Vision Times reported that Guangdong has recently suffered a new round of extremely hot weather, with the highest surface temperature even exceeding 80° degrees Celsius (176 degrees Fahrenheit), which can cook eggs.
According to Worlddata, Guangdong is one of the warmest regions in China, with an average of 27 degrees Celsius (80 degrees Fahrenheit), but has few truly tropical and humid months. In 8 months, the average temperatures are over 25 degrees (77 degrees Fahrenheit.)
However, in recent days, 62 of the 86 national meteorological stations in Guangdong Province have a daily maximum temperature of over 37°C (99 degrees Fahrenheit.
Three stations in Wuhua, Shunde, and Gaoyao recorded daily maximum temperatures of around 39 degrees Celsius (102 degrees Fahrenheit). This broke the record for the highest temperature in July.
Netizens measured that the car’s temperature was as high as 82.5 ℃ (180.5 degrees Fahrenheit), “hair was scorched,” fried eggs on the spot, “sprinkle some salt and eat.”
A local netizen uses a thermometer to measure the temperature inside the car. The pictures he uploaded showed that the temperature was over 80°C (176 degrees Fahrenheit). The netizen described the panoramic sky as “hot enough to burn your hair.”
According to the weather forecast, Guangdong’s high temperature and heat will continue for the next three days.
It is expected that the high temperature and hot weather in Guangdong will continue from July 27 to 29, and most of the weather will be mainly sunny to cloudy up to 38°C (100 degrees Fahrenheit).