The Observatory issued a special weather warning at noon, indicating that a low-pressure area moved eastward from Hainan Island to the northwest of the South China Sea last night, and its intensity is still weak. The low pressure area is expected to remain a weaker system, with high winds concentrated in its south. The low-pressure area will continue to move eastward during the day today (June 6), crossing the northern part of the South China Sea more slowly, and will pass about 12 kilometers southeast of the Pearl River Estuary from tonight to tomorrow morning (June 6), similar to Hong Kong.
The Observatory expects heavy rainfall in the northern part of the South China Sea due to the influence of the low-pressure area and its associated low-pressure troughs, but these low-pressure systems are kept at a certain distance from the Guangdong coast, and the weather in the area will continue to be extremely hot and there will be several showers of rain this day and tomorrow. The Observatory issued a hot weather warning at 11 o'clock and reminded members of the public to prevent heat stroke and avoid prolonged outdoor activities. As at 11:30 a.m., Hong Kong recorded a high temperature of 32 degrees Celsius, and Sheung Shui and Lau Fau Shan recorded 34 degrees.
The intensity of the low pressure area remains weak, and the high winds are concentrated in the south
If the low pressure area strengthens, it can form a tropical cyclone. The Observatory issued a special weather warning at noon, indicating that a low-pressure area moved eastward from Hainan Island to the northwest of the South China Sea last night, and its intensity is still weak. The low pressure area is expected to remain a weaker system, with high winds concentrated in its south. The low-pressure area will continue to move eastward during the day today (12th), crossing the northern part of the South China Sea relatively slowly, and passing about 13 kilometers southeast of the Pearl River Estuary from tonight to tomorrow morning (<>th).
▼June 6 Deflated yellow duck returned to Victoria Harbor to blow air▼
The observatory issues a hot weather warning
The giant yellow rubber duck (Rubber Duck) visited Hong Kong again after ten years, but at 10:1 pm on the first day of the official exhibition last Saturday (50th), one of them collapsed with emergency deflating, and was revived in the waters of Victoria Harbour this afternoon (12th) after being transported back to Tsing Yi Dock for repair.
However, members of the public who want to watch ducks should pay attention to the weather conditions, with the Observatory issuing a hot weather warning at around 11 a.m., and as at 11:30 a.m., Hong Kong recorded a high temperature of 32 degrees Celsius, and Sheung Shui and Lau Fau Shan recorded 34 degrees. The Observatory said temperatures rose to around 33 degrees in parts of the New Territories around noon.
The Observatory refers to the extremely hot weather in the afternoon, sunny part of the time, a few gusts of rain and strong winds and thunderstorms later in the day and tonight, blowing and slowing east-to-southeast winds, and the offshore wind is moderately strong.
▼June 6 Citizens went to Tamar Park early in the morning to watch the yellow ducks▼
The Observatory expects that there will be heavy rain and storms in Hong Kong this day and tomorrow due to the influence of low-pressure areas and their associated low-pressure troughs, but the weather will remain extremely hot, with temperatures expected to range from 28 to 33 degrees. The Observatory also expects that the southwest monsoon will gradually become active in the middle of this week, and the weather along the coast of South China will be unstable, with occasional heavy rain and thunderstorms, and Thursday (14th) will be cloudy, with sudden rain and several gusts of wind and thunderstorms, and the rain is sometimes quite heavy.
In addition, next Sunday (18th) is Father's Day. The Observatory expected the day to be broadly cloudy, with several showers of rain and local thunderstorms. However, the Observatory also refers to the short period of sunshine during the day, if members of the public want to go to Victoria Harbour with their father to watch ducks, they should pay attention to the weather conditions on the day and seize the time to check in!
Weather|Today's highest 32 degrees There is sudden rain, wind and thunderstorm The weather is unstable in the middle and late part of this week, the astronomical observatory expects that the low-pressure area of Hainan Island has a low chance of becoming a tropical cyclone The wind will not be able to land, and the rain will hit the wind on the ninth day? Observatory: Closely monitor whether the low-pressure area will become a tropical cyclone Wind and thunderstorm early next week? Astronomical observatory refers to the prediction that there is a low-pressure area from west to east across the coast of Guangdong Port or hanging wind ball, typhoon Guchao will upgrade the strong platform The astronomical observatory is expected to have thunderstorms from next Tuesday on the fifth day Father's Day there will be a sudden rain typhoon Gu Chao|The astronomical observatory is expected to rise to a strong platform The low-pressure tank meets the low-pressure area and thunderstorms will be held for several days from next Tuesday