Rainy weather without typhoon is expected in Sanya and Haikou on Hainan Island, China in early July 2019

The provincial meteorological observatory of Hainan Island reported that it is expected that the cyclone over the northeastern part of the South China Sea from mid-July 1 to night will turn into a tropical depression. Under the influence of this, from July 1 to July 3, there will be heavy rains on Hainan Island. In the northeastern part of the South China Sea, the winds around Hainan Island and Beibu Bay will increase to 6-7 and gusts of 8-9 points. Relevant departments should do a good job of storing and ensuring the safety of reservoirs, accumulating in cities and preventing floods in river basins of small and medium sizes. Ships should pay attention only to avoid areas exposed to wind.     According to monitoring, tropical clouds are currently observed in the northeastern part of the South China Sea. It is expected that tomorrow (July 1) at noon and in the evening there will be a transition to a tropical depression. It is estimated that the amount of precipitation from 08:00 to 4:00 on July 1 will be 150 ~ 250 mm in cities and districts such as Vanning, Quanzhong, Changjiang, Baisha, Dongfang, Wujishang, Baotin, Lingshui, Ledong and Sanya. From 250 to 350 mm, 80-150 mm for Haikou, Wenchang, Qionhai, Ding'an, Suichang, Chenmai, Lingao and Zhangzhou. Usually we specify the address directly on the video, but if you need the exact address in Chinese and on the map or you need to find out how to get to this place from your hotel by bus - register on our forum, place there useful for other tourists information about the city of Sanya or the island of Hainan in the form of your text, photo or video and we will inform you all the necessary information immediately, that is, we will write you an address on Chinese, bus numbers and stop names as a complete itinerary from your hotel to this location:

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