The Observatory predicts that Tropical Cyclone Guchao will continue to strengthen over the waters east of the Philippines in the next day or two, rising into a strong typhoon around Saturday (10) morning, and then turning northerly across the northwest Pacific Ocean.
The impact of "Gu Chao" on Hong Kong's weather is not expected for the time being, but the Observatory pointed out that the current low-pressure area near the Beibu Gulf will continue to bring heavy rain and thunderstorms in the next two or three days, while a low-pressure trough will form in northern South China and move south, bringing heavy rain to the Guangdong coast during the weekend, and then the two low-pressure systems will gradually become active and hover along the South China coast.
According to the latest nine-day weather forecast, Hong Kong will have thunderstorms from next Tuesday (13th) to next Thursday (15th), accompanied by strong winds on Tuesday and Wednesday. In addition, the giant yellow "Rubber Duck" will be on display off the coast of Victoria Harbour at Tamar Park in Admiralty on Saturday, and the observatory expects the day to be generally cloudy, with a few showers of rain and local thunderstorms, but briefly sunshine.
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According to the Observatory, the monsoon depression near the Gulf of Tonkin is bringing torrential rain and thunderstorms to western Guangdong, with temperatures rising to 31 degrees or above in common areas of Hong Kong around midday. The Observatory predicts that the weather will be hot today, with a brief period of sunshine, a few gusts of rain, and a local thunderstorm at the beginning, blowing a slight to gentle southeasterly wind.
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The giant yellow "rubber duck" came back to Hong Kong after ten years, but it seems that the sky is not beautiful. The Observatory said that the current low-pressure area near Beibu Gulf will continue to bring heavy rain and thunderstorms to western Guangdong in the next two or three days, while a low-pressure trough will form in northern South China and move south, bringing heavy rain to the coast of Guangdong during the weekend, so there will be several showers of rain from tomorrow to next Sunday, with hot weather during the day and sunshine for a short time.
The Observatory predicted that on the day of the "Rubber Duck" display, the temperature was between 27 and 32 degrees Celsius, generally cloudy, with several showers of rain and local thunderstorms, and a brief period of sunshine during the day.
The low-pressure area near the Beibu Gulf and the low-pressure trough in northern South China will gradually become active in the middle of next week
The Observatory said that as the low-pressure area near the Beibu Gulf and the low-pressure trough in northern South China gradually become active and hover along the coast of South China in the middle of next week, there will be heavy rainstorms and storms in the area in the middle of next week, with a high probability of significant rainfall on Tuesday (8th) and Wednesday (9th). Despite heavy rain and violent winds and thunderstorms, temperatures remained hot, ranging from 27 to 32 degrees Celsius.
In addition, at 10 a.m., Severe Tropical Storm Guchao gathered about 1130,10 kilometers east of Manila and was expected to move northwest or west-northwest at a speed of about <> kilometers per hour, crossing the waters east of the Philippines and gradually intensifying.
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Weather|Today's highest 31 degrees Monsoon low pressure impact Heavy rain and violent winds and thunderstorms after the seeding of continuous rain and thunderstorms Continued to be affected by monsoon low pressure Tropical cyclone Philippines passed east of this morning, once yellow rain warning This morning Observatory predicts heavy rain in a wide area in the next two hours|Today's maximum of 31 degrees There are violent winds and thunderstorms Monsoon low pressure may further affect the Hong Kong Observatory to issue special weather tips Monsoon low pressure impact Sudden rain and violent winds and thunderstorms in the next few days