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Compass Wind Ball | The latest forecast for the observatory within 400 kilometers: a force of 10 wind blowing offshore on Wednesday

2021-10-12T09:26:58.641Z

The report from the Observatory at 4:30 pm indicated that the Severe Tropical Storm Compasses will gather about 470 kilometers southeast of Hong Kong at 5 pm. The Observatory will issue the No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal at 5:20 pm or before. astronomical



The report from the Observatory at 4:30 pm indicated that the Severe Tropical Storm Compasses will gather about 470 kilometers southeast of Hong Kong at 5 pm. The Observatory will issue the No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal at 5:20 pm or before.

The Observatory predicts that the outer rainbands will bring showers and squally winds to Hong Kong tonight. The local winds will also strengthen further. Tomorrow will blow east to northeasterly winds of 7 to 8, and offshore and highlands will occasionally be 10 winds. It will not return to east wind until evening. Level 6.


The Observatory reminded that storm surges and heavy rain caused by compasses may flood low-lying areas. The public should take measures to prevent wind and water flooding, stay away from the shore and stop all water activities.


▼On October 12, the compass is approaching the crowds of Hong Kong citizens at get off work▼


The report from the Observatory at 4:30 pm indicated that Severe Tropical Storm Compasses will gather about 470 kilometers southeast of Hong Kong at 5 pm, and is expected to move westward at a speed of about 25 kilometers per hour across the northern part of the South China Sea and towards Hainan Island.

Under the combined influence of the compass and the northeast monsoon, strong winds generally blow along the coast of Guangdong, and gale winds blow occasionally off shore and highlands.

As the compass gradually approaches the coast of Guangdong, its outer rainbands will bring showers and squalls to Hong Kong tonight, and the local winds will further strengthen.

In the past hour, Tate’s Cairn, Waglan Island and Cheung Chau recorded the highest sustained wind speeds of 79, 64 and 53 kilometers per hour respectively, and the highest gusts were 95, 77 and 78 kilometers per hour respectively.

Wind force reaches 11 levels south of Hong Kong

It is expected that in the next 24 hours, winds from north to northeast from south of Hong Kong will blow from the north to northeast with winds of magnitude 9 to 10, occasionally 11 winds, and then wind to the east to reach 11 winds later.

There were frequent squally heavy showers and thunderstorms.

There are huge to very huge waves in the sea.

▼The wind blowing in Tsim Sha Tsui in the afternoon of October 12▼


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▼On the morning of October 12th, citizens went to the market to scan the goods▼


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Compasses typhoon | Some of the shelves in Mong Kok supermarket "cleared" the public puzzled: don't you play a few yen typhoon typhoon | Supermarket shelves are empty The voice urges the Observatory to call the Environment Bureau Huang Jinxing: Is this the most critical compass typhoon signal? The Observatory will consider changing the number 8 typhoon signal from 4 to 6 hours. Education Bureau: All schools in Hong Kong are closed An empty netizen: It seems that there are more wars than wind

Source: hk1

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