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szdaily -> China
Guchol to bring rain to east Guangdong
    2017-September-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Han Ximin

ximhan@126.com

GUCHOL, the 17th typhoon of the year, will bring heavy rain to eastern Guangdong Province and southern Fujian Province tonight or tomorrow morning, according to the forecast from the Guangdong Meteorological Observatory yesterday.

Guchol is the fourth typhoon to affect the southeastern coast of China in the past weeks, but it is weaker than the previous three.

The National Meteorological Center issued a blue alert at 10 a.m. yesterday saying Guchol would enter the southern area of the Taiwan Straits yesterday evening and approach the southern part of Fujian Province.

It is unknown whether Guchol will make landfall on the coastline of southeastern China as its strength will either diminish or disappear over the sea as it approaches the coast.

At around 10 a.m. yesterday, Guchol was at sea 455 kilometers southeast of the border between Guangdong and Fujian. It was moving northwesterly at speeds of 10-15 kilometers per hour.

Guangdong Meteorological Observatory said Meizhou and eastern Guangdong cities will experience heavy and even torrential rain between today and tomorrow night.

The Pearl River Delta cities will see showers Thursday and Friday.

Guchol is the fourth typhoon to affect GD in recent weeks, following Hato, Pakhar and Mawar.

 

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