A broad trough of low pressure has brought showers to Hong Kong for several days. The Observatory predicts that the weather will gradually deteriorate. There will be thunderstorms in some areas from Wednesday to Friday (25th to 27th), but the temperature will not drop but rise, and the maximum temperature in the urban area will return to the top of 3 on the weekend.
The Observatory also predicted that due to the influence of the southwesterly air current, the weather in Hong Kong will gradually become hotter. Although one or two showers will continue next week, the urban area will reach 32 degrees for many days.
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It is expected that the showers will increase from the next day, and there will be thunderstorms in some areas for three consecutive days
A broad trough of low pressure is bringing showers to the northern part of the South China Sea and Guangdong. There is also a fresh to strong easterly airstream affecting the coastal areas. Hong Kong is not too hot today. Strong winds blow from the shore and high ground.
The Observatory predicts that there will still be sunshine for a short time tomorrow afternoon, and the sunshine will be temporarily suspended from Wednesday, and the showers will also increase.
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Continued hot weather next week, the city will see a high of 32 degrees
Affected by the southwesterly airstream, the weather along the south China coast will be hot from the weekend to the beginning of next week, with a few showers.
The Observatory predicts that the maximum temperature in the urban area will rise to 30 degrees on Friday, and the sun will usher in again during the weekend. The weather will be hot during the day and there will be showers. It is best to keep an umbrella when you go out.
The Observatory also predicts that the weather will continue to be hot from the beginning to the middle of next week, with some sunshine and one or two showers, and the urban area will be as high as 32 degrees.
Referring to the automatic zonal weather forecast, some areas in the New Territories have reached extremely hot levels. It is expected that the temperature may rise to 34 degrees next Sunday and in Sheung Shui, and Shek Kong and Ta Kwu Ling will also reach 33 degrees.
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