Map Of Heavier Than Usual Rains Predicted Into October

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)’s latest map showing the probability of above average rainfall between August and October (snapshot below) offers little comfort to the already deluged northern and central parts of the country. The darker the green, the greater the probability of heavier than usual rains.

The hatched area in the northeast, Jilin and the North Korean border, was the region previously worst affected by the flooding and landslides that have been triggered by the year’s torrential rains.

The OCHA’s full map for the Asia-Pacific is here.

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  1. Pingback: China’s Rains Will Abate By November, But A Harsh Winter Is Close Behind « China Bystander

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