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08/10/2021
At 9 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 25 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 95 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 0.2 Intensity of UV radiation : low Please be reminded that:The Tropical Cyclone Signal No. 3 has been issued.The Amber Rainstorm Warning Signal has been issued.The Landslip Warning was issued at 9:50 a.m. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory25 degrees ; King's Park25 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang25 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling24 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan24 degrees ; Tai Po25 degrees ; Sha Tin25 degrees ; Tuen Mun25 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O25 degrees ; Sai Kung25 degrees ; Cheung Chau25 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok25 degrees ; Tsing Yi25 degrees ; Shek Kong25 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon24 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley24 degrees ; Hong Kong Park25 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan25 degrees ; Kowloon City25 degrees ; Happy Valley26 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin25 degrees ; Stanley25 degrees ; Kwun Tong25 degrees ; Sham Shui Po25 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park25 degrees ; Yuen Long Park25 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk24 degrees . Between 7:45 and 8:45 a.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Sai Kung8 to 26 mm; Sha Tin8 to 22 mm; Yuen Long8 to 22 mm; Tai Po8 to 18 mm; North District7 to 22 mm; Islands District5 to 37 mm; Kwun Tong24 to 26 mm; Wong Tai Sin20 to 35 mm; Tuen Mun19 to 27 mm; Sham Shui Po19 to 26 mm; Kowloon City18 to 26 mm; Kwai Tsing17 to 24 mm; Wan Chai17 to 19 mm; Yau Tsim Mong13 to 18 mm; Central & Western District12 to 22 mm; Tsuen Wan12 to 21 mm; Eastern District11 to 16 mm; Southern District10 to 22 mm. Between midnight and 9 a.m. the minimum temperature was 24.7 degrees Celsius at the Hong Kong Observatory.Here is the information on Tropical Storm Lionrock: Location: 17.6 degrees north, 110.8 degrees east; Maximum sustained wind near its centre: 65 km/h.
08/10/2021
At 6 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 25 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 94 per cent Please be reminded that:The Tropical Cyclone Signal No. 3 has been issued.The Amber Rainstorm Warning Signal has been issued.The Thunderstorm Warning has been issued. It will remain effective until 9:00 a.m. today. Squally thunderstorms are expected to occur over Hong Kong. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory25 degrees ; King's Park25 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang25 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling25 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan24 degrees ; Tai Po25 degrees ; Sha Tin25 degrees ; Tuen Mun24 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O24 degrees ; Sai Kung25 degrees ; Cheung Chau24 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok25 degrees ; Tsing Yi25 degrees ; Shek Kong25 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon24 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley24 degrees ; Hong Kong Park25 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan25 degrees ; Kowloon City24 degrees ; Happy Valley25 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin25 degrees ; Stanley25 degrees ; Kwun Tong25 degrees ; Sham Shui Po25 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park25 degrees ; Yuen Long Park25 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk25 degrees . Between 4:45 and 5:45 a.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Central & Western District9 to 15 mm; Southern District8 to 16 mm; Wong Tai Sin8 to 14 mm; Sham Shui Po8 to 11 mm; Yau Tsim Mong8 to 10 mm; Kwai Tsing6 to 9 mm; Tuen Mun6 to 8 mm; Sai Kung6 to 15 mm; Tsuen Wan6 to 11 mm; Sha Tin5 to 9 mm; Yuen Long3 to 11 mm; Islands District2 to 15 mm; Kwun Tong13 to 16 mm; Wan Chai13 to 15 mm; Eastern District10 to 14 mm; Kowloon City10 to 13 mm; Tai Po1 to 10 mm; North District0 to 4 mm. Here is the information on Tropical Storm Lionrock: Location: 17.4 degrees north, 110.8 degrees east; Maximum sustained wind near its centre: 65 km/h.
