Storms hit various parts of China affecting traffic and destroying infrastructure.
Torrential downpour and strong winds tore down a rooftop.
Rainstorm blew down many Telegraph Poles, trees and road signs in the City.
According to local Meteorological Department , the wind force reached level eight on the Beaufort Scale, with the speed between 62 to 74 km per hour.
Thunderstorm caused inundation on several streets and power outages in some areas, with tree branches scattered across roads.
In Nanping City of east China's Fujian province Rainstorm lashed Wuyi Mountains, breaking Meteorological Records with strong gales at the speed of 93.4 km per hour, the fastest wind speed detected since the monitor station was established in 1957.