On August 3, China Meteorological Administration (CMA) rolled out Blue Book on Climate Change of China 2022 (hereafter referred to as the Blue Book), which provides the latest monitoring information of the climate change status of China and the whole world from the aspect of atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere.
On July 21, China Meteorological Administration (CMA) has rolled out a management approach on national climate observatory, which clarifies the acceleration of the construction,regulation and scientific research capacity of national climate observatory.
On July 1, Weather Radar Mosaic System V3.0 was put into operation. Its products have been applied in relevant national departments and 10 provinces (autonomous regions) like Shandong, Inner Mongolia, and Jiangsu.
On June 1，China Meteorological Adminstration (CMA) meteorological satellites FENGYUN-3E and FENGYUN-4B as well as their ground application systems officially start trial operation. From this day on, they will provide observation data and services to the global community.
On May 23, Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) Surface Reference Network Lead Centre (GSRN-LC) was initiated in the national meteorological observing real-time operational platform, Beijing.
On May 17, World Meteorological Centre Beijing (WMC-BJ) released the first global severe weather bulletin, providing a summary of global weather conditions, including major severe weather, tropical storms, and outlook.
Affected by the cyclone in North Africa, a southeast gale of magnitude 5-6 occurred in northern Algeria at 6:00 on March 14 (UTC), with gusts of magnitude 9-10, accompanied by obvious sand blowing weather. The visibility decreased rapidly from about 10km to 5km. As the wind speed continued to increase, dust storms and strong dust storms occurred in northeastern Algeria at 12:00 (UTC), with a minimum visibility of only 200 meters. The dust has crossed the Mediterranean and affected Spain.