08/10/2021
At 3 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 25 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 93 per cent Strong winds are expected from the east. The public should beware of the possible danger brought by rough seas. Please be reminded that:The Amber Rainstorm Warning Signal has been issued.The Thunderstorm Warning has been issued. It will remain effective until 5:00 a.m. today. Squally thunderstorms are expected to occur over Hong Kong.The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory25 degrees ; King's Park24 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang25 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling25 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan24 degrees ; Tai Po25 degrees ; Sha Tin25 degrees ; Tuen Mun25 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O25 degrees ; Sai Kung26 degrees ; Cheung Chau24 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok25 degrees ; Tsing Yi25 degrees ; Shek Kong25 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon23 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley24 degrees ; Hong Kong Park24 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan25 degrees ; Kowloon City25 degrees ; Happy Valley25 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin25 degrees ; Stanley25 degrees ; Kwun Tong25 degrees ; Sham Shui Po25 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park26 degrees ; Yuen Long Park25 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk25 degrees . Between 1:45 and 2:45 a.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Wong Tai Sin6 to 9 mm; Wan Chai5 to 7 mm; Kwun Tong4 to 7 mm; Southern District4 to 6 mm; Central & Western District3 to 8 mm; North District3 to 7 mm; Eastern District3 to 6 mm; Yau Tsim Mong3 to 6 mm; Kowloon City3 to 5 mm; Sham Shui Po3 to 4 mm; Sai Kung3 to 13 mm; Sha Tin3 to 11 mm; Kwai Tsing2 to 5 mm; Tsuen Wan2 to 12 mm; Yuen Long2 to 11 mm; Tai Po1 to 9 mm; Islands District0 to 6 mm; Tuen Mun0 to 4 mm. Here is the information on Tropical Depression at 3 a.m.: Location: 17.3 degrees north, 110.8 degrees east.
08/10/2021
At midnight at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 25 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 93 per cent According to the latest forecast, the tropical depression currently hovering at more than 600 kilometres south-southwest of Hong Kong will intensify gradually and will begin to take a more northerly track today (8 October), moving towards the vicinity of Hainan Island gradually. It will be closer to the coast of Guangdong as compared with the previous forecast. The Observatory will consider issuing the Strong Wind Signal, No. 3, to replace the Strong Monsoon Signal early this morning. The public should take note of the latest weather information issued by the Observatory before departing in the morning. Under the combined influence of the northeast monsoon and the tropical depression, it will be windy with heavy rain, squalls and rough seas with swells locally today (Friday) to early Sunday. Intense gusts reaching 70 kilometres per hour or above may affect Hong Kong. Members of public should seek safe shelter as soon as possible. Please be reminded that:The Amber Rainstorm Warning Signal has been issued.The Thunderstorm Warning has been issued. It will remain effective until 5:00 a.m. today. Squally thunderstorms are expected to occur over Hong Kong.The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory25 degrees ; King's Park24 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang25 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling25 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan25 degrees ; Tai Po25 degrees ; Sha Tin25 degrees ; Tuen Mun25 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O25 degrees ; Sai Kung26 degrees ; Cheung Chau24 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok25 degrees ; Tsing Yi25 degrees ; Shek Kong25 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon24 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley24 degrees ; Hong Kong Park25 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan24 degrees ; Kowloon City24 degrees ; Happy Valley25 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin25 degrees ; Stanley25 degrees ; Kwun Tong25 degrees ; Sham Shui Po25 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park25 degrees ; Yuen Long Park26 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk25 degrees . Between 10:45 and 11:45 p.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Sai Kung7 to 28 mm; Sha Tin6 to 10 mm; Kwai Tsing5 to 14 mm; Tsuen Wan3 to 9 mm; Islands District3 to 20 mm; Wan Chai27 to 32 mm; Central & Western District24 to 31 mm; Southern District22 to 33 mm; Yau Tsim Mong21 to 26 mm; Tai Po2 to 10 mm; Eastern District19 to 39 mm; Kwun Tong17 to 30 mm; Sham Shui Po13 to 20 mm; Kowloon City12 to 30 mm; Wong Tai Sin11 to 15 mm; North District0 to 4 mm; Yuen Long0 to 4 mm; Tuen Mun0 to 3 mm. Here is the information on Tropical Depression at 11:00 p.m. yesterday: Location: 17.4 degrees north, 111.4 degrees east.
