Flooding likely along Yellow, Songhua and Haihe rivers


Under water: A file photo showing buildings and farmlands partially submerged after heavy rainfall in Poyang county of Jiangxi province. The National Meteorological Center said part of the country will see up to triple the usual amount of rain this month. — Reuters

Beijing: Authorities plan to enhance weather monitoring and flood and drought prevention because convective weather and heavy rainfall that caused several natural disasters this month are forecast to continue.

The National Meteorological Center said that from yesterday until Sunday, convective weather is highly likely to lead to disasters in South China.

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