After the "Summer Solstice", Hong Kong has been hot for days.
The extremely hot weather warning is now in force and the Observatory recorded a temperature of 34 degrees at noon in Tai Mei Tuk, Sheung Shui and Shek Kong.
The Observatory predicts that Hong Kong will continue to be extremely hot in the next two days, with a high of 33 degrees in the urban area.
The Observatory expects a broad area of low pressure to bring showers from the northern South China Sea to the vicinity of the Luzon Strait in the middle and late next week, with one or two showers at the end of the month.
As for the handover holiday of Hong Kong on July 1, it is expected that there will be more showers and sunshine for a short time.
▼The situation of Tuen Mun Golden Beach on the first day of the reopening of the LCSD beach on May 5▼
The high-altitude anticyclone is bringing generally fine weather to the northern part of the South China Sea and Guangdong. Hong Kong continues to be sunny today. As of 11:30 a.m., the temperature in Tai Mei Tuk has risen to 34.7 degrees, while high temperatures of about 34 degrees have also been recorded in Sheung Shui and Shek Kong , plus only a slight to moderate southerly wind, the hot feeling is more obvious.
Affected by the high-altitude anticyclone, it will be generally sunny in southern China in the next few days, and the weather will continue to be extremely hot.
The Observatory predicts that the weather will continue to be sunny and hot on Friday and Saturday, with a high of 33 degrees in the urban area. Citizens planning outings should pay attention to sun protection and hydration.
The Observatory predicts that it will still be generally fine at the beginning of next week, but there will be showers in some areas. Later, under the influence of a broad low-pressure area, it will bring showers to the northern South China Sea to the vicinity of the Luzon Strait in the middle and late next week. It is expected to maintain for the last three days of this month. Partly sunny, with one or two showers, the maximum temperature in the urban area dropped slightly to 32 degrees.
Entering the first day of July, which is also the anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland, the Observatory expects a few showers and sunshine for a short period of time. It is best to bring an umbrella when you go out.
▼On April 29th, the Observatory issued the first hot weather warning this year, breaking the record for the earliest issue in history▼
The head of the Observatory said that the timing of the rainfall outbreak is random. The new radar encryption scanning is still being used, but there are still limitations. The observatory can be tested for the position of the observatory. The observatory relies on the balloon "8 to 8" to sound out the King's Park to become the first certified 100-year-old high-altitude observatory.