temperature of 35℃—38℃, according to Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters of Guangdong (FCDRH).
Nepartak might change its track with it arrives. On July 7th and 8th, the wind will gradually increase on the affected sea area. The storm may bring tremendously powerful winds roaring on the sea and gaining strength on the way. The wind force on coastal area of eastern Guangdong will reach to grade 6 -8.
Nepartak is powerful and fast, with an uncertain path and wide range of effects. To avoid possible casualties, Guangdong Oceanic & Fishery Administration requires the ships and fishermen to return to the harbour to take shelter from the typhoon.
According to Guangzhou Railway Group, several trains had been canceled due to continuous rainstorm in central and eastern area. The trains that had been canceled were:
Guangdong East Railway Station -- Hefei Railway Station (K309)
Shenzhen West Railway Station -- Hefei Railway Station (K256)
Guangzhou Railway Station -- Urumqi South Railway Station (Z138)
The railway station reminded the passengers that tickets of the canceled trains can be refunded without extra fee.
By Sylvia & Flora