The Observatory's weather report indicates that there will be sunny periods of sunshine and warm days in the next day or two. However, with the strong northeast monsoon, which will be over the coastal areas of Guangdong early next week, the temperature in Hong Kong will drop sharply. The Observatory predicts that the temperature in Hong Kong's urban area will be between 14 degrees Celsius and 19 degrees Celsius next Tuesday, and the two New Territories regions will fall below double digits in the morning, with only 9 degrees Celsius.
According to the Observatory, there will be sunny days for a short time in the next day or two, and the day will be warm. It was windy in the middle of the week. Temperatures dropped significantly later on Saturday and were quite cool early and late next week, dropping to around 14 degrees in the city.
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The Observatory expects a cold front to arrive along the South China coast this weekend
According to the Observatory, the wind will be weak in Guangdong in the next day or two, and it will be warm during the day. Affected by the northeast monsoon, there were more clouds in southern China in the middle of the week. A cold front is expected to reach the South China coast over the weekend, and the region is significantly cooler.
The Observatory expects the temperature in Hong Kong to drop sharply early next week. (Screenshot 1 of the official website of the Observatory)
The Observatory expects temperatures to drop significantly later next Saturday
According to the Observatory's forecast, the strong northeast monsoon will bring fairly cool and dry weather to the coastal areas of Guangdong early next week. The Observatory predicts that the weather in Hong Kong on Saturday (16th) will be mainly cloudy with a few rain showers, and the temperature will drop significantly later, and the temperature is expected to be between 17 degrees and 25 degrees on that day. The temperature dropped sharply on Saturday and the Observatory predicted that the temperature would be between 14 degrees and 18 degrees, implying a maximum temperature difference of 11 degrees on the next day.
According to the latest forecast of the Observatory, the temperature is estimated to be between 19 degrees and 14 degrees next Tuesday (19 July), and the forecast by zone shows that at 7 a.m. on that day, the temperature in many districts in the New Territories will drop to 12 degrees or below, with the temperature expected to fall below double digits in Shek Kong and Ta Kwu Ling, reaching only 9 degrees.
The Observatory forecasts that the strong monsoon will hit next weekend, and Hong Kong will cool down sharply The New Territories Zone 11 is only 10 degrees, and the Observatory forecasts that the strong monsoon will drop by 11 degrees in one day next weekend, and the New Territories Zone <> will only drop <> degrees