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Siam Ball. Live | Observatory: Typhoon Signal No. 8 remains closest to Hong Kong before 4 p.m.

2022-07-02T01:03:27.985Z

Severe Tropical Storm Siamba was approaching on July 1, the return day. The Observatory changed the No. 8 typhoon on the evening of July 1. It was the first time that the No. 8 typhoon was issued on July 1 in the 25 years since the return. Siamba will pass southwest of Hong Kong this morning (2nd)



Severe Tropical Storm Siamba was approaching on July 1, the return day. The Observatory changed the No. 8 typhoon on the evening of July 1. It was the first time that the No. 8 typhoon was issued on July 1 in the 25 years since the return.


Siamba will pass southwest of Hong Kong this morning (2nd), with a distance of about 300 kilometers. According to the latest forecast, Siamba will take an easterly path than before, and its gale area will continue to affect the Pearl River Estuary for a period of time. .

The rainbands associated with Siamba will continue to bring heavy showers and violent gusts to Hong Kong from time to time. Typhoon Signal No. 8 will remain until noon.


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In the early morning of July 2, the tropical cyclone approached about 300 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong.

(Photo from the Observatory)

July 2 wind report

[08:45] The Observatory said that Siamba is now closest to Hong Kong, passing by about 300 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong.

According to the current path, Siamba will land near Zhanjiang from afternoon to dusk.

Gale winds are still blowing in many parts of Hong Kong, with occasional storms blowing offshore and highlands.

The strong wind area of ​​Siamba will continue to affect the Pearl River Estuary area in the early afternoon.

Gale or Storm Signal No. 8 will be maintained until 4 pm.

The rainbands associated with Siamba will occasionally bring heavy showers and violent gusts to the Pearl River Estuary.

In the past hour, the highest sustained wind speeds recorded at Ngong Ping, Cheung Chau and Tap Mun were 98, 82 and 70 km/h respectively, and the highest gusts were 136, 98 and 82 km/h respectively.

[08:13] As the No. 8 Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal is in effect, the Hong Kong Palace Museum (Hong Kong Palace Museum) will not open at the original time of 10:00 am.

If Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 is lowered at or before 4 pm, the Hong Kong Palace Museum will open within 3 hours after the signal is lowered.

For those who have purchased tickets, please pay attention to the announcement of the Hong Kong Palace Museum.

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[08:13] The Hong Kong Wetland Park is temporarily closed. The park will reopen two hours after the warning signal is lowered.

If the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above is still in force at 2:00 pm, the park will not be open today.

People or groups who have prepaid tickets for today can contact the park ticket office to arrange a refund or change the visit date after the park resumes service.

[07:45] Siamba will be closest to Hong Kong in the next few hours, passing around 300 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong.

According to the latest forecast, Siamba will take a more easterly path than before, and its gale area will continue to affect the Pearl River Estuary for a period of time.

In addition, the rainbands associated with Siamba will continue to bring occasional heavy showers and violent gusts to Hong Kong.

Gale or Storm Signal No. 8 will be maintained until noon.

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[07:14] The HKEAA announced that due to bad weather, the GRE iBT test held this morning will be rescheduled, and the arrangement will be announced by the relevant testing agency within days.

[07:00] The Department of Health announced today that the collection points of nine designated chest, dermatology and social hygiene clinics under the department for delivery of COVID-19 virus test samples will be temporarily closed.

The methadone clinic will be open during normal service hours, and people receiving methadone treatment can go to the methadone clinic to take methadone.

[07:00] The Hospital Authority announced that all designated clinics, general outpatient clinics, specialist outpatient clinics, allied health and other day services for confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be suspended this morning.

For patients who have already made an appointment, please make another appointment after the cancellation of Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8.

In addition, the distribution and collection services of COVID-19 test sample collection kits at selected general outpatient clinics will also be suspended.

Accident and emergency departments of public hospitals are currently maintaining normal services.

[06:36] The Transport Department announced that the vehicle inspection center under the Transport Department will be temporarily suspended today. Those who have made an appointment for the vehicle inspection service, please make a new appointment for the vehicle inspection after the vehicle inspection center reopens.

The Transport Department Driving Test Centre will also suspend services.

[06:32] So far, the Home Affairs Administration has opened 25 temporary shelters in various districts, with a total of 81 people staying.

As of 6 am, the government's 1823 call center had received 21 reports of fallen trees.

The government has not received any reports of landslides or flooding.

The Hospital Authority said that as of 4:30 a.m., one person was injured during the storm and was treated in the emergency department of a public hospital.

[06:00] The Judiciary announced that due to the issuance of the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8, all court and tribunal hearings (including applications for lawyer's admission) will be adjourned today.

