The northeast monsoon is affecting southern China.
At the same time, a cloud band covers the coast of Guangdong.
At 5 o'clock in the morning, the tropical depression located in the southern part of the South China Sea gathered about 340 kilometers east-northeast of Ho Chi Minh City and is expected to move west-northwest at a speed of about 15 kilometers per hour to southern Vietnam.
At the same time, Severe Tropical Storm Onyx gathered about 480 kilometers south-southwest of Iwo Jima and is expected to move north-northeast at a speed of about 10 kilometers per hour, roughly toward the seas south of Japan.
The Observatory predicts that Hong Kong will be generally cloudy today.
There will be one or two light rains in the morning, sunny part of the day, and the highest temperature is about 28 degrees.
The wind from east to northeast was moderated, and the offshore wind was refreshed occasionally.
Looking forward to the Observatory, there will be sunshine for part of the next one or two days, and there will be one or two rain showers tomorrow morning.
There are more clouds during the weekend.
The Transportation Department stated that due to emergency repairs, vehicles still could not turn left from Tianying Road (towards Hung Shui Kiu) into Ping Ha Road.
The express line on Pingxia Road (towards Lau Fau Shan) near Qiaochang Road has now been unblocked.
Motorists please consider using other roads.
The affected MTR bus route K76 has to be diverted.