Beijing, July 14 (Xinhua) - The National Observatory of China renewed an orange alert by high temperatures on Thursday when heat waves swept vast regions of the country.

During the daylight hours on Thursday, temperatures in parts of Anhui, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Fujian, Sichuan, Chongqing and Guizhou are expected to reach 37 to 39 degrees Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Celsius, Cels Celsius. The National Meteorological Center said.

The prognosis said that temperatures in some of these regions would exceed 40 degrees Celsius.

Abrasing heat waves began to cover parts of China on June 13, affecting more than 900 million people, according to the National Climate Center.

A total of 71 national climate The stations have monitored temperatures in maximum record this year, and the highest temperatures in some regions reached 44 degrees Celsius.

From July 27 to August 11, most areas in China will see higher temperatures than in the same period in recent years, said the center climate.

The weather center advised to avoid outdoor activities during high temperature periods and suggested that workers exposed to high temperatures shorten continuous work hours.

China has a four -level level, colored -encoded weather warning system, with red that represents the most severe warning, followed by orange, yellow and blue. ENITEM


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