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02/07/2019
At noon at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 31 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 80 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 9 Intensity of UV radiation : very high The area of low pressure over the northern part of the South China Sea is intensifying gradually. A tropical depression appears to be forming. According to the present forecast, it will move west-northwest in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. The heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory31 degrees ; King's Park30 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang31 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling30 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan29 degrees ; Tai Po29 degrees ; Sha Tin32 degrees ; Tuen Mun31 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O31 degrees ; Sai Kung31 degrees ; Cheung Chau30 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok32 degrees ; Tsing Yi31 degrees ; Shek Kong32 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon29 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley30 degrees ; Hong Kong Park31 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan30 degrees ; Kowloon City31 degrees ; Happy Valley31 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin31 degrees ; Stanley30 degrees ; Kwun Tong31 degrees ; Sham Shui Po31 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park31 degrees ; Yuen Long Park31 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk30 degrees . Between 10:45 and 11:45 a.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Yuen Long0 to 2 mm; North District0 to 1 mm; Tuen Mun0 to 1 mm. 3.9 millimetres of rainfall were recorded at the Hong Kong Observatory between midnight last night and midday today.
02/07/2019
At 9 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 31 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 78 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 3 Intensity of UV radiation : moderate An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory31 degrees ; King's Park31 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang31 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling31 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan31 degrees ; Tai Po30 degrees ; Sha Tin31 degrees ; Tuen Mun32 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O30 degrees ; Sai Kung31 degrees ; Cheung Chau30 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok32 degrees ; Tsing Yi31 degrees ; Shek Kong32 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon29 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley30 degrees ; Hong Kong Park31 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan30 degrees ; Kowloon City30 degrees ; Happy Valley31 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin30 degrees ; Stanley30 degrees ; Kwun Tong30 degrees ; Sham Shui Po31 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park31 degrees ; Yuen Long Park33 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk32 degrees . Between midnight and 9 a.m. the minimum temperature was 28.7 degrees Celsius at the Hong Kong Observatory.
02/07/2019
At 6 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 29 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 84 per cent An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory29 degrees ; King's Park28 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang28 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling27 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan27 degrees ; Tai Po29 degrees ; Sha Tin29 degrees ; Tuen Mun28 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O27 degrees ; Sai Kung29 degrees ; Cheung Chau27 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok29 degrees ; Tsing Yi29 degrees ; Shek Kong29 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon27 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley29 degrees ; Hong Kong Park28 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan28 degrees ; Kowloon City29 degrees ; Happy Valley29 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin29 degrees ; Stanley28 degrees ; Kwun Tong28 degrees ; Sham Shui Po29 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park29 degrees ; Yuen Long Park28 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk28 degrees .
02/07/2019
At 3 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 29 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 82 per cent An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. Please be reminded that:The Thunderstorm Warning has been issued. It will remain effective until 4:15 a.m. today. Isolated squally thunderstorms are expected to occur over Hong Kong. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory29 degrees ; King's Park28 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang29 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling28 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan27 degrees ; Tai Po29 degrees ; Sha Tin29 degrees ; Tuen Mun29 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O26 degrees ; Sai Kung29 degrees ; Cheung Chau27 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok30 degrees ; Tsing Yi30 degrees ; Shek Kong29 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon27 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley29 degrees ; Hong Kong Park29 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan28 degrees ; Kowloon City28 degrees ; Happy Valley30 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin28 degrees ; Stanley29 degrees ; Kwun Tong26 degrees ; Sham Shui Po30 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park28 degrees ; Yuen Long Park29 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk28 degrees . Between 1:45 and 2:45 a.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Kwun Tong0 to 3 mm; Sai Kung0 to 11 mm.
02/07/2019
At midnight at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 30 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 85 per cent An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory30 degrees ; King's Park29 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang30 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling29 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan28 degrees ; Tai Po29 degrees ; Sha Tin30 degrees ; Tuen Mun30 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O29 degrees ; Sai Kung30 degrees ; Cheung Chau28 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok31 degrees ; Tsing Yi30 degrees ; Shek Kong30 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon28 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley29 degrees ; Hong Kong Park29 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan29 degrees ; Kowloon City29 degrees ; Happy Valley30 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin30 degrees ; Stanley29 degrees ; Kwun Tong29 degrees ; Sham Shui Po30 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park30 degrees ; Yuen Long Park30 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk28 degrees .
