Shanghai dust and Beijing haze 11 provinces and regions reappear sand and dust

On March 30, Shanghai was enveloped by dusty weather, while Beijing was covered by haze again. And both Shanghai and Beijing had corona sky phenomenon. In addition, some areas in other 11 provinces and regions across the country still had sandy or dusty weather.

According to a comprehensive land media report, after 9:00 a.m. on March 30, the concentration of particulate matter in Shanghai’s air increased sharply, reaching a moderate pollution level at 10:00 a.m., with PM10 as the primary pollutant. around noon, the PM10 index continued to climb, reaching 500 at 12:00 a.m., and continuing to reach 500 at 13:00 a.m., a serious pollution level.

The Shanghai meteorological department expects that from noon to night on the 30th, Shanghai will always have dusty weather, and the air quality can reach heavy pollution levels, with short periods of severe pollution.

A netizen said, “This morning to noon, in the area of Nantong, Shanghai, the impact of sand and dust, the air quality burst.” “The severe air pollution caused by this round of sand and dust is horrible, and it’s already like this in southern Jiangsu + Shanghai.”

Another Shanghai netizen said, “No wonder I’ve been having an itchy nose and runny nose and sneezing today.” “No wonder I smell an earthy smell.” “No wonder my throat was hoarse when I woke up this morning.” “‘Grey and yellow filter’ on the body.”

According to videos and pictures circulated on the Internet, Shanghai Lujiazui and other places were shrouded under sand and dust.

The land media News Morning Post said some netizens also captured the phenomenon of corona in Shanghai. Xinjing News said that the corona phenomenon appeared in Beijing today (March 30) and yesterday (March 29).

While Shanghai was hit by dusty weather, Beijing was under cloudy weather today (March 30).

According to the Beijing Ecological Environment Monitoring Center website on the 30th, as of 14:00 on the 30th, Beijing’s air quality index was 153, pollution level 4, already moderate pollution, with PM2.5 as the primary pollutant.

In addition, the mainland at least 11 provinces and regions are still sand and dust weather, Xinjiang also continues to be sand and dust storms.

According to the Chinese weather network on the 30th, the Central Weather Station on March 30 at 6:00 again issued a blue warning of sand and dust storms, is expected to March 30 during the day, the eastern and southern Xinjiang basin, northwestern Qinghai, western and central Inner Mongolia, western and eastern Gansu, Ningxia, central Shaanxi, southwestern Shanxi, southern Hebei, Henan, northern Anhui, north-central Jiangsu and other parts of the region have sand or floating dust weather, Xinjiang eastern localities Then there are sand and dust storms.