07/10/2021
At 9 p.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 26 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 89 per cent According to the latest forecast, the tropical depression currently hovering at more than 600 kilometres south-southwest of Hong Kong will intensify gradually and will begin to take a more northerly track tomorrow (8 October), moving towards the vicinity of Hainan Island gradually. It will be closer to the coast of Guangdong as compared with the previous forecast. The Observatory will consider issuing the Strong Wind Signal, No. 3, to replace the Strong Monsoon Signal early tomorrow morning. The public should take note of the latest weather information issued by the Observatory before departing tomorrow morning. Under the combined influence of the northeast monsoon and the tropical depression, it will be windy with heavy rain, squalls and rough seas with swells locally tomorrow (Friday) to early Sunday. Intense gusts reaching 70 kilometres per hour or above may continue to affect Hong Kong. Members of public should seek safe shelter as soon as possible. Please be reminded that:The Thunderstorm Warning has been issued. It will remain effective until 10:30 p.m. today. Squally thunderstorms are expected to occur over Hong Kong.The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory26 degrees ; King's Park25 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang26 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling26 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan25 degrees ; Tai Po26 degrees ; Sha Tin27 degrees ; Tuen Mun27 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O25 degrees ; Sai Kung27 degrees ; Cheung Chau24 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok27 degrees ; Tsing Yi26 degrees ; Shek Kong26 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon25 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley26 degrees ; Hong Kong Park25 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan25 degrees ; Kowloon City25 degrees ; Happy Valley27 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin26 degrees ; Stanley26 degrees ; Kwun Tong25 degrees ; Sham Shui Po26 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park27 degrees ; Yuen Long Park27 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk26 degrees . Between 7:45 and 8:45 p.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Kwai Tsing1 to 3 mm; Kowloon City1 to 2 mm; Sham Shui Po1 to 2 mm; Kwun Tong1 mm; Southern District1 mm; Wong Tai Sin1 mm; Yau Tsim Mong1 mm; Islands District0 to 8 mm; Yuen Long0 to 3 mm; Sha Tin0 to 2 mm; Tsuen Wan0 to 2 mm; Wan Chai0 to 2 mm; North District0 to 10 mm; Tai Po0 to 10 mm; Central & Western District0 to 1 mm; Eastern District0 to 1 mm; Sai Kung0 to 1 mm; Tuen Mun0 to 1 mm. Here is the information on Tropical Depression at 8 p.m.: Location: 17.3 degrees north, 111.7 degrees east.
07/10/2021
At 6 p.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 28 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 75 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 0.1 Intensity of UV radiation : low According to the latest forecast, the tropical depression currently hovering at more than 600 kilometres south-southwest of Hong Kong will intensify gradually and will begin to take a more northerly track tomorrow (8 October), moving towards the vicinity of Hainan Island gradually. It will be closer to the coast of Guangdong as compared with the previous forecast. The Observatory will consider issuing the Strong Wind Signal, No. 3, to replace the Strong Monsoon Signal early tomorrow morning. The public should take note of the latest weather information issued by the Observatory before departing tomorrow morning. Under the combined influence of the northeast monsoon and the tropical depression, it will be windy with heavy rain, squalls and rough seas with swells locally tomorrow (Friday) to early Sunday. Please be reminded that:The Thunderstorm Warning has been issued. It will remain effective until 8:30 p.m. today.The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory28 degrees ; King's Park28 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang28 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling27 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan26 degrees ; Tai Po29 degrees ; Sha Tin29 degrees ; Tuen Mun28 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O28 degrees ; Sai Kung28 degrees ; Cheung Chau28 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok28 degrees ; Tsing Yi29 degrees ; Shek Kong27 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon27 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley28 degrees ; Hong Kong Park28 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan27 degrees ; Kowloon City28 degrees ; Happy Valley28 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin28 degrees ; Stanley28 degrees ; Kwun Tong28 degrees ; Sham Shui Po29 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park29 degrees ; Yuen Long Park27 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk27 degrees . Between 4:45 and 5:45 p.m., the rainfall recorded in various regions were: Yuen Long0 to 8 mm; Tuen Mun0 to 7 mm; Tai Po0 to 3 mm; Islands District0 to 2 mm; North District0 to 11 mm; Central & Western District0 to 1 mm; Kwai Tsing0 to 1 mm; Kwun Tong0 to 1 mm; Southern District0 to 1 mm; Wan Chai0 to 1 mm. Here is the information on Tropical Depression at 4 p.m.: Location: 17.2 degrees north, 112.0 degrees east.
