[04:35] The observatory canceled the yellow rainstorm warning signal.
[03:55] The Observatory has issued a yellow rainstorm warning signal, indicating that a wide area of Hong Kong has recorded or expected heavy rain with an hourly rainfall exceeding 30 mm, and the rain may continue.
[01:30] The Observatory has issued a red rainstorm warning signal.
It means that a wide area of Hong Kong has recorded or is expected to have heavy rain with an hourly rainfall exceeding 50 mm, and the rain may continue.
The continuous rainstorm has caused or will cause severe road flooding and traffic congestion.
The Observatory issued a special report on flooding in the northern New Territories at 1:30 am.
The northern part of the New Territories, especially the San Tin, Ngau Tam Mei and Sheung Shui areas, are being affected by heavy rain.
In the past hour, more than 70 mm of rainfall was recorded in this area.
The Observatory stated that citizens in the northern part of the New Territories who may be affected by heavy rain should take appropriate precautions to prevent possible damage from flooding.
Heavy rain may cause flash floods. People should stay away from rivers.
Villagers should also pay attention to flood control alarms near villages.
[00:35] The observatory issued a yellow rainstorm warning signal.
Tropical Storm Lu Bi will traverse the coastal areas of Fujian today and gradually weaken.
At the same time, the southwest monsoon in the northern part of the South China Sea will intensify. There will be strong winds, showers and squally thunderstorms in the Pearl River estuary area today and tomorrow, and sometimes heavy rains.
The public should be vigilant and pay attention to weather changes.