The weather in Hong Kong has been unstable in recent days, often sunny and sometimes rainy.
The Observatory predicts that due to the active southwesterly airflow, there will still be occasional heavy showers and thunderstorms along the South China coast tomorrow (August 1). It is expected that the showers along the coast of Guangdong will decrease slightly early next week, but a trough of low pressure will become an area again in the middle and late next week. Bringing unstable weather inside.
The Observatory also issued a very hot weather warning at 11:45 am today (31st). The temperature in Tai Mei Tuk and Yuen Long was higher than 34 degrees Celsius.
It was sunny and hot during part of the afternoon, but there were a few showers, and later there were thunderstorms in some areas.
The Observatory also predicts that there will be rain in Hong Kong for the next nine days. People should remember to bring rain gear when they go out.
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The Observatory stated that a southwesterly airstream is bringing showers to the northern part of the South China Sea.
It is expected that there will be sunshine and intense heat during part of the afternoon this afternoon; there will be a few showers, and there will be thunderstorms in some areas later, and the wind will ease to the fresh southwest wind.
As of 12:40 noon today, the Observatory had recorded a maximum of 31.6 degrees in the urban area, while the highest in Tai Mei Tuk and Yuen Long was over 34 degrees.
The Observatory's outlook tomorrow morning will be generally cloudy with occasional showers and a few thunderstorms. There will be heavy rain in some areas in the morning and sunshine for a short time in the afternoon. The temperature will be between 27 and 32 degrees.
There were still a few showers in the next one or two days, and until next Tuesday (August 3) it was mostly cloudy with a few showers and sunshine for a short period of time during the day; the next six days were cloudy with showers and thunderstorms for several days .
The highest temperature of "Liqiu" reaches 31 degrees
Next Saturday (August 7) is the "Beginning of Autumn" in the 24 solar terms. Since the residual heat of midsummer has not disappeared, it is still very hot, so it is also called "Autumn Tiger".
The Observatory is expected to be generally cloudy that day, with occasional showers and thunderstorms. The temperature ranged from 27 to 31 degrees, and there was no severe heat.
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The Observatory predicts heavy rain on weekends. Use a variety of information other than the weather forecast to avoid changes. Remember to bring rain gear. The Observatory expects heavy wind and thunderstorms for the next five days. The rain will be heavy and heat on Sundays. The area reaches 34 degrees Chapaka Typhoon.
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