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Compasses|A tropical cyclone warning will be issued when the Hong Kong Observatory enters an area of ​​800 kilometers tonight

2021-10-11T02:30:42.626Z

A shareholder north monsoon is affecting southern China. It is expected that under the combined influence of it and the tropical storm Compasses, winds will strengthen along the coast of Guangdong later today. At present, Hong Kong is affected by the northeast monsoon and the weather is good. On the other hand, according to the current



A shareholder north monsoon is affecting southern China.

It is expected that under the combined influence of it and the tropical storm Compasses, winds will strengthen along the coast of Guangdong later today.


At present, Hong Kong is affected by the northeast monsoon and the weather is good.

On the other hand, according to the current forecast path, the tropical cyclone compass will cross the Luzon Strait today (October 11) and enter within 800 kilometers of Hong Kong in the evening. At that time, the Observatory will issue a tropical cyclone warning signal.


(Observatory website)

At 5 o'clock in the morning, Tropical Storm Compasses gathered about 610 kilometers northeast of Manila and is expected to move west or west-northwest at a speed of about 22 kilometers per hour towards the Luzon Strait.

Under the combined influence of the compass and the northeast monsoon, winds along the south China coast will gradually increase in the next one or two days.

As the compass traverses the northern part of the South China Sea and approaches Hong Kong, the weather in Hong Kong will deteriorate later tomorrow and the wind will increase further.

Compasses is expected to be the closest to Hong Kong at the beginning of Wednesday, passing about 400 kilometers south of Hong Kong. Winds in some areas of Hong Kong may reach gale force, and there may be heavy rains and squally winds in wide areas.

The showers associated with compasses will continue to affect the coast of Guangdong later this week.

Members of the public are advised to pay close attention to the latest weather information and weather changes from the Observatory in the next few days.

Those planning outdoor activities and grave-sweeping also need to draw up backup and contingency plans according to the situation.

The Observatory predicts that the weather in Hong Kong will be generally fine today and dry during the day.

The highest temperature is about 31 degrees.

Blowing moderately to a fresh north to northeast wind, and the wind strengthens at night.

There are swells in the sea.

Looking forward to the Observatory, there will be strong winds with heavy rain and strong winds in the next one or two days.

(Observatory website)

The Transport Department stated that the slow line of Texaco Road (towards Ma Tau Pa Road) near Wing Tak Street has been closed due to a water main burst.

Motorists can only use the remaining traffic lanes.

Vehicles travelling along Texaco Road cannot turn left into Yong Tak Street.

Source: hk1

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