From June to August this year, Hong Kong was the hottest summer in history, and the Observatory said that mainly due to the relatively normal warmer sea surface temperature in the northern South China Sea and the relatively normal strong low-level southwest air flow along the coast of South China, Hong Kong was much hotter than normal, with an average temperature of 6.8 degrees, the highest on record. In addition, the number of hot nights in August was 8 days, which also broke a record, and the total rainfall was only 29% of normal.
As Tropical Cyclone Kanu moved towards the East China Sea on 7 and 8 August, Hong Kong recorded a temperature of 15.31 degrees in the afternoon. Subsequently, the lowest temperature of the whole month was recorded on 8 August, which was 3.4 degrees, but it was also the highest recorded minimum temperature in August.
The average temperature in August was 8.29 degrees Celsius, 7 degree higher than normal, making it the hottest summer on record
The Observatory pointed out today (4th) that the average temperature in August was 8.29 degrees and the average minimum temperature was 7.27 degrees, 8.1 degrees and 0.1 degrees higher than their respective normal values, both of which were the highest records in August on record. In addition, the average maximum temperature in August was 1.8 degrees, 8.32 degrees above normal and one of the second highest on record.
Together with the unusually hot months of June and July, and the more abnormally hot August, Hong Kong experienced one of the hottest summers on record. The average temperature from June to August this year was a record-breaking 6.7 degrees, while the average maximum temperature was 8.6 degrees and the average minimum temperature was 8.29 degrees, both the second highest on record during the same period.
15 days of hot nights broke records, little rain was only 31% of normal
August had 8 hot nights, one of the highest on record in August. August was also far less rainy than normal, with a total rainfall of only 15.8 mm, or about 140% of the normal value of 7.453 mm, the ninth lowest on record in August. The cumulative rainfall in the first eight months of the year was 2 8.1 mm, about 157 per cent lower than the normal value of 2 1.921 mm in the same period.
Tropical Cyclone Kanu moves toward the East China Sea, and the afternoon temperature rises to an August maximum of 8.35 degrees
Affected by a wide low-pressure trough, Hong Kong had several showers of rain and some days of sunshine on the first day of August. Some parts of Hong Kong were also affected by high temperature-triggered rainstorms and thunderstorms at noon on the same day. Heavy rainfall was recorded in some areas, with Tsing Yi, Tuen Mun and Yuen Long recording more than 8mm of rain. In the light wind, August 30 was generally sunny and extremely hot. Meanwhile, on August 8 and 2, Tropical Cyclone Kanu moved west-northwest toward the East China Sea and lingered in the area. Affected by the sinking air flow outside Kanu, the afternoon of 8 August was generally sunny and extremely hot, and the temperature at the observatory soared to the highest 3.4 degrees in August.
Highest record for lowest temperature: 8.11°C recorded on August 25
Affected by the southwesterly air flow and the subsequent formation of high-altitude anticyclones, in addition to a few showers of rain, the weather in Japan Harbor from 8 to 4 August was extremely hot and sunny at some times, and there were several thunderstorms on 9 and 8 August. Affected by a low-pressure trough, apart from brief periods of sunshine on August 5 and 9, the port of Japan from August 8 to 12 was generally cloudy, with two sudden winds and thunderstorms. During these five days, more than 14 mm of rain was recorded in general areas of Hong Kong, and more than 8 mm in parts of Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong Island and Lantau Island. In the event of rain, the temperature at the observatory dropped to an August low of 10.14 degrees on August 50, the highest absolute lowest temperature on record.
Affected by the low-pressure trough and southerly air flow along the coast of South China, there was heavy rain for 11 consecutive days
Affected by the high-altitude anticyclone, except for a few gusts of rain and local thunderstorms, the weather in Nippon Port from August 8 to 15 improved and sunshine increased. On 17 August, the weather in Hong Kong was extremely hot during the day. Affected by a low-pressure trough off the coast of southern China, the port of August 8 and 16 was generally cloudy, with heavy rain and strong winds and thunderstorms. More than 8mm of rain was recorded in various areas of the two ports of Japan, and more than 18mm in the northern New Territories. As the low-pressure trough weakened, the rain on 19 August decreased. Affected by a southerly current, the weather in Japan Harbor from August 40 to 100 was mixed with sunshine, heavy rain and local thunderstorms. On 8, 20 and 8 August, the weather in Hong Kong was extremely hot.
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In late August, Typhoon Sura affected seven tropical cyclones in the South China Sea and western North Pacific
Affected by a low-pressure trough off the coast of Guangdong and a weak northeast monsoon in southern China, August 8 was generally cloudy, with more rain and thunderstorms. Heavy rainfall was recorded in some areas, with more than 29 mm of rain recorded in the northern New Territories. Meanwhile, Tropical Cyclone Sura in the western North Pacific moved northwest across the Luzon Strait on August 90 and 8. On August 29, Sura continued to move to the eastern coast of Guangdong. The last two days of August were partly sunny, hot and dry during the day. As Sura approached the eastern coast of Guangdong, the wind gradually strengthened and there were several showers of rain in Hong Kong after 30 August.
Seven tropical cyclones affected the South China Sea and the western North Pacific Ocean in August.
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