01/07/2019
At 9 p.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 30 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 81 per cent An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory30 degrees ; King's Park30 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang30 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling29 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan29 degrees ; Tai Po30 degrees ; Sha Tin30 degrees ; Tuen Mun31 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O30 degrees ; Sai Kung30 degrees ; Cheung Chau28 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok31 degrees ; Tsing Yi31 degrees ; Shek Kong30 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon28 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley30 degrees ; Hong Kong Park30 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan29 degrees ; Kowloon City30 degrees ; Happy Valley31 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin30 degrees ; Stanley30 degrees ; Kwun Tong29 degrees ; Sham Shui Po31 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park30 degrees ; Yuen Long Park31 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk29 degrees .
01/07/2019
At 6 p.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 31 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 74 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 1 Intensity of UV radiation : low An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. Please be reminded that:The Very Hot Weather Warning is now in force. Very hot weather might cause adverse health effects. Members of the public should take care to avoid heatstroke. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory31 degrees ; King's Park31 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang31 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling32 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan32 degrees ; Tai Po31 degrees ; Sha Tin31 degrees ; Tuen Mun32 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O31 degrees ; Sai Kung31 degrees ; Cheung Chau29 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok33 degrees ; Tsing Yi32 degrees ; Shek Kong32 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon30 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley31 degrees ; Hong Kong Park31 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan30 degrees ; Kowloon City31 degrees ; Happy Valley32 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin31 degrees ; Stanley31 degrees ; Kwun Tong31 degrees ; Sham Shui Po32 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park31 degrees ; Yuen Long Park33 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk30 degrees .
01/07/2019
At 3 p.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 33 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 68 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 8 Intensity of UV radiation : very high An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. Please be reminded that:The Very Hot Weather Warning is now in force. Very hot weather might cause adverse health effects. Members of the public should take care to avoid heatstroke. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory33 degrees ; King's Park32 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang33 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling33 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan33 degrees ; Tai Po31 degrees ; Sha Tin33 degrees ; Tuen Mun32 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O32 degrees ; Sai Kung32 degrees ; Cheung Chau31 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok34 degrees ; Tsing Yi33 degrees ; Shek Kong33 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon32 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley32 degrees ; Hong Kong Park33 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan31 degrees ; Kowloon City32 degrees ; Happy Valley33 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin32 degrees ; Stanley32 degrees ; Kwun Tong31 degrees ; Sham Shui Po33 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park31 degrees ; Yuen Long Park34 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk33 degrees .
01/07/2019
At noon at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 31 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 71 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 11 Intensity of UV radiation : extreme The public is advised to avoid prolonged exposure under the sun to prevent damage to skin and eyes. An area of low pressure will develop gradually over the northern part of the South China Sea. According to the present forecast, it will move west in the general direction of Hainan Island, maintaining a distance from Hong Kong. There are still uncertainties in its development and movement, but heavy showers and squally thunderstorms associated with this area of low pressure will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. Members of the public should be on the alert. Hot weather might cause adverse health effects. The Observatory advises the public to stay on the alert. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory31 degrees ; King's Park32 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang32 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling33 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan33 degrees ; Tai Po31 degrees ; Sha Tin32 degrees ; Tuen Mun32 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O32 degrees ; Sai Kung32 degrees ; Cheung Chau31 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok32 degrees ; Tsing Yi32 degrees ; Shek Kong33 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon30 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley32 degrees ; Hong Kong Park32 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan30 degrees ; Kowloon City32 degrees ; Happy Valley32 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin33 degrees ; Stanley31 degrees ; Kwun Tong31 degrees ; Sham Shui Po32 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park32 degrees ; Yuen Long Park33 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk33 degrees . Between 10:45 and 11:45 a.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Islands District0 to 2 mm. 15.3 millimetres of rainfall were recorded at the Hong Kong Observatory between midnight last night and midday today. 429.1 mm of rainfall have been recorded at the Hong Kong Observatory in June this year. The accumulated rainfall since 1st January up to the end of June this year was 1109.4 mm compared with the normal of 1096.9 mm for the same period.
01/07/2019
At 6 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 27 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 95 per cent The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory27 degrees ; King's Park27 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang27 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling27 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan27 degrees ; Tai Po28 degrees ; Sha Tin28 degrees ; Tuen Mun28 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O26 degrees ; Sai Kung27 degrees ; Cheung Chau26 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok29 degrees ; Tsing Yi27 degrees ; Shek Kong27 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon26 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley27 degrees ; Hong Kong Park27 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan26 degrees ; Kowloon City27 degrees ; Happy Valley27 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin27 degrees ; Stanley27 degrees ; Kwun Tong27 degrees ; Sham Shui Po28 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park27 degrees ; Yuen Long Park27 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk27 degrees . Between 4:45 and 5:45 a.m., lightning was detected within New Territories East, Hong Kong and Kowloon. The rainfall recorded in various regions were: Sai Kung0 to 5 mm; Kwun Tong0 to 1 mm; Tai Po0 to 1 mm.

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