The pressure in the interior of Guangdong is rising, and it is expected that a replenishment of the northern monsoon will arrive in the coastal areas of South China this morning.
At 5 o'clock in the morning, the tropical depression in the Northwest Pacific gathered about 360 kilometers north-northeast of Yap Island. It is expected to move west-northwest at a speed of about 18 kilometers per hour across the sea east of the Philippines.
The Observatory predicts that the weather in Hong Kong will be fine today.
It is dry during the day, with a maximum temperature of about 24 degrees. At night, it becomes significantly cooler. The temperature in the urban area drops to a minimum of about 17 degrees. In the New Territories, it is two or three degrees lower.
Blowing moderately to fresh northerly winds, strong winds occasionally blow offshore and on high ground.
The Observatory expects that the weather will be fine and dry in the next one or two days, and the temperature will gradually drop.
The temperature in the urban area was about 13 degrees on Thursday morning, and it was a few degrees lower in the New Territories.
It was cool in the morning later this week, with a large temperature difference between day and night.
The Transport Department stated that due to a burst of water pipes, the express lane between Sheung Shing Street (towards Fat Kwong Street) and Fo Kwong Street has now been closed.
Motorists can only use slow lanes.