The Observatory issued a yellow rainstorm warning signal at 8:35 a.m. The Observatory issued a special weather alert at 7:10 this morning, anticipating strong gusts of wind to continue to blow into Hong Kong, reminding you to seek shelter in a safe place as soon as possible. Another reminder will be issued at 8:10 a.m., and it is expected that a wide area of Hong Kong may be affected by heavy rain in the short term.
A thunderstorm belt is covering most of central Hong Kong at around 8 a.m. (Observatory photo)
【08:40】The Observatory expects strong gusts of wind to continue to hit Hong Kong. If you are outdoors, you should take shelter in a safe place as soon as possible.
【08:35】The Observatory issued a yellow rainstorm warning signal, indicating that heavy rainfall exceeding 30mm per hour has been recorded or expected in a wide area of Hong Kong, and the rain is likely to continue.
In the hour up to 7:45 a.m., there was significantly more rainfall on Lantau Island and New Territories East. (Observatory photo)
【08:10】The Observatory said that a wide area of Hong Kong may be affected by heavy rains in the short term, reminding the public to be vigilant.
【08:00】In anticipation of strong gusts of wind continuing to blow into Hong Kong, the Observatory reminds the public to seek shelter in a safe place as soon as possible if they are outdoors.
【07:10】The Observatory issued a special weather warning, anticipating strong gusts of wind to continue to blow into Hong Kong, reminding you to take shelter in a safe place as soon as possible. At around 7:05 a.m., Cheung Chau recorded strong gusts of about 70 kilometers per hour.
At 6:18 a.m. on June 5, the observatory's weather station automatic network camera caught a rainbow near Henglan Island (looking west).
A thunderstorm belt is affecting Cheung Chau at about 7 a.m. (Observatory photo)
The observatory said that the southwest air flow will bring several showers of rain to the coast of Guangdong in the next day or two; In addition, due to the influence of high-altitude anticyclones, the coast of southern China will have sunshine for part of the week in the early to mid-term, and the weather will be extremely hot during the day, and a low-pressure trough is expected to affect northern southern China in the middle and late part of the week.
The Observatory published its nine-day weather forecast at 0 a.m. today. (Observatory photo)
Today, on Father's Day, two yellow rubber ducks on display at Tamar Park will be on display on the last day of today, one of which will be paraded around Victoria Harbour at 1pm, and many members of the public are expected to go out to watch. The Observatory predicts that today will be generally cloudy, with heavy rain, a few gusts of wind and thunderstorms in the morning, and a decrease in the rain in the afternoon, with brief periods of sunshine and temperatures ranging from 26 to 31 degrees Celsius.
▼June 6 The last Saturday of the Yellow Duck Exhibition was crowded▼
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Father's Day weather|The observatory expects the sun to come out on Sunday The temperature rises on Monday and heats up to the red rain of the Dragon Boat Festival - Education Bureau: Schools continue to be in class until school is out of safety below to allow students to return home and heavy rain - the observatory once issued a red rainstorm warning Tower Gate "pouring water" type heavy rain observatory is expected to rain tomorrow morning, with several gusts of wind and thunderstorm Yellow duck parting day, the sudden rain gradually decreased, and the yellow rainstorm warning was in effect for more than 4 hours More than 30 mm of rain was recorded in a common area of Hong Kong