07/10/2021
At 3 p.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 30 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 73 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 2 Intensity of UV radiation : low Strong winds are expected from the east. The public should beware of the possible danger brought by rough seas. Please be reminded that:The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory30 degrees ; King's Park29 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang30 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling31 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan31 degrees ; Tai Po30 degrees ; Sha Tin30 degrees ; Tuen Mun31 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O29 degrees ; Sai Kung30 degrees ; Cheung Chau29 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok31 degrees ; Tsing Yi31 degrees ; Shek Kong31 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon29 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley30 degrees ; Hong Kong Park30 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan29 degrees ; Kowloon City29 degrees ; Happy Valley30 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin30 degrees ; Stanley29 degrees ; Kwun Tong29 degrees ; Sham Shui Po31 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park30 degrees ; Yuen Long Park32 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk29 degrees .
07/10/2021
At noon at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 31 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 62 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 3 Intensity of UV radiation : moderate A strong to gale force northeast monsoon will persist over the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. The area of low pressure over the central part of the South China Sea intensifies gradually and it may develop into a tropical cyclone today and tomorrow. It may then move towards Hainan Island and Beibu Wan, maintaining a distance of over 500 kilometres from Hong Kong. Under the combined effect of the northeast monsoon and the low pressure system, it will be windy with heavy rain, squalls and rough seas with swells locally on Friday and over the weekend. If the low pressure system intensifies significantly or edges even closer to Hong Kong, the Observatory will then need to consider the issuance of the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signals. As the weather will be unsettled around this weekend, outdoor activities may be affected. Members of the public should take note of changes in weather and the latest weather information from the Observatory. Besides, the broad area of low pressure currently over the western North Pacific is expected to develop gradually and move towards the vicinity of Luzon early next week. It may then enter and move across the northern part of the South China Sea, edging closer to the coast of southern China. The Observatory will closely monitor its movement. Strong winds are expected from the east. The public should beware of the possible danger brought by rough seas. Please be reminded that:The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory31 degrees ; King's Park30 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang30 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling31 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan30 degrees ; Tai Po30 degrees ; Sha Tin31 degrees ; Tuen Mun31 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O29 degrees ; Sai Kung30 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok31 degrees ; Tsing Yi31 degrees ; Shek Kong30 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon29 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley29 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 Tuk30 degrees . A trace of rainfall was recorded at the Hong Kong Observatory between midnight last night and midday today.
07/10/2021
At 9 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 30 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 66 per cent During the past hour the mean UV Index recorded at King's Park : 1 Intensity of UV radiation : low Strong winds are expected from the east. The public should beware of the possible danger brought by rough seas. Please be reminded that:The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. 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 Shan29 degrees ; Tai Po29 degrees ; Sha Tin29 degrees ; Tuen Mun29 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O29 degrees ; Sai Kung29 degrees ; Cheung Chau29 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok30 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 Sin29 degrees ; Stanley29 degrees ; Kwun Tong29 degrees ; Sham Shui Po30 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park30 degrees ; Yuen Long Park30 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk28 degrees . Between midnight and 9 a.m. the minimum temperature was 28.7 degrees Celsius at the Hong Kong Observatory.
07/10/2021
At 6 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 29 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 72 per cent Strong winds are expected from the east. The public should beware of the possible danger brought by rough seas. Please be reminded that:The Strong Monsoon Signal has been issued. 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 O28 degrees ; Sai Kung29 degrees ; Cheung Chau28 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok30 degrees ; Tsing Yi29 degrees ; Shek Kong29 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon27 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley28 degrees ; Hong Kong Park29 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan28 degrees ; Kowloon City28 degrees ; Happy Valley29 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin29 degrees ; Stanley29 degrees ; Kwun Tong28 degrees ; Sham Shui Po29 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park29 degrees ; Yuen Long Park28 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk28 degrees .

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