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The compass gradually moves towards the Hainan Island Observatory

2021-10-13T05:39:25.926Z

Tropical Cyclone Compasses reached 400 kilometers of Hong Kong this morning and intensified into a typhoon, ushering in squally showers. Among them, Tate's Cairn was the most windy, and Cheung Chau Beach had recorded the highest gusts of 119 kilometers per hour, which reached the level of a hurricane.



Tropical Cyclone Compasses reached 400 kilometers of Hong Kong this morning and intensified into a typhoon, ushering in squally showers. Among them, Tate's Cairn was the most windy, and Cheung Chau Beach had recorded the highest gusts of 119 kilometers per hour, which reached the level of a hurricane.


The Observatory predicts that tomorrow (14) will be cloudy with occasional showers during the Double Ninth Festival, and there will be sunshine for a short period of time during the day; a dry northeast monsoon will improve the weather early next week and bring autumn coolness. The city will be expected next Monday. The minimum temperature drops to 20 degrees, and the New Territories may drop by one or two degrees.


▼October 13th Typhoon Compass hits Hong Kong market conditions▼


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At 12 noon, Typhoon Compasses gathered about 440 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong. It is expected to move westward at a speed of about 25 kilometers per hour to Hainan Island. It is expected that it will weaken into a severe tropical storm after crossing Hainan Island the fastest tomorrow, and then move to Vietnam. North.

The Observatory predicts that the rainbands associated with the compass will continue to affect the coast of Guangdong. Gale winds are blowing in some areas of Hong Kong. However, as the compass moves away, the wind will gradually weaken in the afternoon.

Affected by the outer rainband of the compass, the Observatory predicts that there will still be showers along the coast of Guangdong today and tomorrow. It is expected that the Chung Yeung Holiday tomorrow will be generally cloudy with occasional showers and sunshine for a short period of time during the day. The urban temperature will range from 25 to 29 degrees.

The compass will move to Hainan Island today.

(Screenshot of the Observatory website)

The weather will improve early next week

A low pressure area will bring unstable weather to the central and northern parts of the South China Sea from the end of the week to the beginning of next week. The Observatory predicts that Friday will gradually turn into mostly cloudy with occasional showers and thunderstorms, and occasional strong winds offshore; until Saturday, there will still be There were a few showers, but there was sunshine for a short time during the day.

The Observatory predicts that a dry northeast monsoon will reach the south China coast during the weekend. The weather will improve and slightly cooler at the beginning of next week. It is expected that autumn will begin to be felt on Sunday. The minimum temperature in the city will drop to 22 degrees and the day will be dry. , The minimum relative humidity drops to 55%.

Next Monday, the temperature will drop further. It is expected that the urban area will be as low as 20 degrees, and some parts of the New Territories may drop to 18 degrees. Later on the same day, there will be one or two showers, which may make the coolness more obvious.

The Observatory expects that it will still be cloudy and rainy in the next few days. It is best for the public to keep rain gear when they go out!

(Screenshot of the Observatory website)

▼In the early morning of October 13th, Xinghua Village was flooded with seawater ▼


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▼In the early morning of October 13th, the water in Sanjia Village of Liyuemen was knee deep ▼


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Compass typhoon | The settlement of the 4 monitoring points during heavy rain exceeded the standard. The foundation works of Kai Tak New Acute Hospital stopped. Compass typhoon. Seven citizens were injured during the storm. The easterly wind will strengthen the wind and rain compass typhoon | Tai O residents scold the authorities for installing waterproof gates too late to make the flooding more severe than "mangosteen"

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Source: hk1

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