Those who are due to appear in court today and are affected by Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 must arrive at court at 9:30am on the next working day (July 4) unless otherwise notified.

[05:58] The Immigration Department announced that during the period when the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above is in force, the Immigration Department Headquarters and various sub-offices, Registration of Persons Office, Births, Deaths and Marriages Office and Smart Identity Card Replacement Centre service paused.

[05:35] The Social Welfare Department announced that due to Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above being in force, all welfare service units, all child care centres, centres providing after-school care services, elderly service centres and sheltered workshops under the SWD , Integrated Vocational Rehabilitation Service Centers, Comprehensive Vocational Training Centers, and Day Rehabilitation Service Units including Development Centers will not be open.

When the No. 8 Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal is cancelled, units that normally operate on Saturdays will resume normal services within two hours, weather and conditions permitting.

[05:20] The Education Bureau announced that due to the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 is now in effect, all day schools will be closed today.

[05:00] The government announced that all community vaccination centres under the COVID-19 vaccination programme will not be open and vaccination services will be suspended.

Vaccination centres will reopen three hours after the cancellation of Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 and resume vaccination services until the end of normal service hours

[03:45] The Observatory said that Siamba will pass by the southwest of Hong Kong this morning, at a distance of about 300 kilometers.

According to the latest forecast path, Siamba will adopt an easterly path than before, and its gale area will continue to affect the Pearl River Estuary for a period of time.

The rainbands associated with Siamba will continue to bring occasional heavy showers and violent gusts to Hong Kong.

Gale or Storm Signal No. 8 will be maintained until noon.

[02:40] The government announced that the Home Affairs Administration has opened a total of 25 temporary shelters in various districts, with a total of 81 people staying.

As of 2 am today, the government's 1823 call center has received 20 reports of fallen trees.

The government has not received any reports of landslides or flooding. The Hospital Authority said that as of 0:30 a.m. today, a member of the public was injured during the storm and was treated in the emergency department of a public hospital.

[01:00] The Macao Meteorological Bureau stated that Siamba is expected to further intensify into a typhoon and move to the northwest, generally heading towards the east and west coasts of Guangdong, and is expected to be closest to Macao in the morning.

Affected by the circulation and rainbands in Siamba, the weather in Macao is expected to be unstable today, with occasional heavy showers and thunderstorms, winds of magnitude 6-8 and gusty winds.

The bureau continued to point out that due to the astronomical spring tide today, under the influence of superimposed storm surges and continuous rainfall, it is predicted that there will be about 0.5 to 1.0 meters of flooding in the inner harbor area from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and a yellow storm surge has been issued. warn.

[00:45] According to the Observatory, according to the current forecast path, Siamba will be closest to Hong Kong this morning, passing around 300 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong. The rainbands associated with Siamba will bring heavy showers and Strong gusts.

Gale winds are now blowing in many parts of Hong Kong, and sometimes it reaches storm level in the highlands. The local wind will gradually change from easterly to southeasterly, and some areas will become windy.

The No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal will be maintained until 5:00 this morning. Members of the public should pay attention to the latest weather report before going out in the morning.

[00:30] The Observatory said that the wind speed recorded in various districts from 10:31 to 11:30 pm on July 1 showed that the highest sustained wind speed in Ngong Ping reached 107 km/h, which is a storm (10-11 winds) ), with a maximum wind gust of 138 km/h.

The winds reaching Gale (8-9) are as follows: Cheung Chau Beach at 74 km/h; Cheung Chau at 73 km/h; Tate's Cairn at 72 km/h; Tap Mun at 72 km/h; 68 km/h.

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July 1st wind report

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[23:14] Severe tropical storm Siamba is approaching Hong Kong, and the Observatory issued the first typhoon signal No. 8 this year at 7:10 pm today (1st).

The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mr Chan Kwok-kee, who was sworn in this morning, inspected the Emergency Monitoring and Support Centre at the Security Bureau in the evening, and listened to relevant departments' reports on the latest situation of Siamba and the overall deployment of the centre.

He praised the emergency monitoring and assistance center for its professional and efficient spirit, safeguarding citizens' lives and property, and ensuring the safe and orderly operation of the market, and expressed his heartfelt thanks.

The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mr Chan Kwok-kee, visited the Emergency Monitoring and Support Centre of the Security Bureau and listened to relevant departments' reports on the latest situation of Siamba and the overall deployment of the Centre.

(Chen Guoji Facebook)

Siamba Typhoon | Lei Yue Mun merchants close early, DSD staff inspect flooding black spots

[22:54] The Siamba typhoon strikes, and the No. 8 Southeast Gale or Storm Signal will be hoisted in Hong Kong from this evening (1st).

The reporter from "Hong Kong 01" inspected the flooded black spot Liyumen in the evening. Most of the shops have closed their gates. The wind was not strong at the scene. There were sandbags piled up on the shore, and iron bars were added.

