The Observatory issued an amber rainstorm warning signal at 0:05 in the evening.
In addition, the Observatory also issued a warning of heavy rain in some areas: The rain in Kwai Tsing District and Tsuen Wan District is particularly heavy, and heavy rain with an hourly rainfall exceeding 70 mm has been recorded or expected, which may cause serious flooding.
As of 11 pm yesterday, the fireworks gathered about 410 kilometers southeast of Shanghai. It is expected that they will move about 15 kilometers to the north-northwest, roughly toward the east coast of China.
At the same time, the tropical depression Chapaka gathered about 330 kilometers west of Sanya, and was expected to move slowly to the south at first, then turned to move eastward, and moved roughly toward Hainan Island.
The temperature in Ta Kwu Ling is expected to be as high as 37 degrees (regional weather forecast by the Observatory)
The weather has been unstable recently and it rains from time to time.
The observatory issued a yellow rain today (25th) Ling Yan at 0:05. The authorities said that under the influence of the downdraft outside the typhoon fireworks, the weather was extremely hot and the high temperature triggered showers and thunderstorms. Hong Kong was also affected. Late last night (24th) More than 10 millimeters of rainfall were recorded in many districts, and more than 50 millimeters of rainfall was recorded in the northern part of the New Territories.
The Observatory emphasized that heavy rain may continue and reach 30 millimeters per hour, reminding the public to take measures to prevent flooding.
According to the Observatory, due to the downdraft surrounding the typhoon fireworks, there were occasional showers and squally thunderstorms in Hong Kong yesterday (24th). Rainfall of more than 10 millimeters was recorded in many areas, and the rainfall in the northern New Territories and Hong Kong Island exceeded 50 millimeters. (25th) The yellow rainstorm warning signal was issued at 0:05 in the morning, which means that heavy rain with an hourly rainfall exceeding 30 mm has been recorded or expected in a wide area of Hong Kong, and the rain may continue.
The Observatory reminded that low-lying areas and poorly drained areas will be flooded and heavy rain may cause flash floods. The public is reminded to stay away from rivers and take appropriate precautions.
The Observatory expects that the area of Guangdong will remain extremely hot in the next two or three days due to the downdraft surrounding the fireworks, but showers and thunderstorms triggered by high temperatures will continue to affect the area.