The Mid-Autumn Festival represents the beginning of autumn. Today (22nd) is the 16th of the lunar calendar and we are chasing the moon. Although the sky is cloudy, the Observatory recorded a high temperature of 34 degrees Celsius in the urban area in the late afternoon, breaking the highest temperature of the first moon in 2008. The record has become the hottest chasing the moon, and after the Mid-Autumn Festival, it continues to "beautify".
According to the Observatory, the pressure in southeastern China is rising, and a fresh easterly air current is expected to reach the coast of Guangdong later in the day. It is expected that there will be sunshine and heat during part of the afternoon, and there will also be a few showers. Remember to bring cover!
▼9.21 Mid-Autumn Festival Victoria Park Celebration Mid-Autumn Festival ▼
The Observatory recorded a temperature of 34 degrees in the urban area this afternoon, making it the hottest new moon on record. It is expected that there will be sunshine and scorching heat, a few showers, and squally thunderstorms in some parts of the afternoon.
It was mainly cloudy tonight, with gentle easterly winds. Later offshore winds were refreshing.
When people chase the moon at night, remember to bring a cover to avoid "fallen chicken" during the moon watching period.
This year's New Moon broke the record for the hottest New Moon 13 years ago.
Looking at the data, the original hottest new moon record appeared on September 15, 2008, and 33.8 degrees was recorded on that day; and the last high temperature record was dated back to September 27, 1969, when the highest temperature on that day was 33.6. Spend.
In addition, the average daily temperature of the first lunar month in the past 30 years is 30.4 degrees. This year, the monthly temperature is obviously hotter than the previous August 16th of the lunar calendar.
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The Observatory said that the pressure in southeastern China is rising, and a fresh easterly air current is expected to reach the coast of Guangdong later today.
At the same time, the low pressure area in the southern part of the South China Sea is bringing unstable weather to the area.
The Observatory issued a thunderstorm warning at 1:18 pm, expecting squally thunderstorms in some areas in the western New Territories. At 1:35, a special weather warning was issued, indicating that strong gusts of up to 70 kilometers per hour or more were expected to continue to blow in the western New Territories.
The easterly airstream affecting the coast of Guangdong is expected to affect the surrounding area in the next few days. There will be more cloud cover in the area and there will be a few showers. It is expected that the easterly airstream will gradually ease at the beginning of next week. The sky in southern China will be brighter. Until next Wednesday (29th) there will be a chance to have another sunny day, and you can "play games" with the sun again. In the next 9 days, the weather will continue to be hot. Except for next Wednesday (29th), there will be showers every day, with temperatures ranging from Celsius. 27 to 32 degrees.
(Screenshot of the Observatory)
Mid-Autumn Festival | The mid-autumn rainstorm has cooled down in many districts at noon. Tsuen Wan has plummeted by nearly 10 degrees on the moonlit night, and the moon is blooming. Can you enjoy the moon on the Mid-Autumn Festival night?
Some areas affected by the high-altitude anticyclone may have showers