Staff of the FEHD and Drainage Services Department patrolled the site respectively to check whether there was seawater inversion and flooding.

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Siamba typhoon | 38 people stay in temporary shelter center for shelter, elderly center is temporarily closed

[22:32] The Observatory announced the change of Typhoon Signal No. 8 at 7 o'clock tonight (1st), and the Home Affairs Department said that it will open a temporary shelter center for those who need temporary accommodation.

Authorities said that so far, 25 temporary shelters have been opened in various districts, with a total of 38 people staying.

The Social Welfare Department also announced that its welfare service units, centres providing after-school care services and elderly service centres, which normally operate on Sundays and public holidays, have been temporarily closed.

The DH also said that all DH clinics that normally operate on Sundays and public holidays will be closed.

Siam Bar Typhoon | Fans from Yuen Long went to Xinghua Village to watch the waves

[22:23] The waves by the Xinghua Village are getting bigger and bigger at night. When the waves hit the shore five times, the waves "burst" ashore. Some citizens wearing raincoats came to the shore, especially to feel the shore shooting. toward the body.

A group of civil security teams came especially to persuade the wave watchers to stay away from the sea, and used flashlights to shine at the breakwater stones to see if anyone was standing at the "front line" watching the waves.

Siam Ba typhoon | The Forbidden City opens on Saturday, the typhoon signal No. 8 is cancelled due to weather changes, and the museum will open within three hours

[22:05] The Hong Kong Palace Museum will be open to the public tomorrow (2nd) to announce. Due to the unstable weather today, the museum recommends ticket holders who have made an appointment to visit tomorrow to pay attention to the following arrangements:

Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 or above:

• If Warning Signal No. 8 is hoisted or is still hoisted two hours before the museum opening time (ie 10:00 am), the museum will not open at the original time.

If the warning signal is cancelled at a later time, the museum will open within three hours of the cancellation of the signal.

If the warning signal is cancelled less than four hours before the museum closes, the museum will not open.

• Taking July 2 as an example, the closing time of the museum on Saturday is 8:00 pm. If the warning signal No. 8 is not cancelled before 4:00 pm, the museum will not open.

• If Warning Signal No. 8 is hoisted after opening, the museum will be closed immediately.

Mr. Wang deliberately drove from Yuen Long to Heng Fa Village to follow the wind.

(Photo by Liao Yanxiong)

[21:30] The Macao Meteorological Bureau also issued Typhoon Signal No. 8.

[20:30] Typhoon No. 8 has been hoisted for more than an hour. The wind in Xinghua Village is obviously stronger than that near the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. According to the anemometer, the maximum wind speed is higher than 30 kilometers per hour; And big waves crashed ashore.

There are still many residents of Xinghua Village who take a walk by the seaside after dinner to watch the waves.

Some residents mentioned that they have lived in Xinghua Village for many years and have experienced many winds. The current waves are still "very weak".

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Siam Bar Typhoon Ball | Special trip to Tsim Sha Tsui from Tsuen Wan to watch the waves by the seaside: feel the power of nature

[20:30] On the evening of the 25th anniversary of the July 1 handover, Hong Kong ushered in the first Typhoon No. 8 brought by the severe tropical storm Siamba.

The Observatory officially hoisted Typhoon Signal No. 8 at 7:10 pm today (1st).

The wind in the area around the Star Ferry Pier in Tsim Sha Tsui increased significantly, and there were several "wind chasers" watching the waves at the waterfront of the Cultural Center.

Mr. Lin, a citizen, said that he started chasing the wind a few years ago, especially like watching the waves, and feeling the power of nature from it. He pointed out that he would attach great importance to safety, and said that he would only stay for a while, and he would drive home after the No. 8 typhoon took effect.

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[19:53] The severe tropical storm "Siamba" is approaching, and the Observatory issued the first typhoon signal No. 8 this year today (1st).

When the observatory was formed in Siamba, it was expected to only reach the level of a tropical storm, but in the end it "stunned" and is expected to intensify into a typhoon tomorrow (2nd).

The Observatory explained that there were two factors that caused the development of Siam to exceed expectations. It pointed out that the current high water temperature in the northern part of the South China Sea and the weakening of vertical wind shear were also favorable for Siam to strengthen.



Leung Wing-wu, the former assistant director of the Observatory, said that since the rainbands of Siamba were concentrated in the center and were far from Hong Kong this morning, the impact was not significant.

As for the strength of Siamba, which is not as expected, Leung also pointed out that due to the current temperature in the South China Sea, there are conditions for Siambar to strengthen.

▼On July 1st, the No. 3 strong wind signal came into effect, strong wind and heavy rain in various districts▼


[19:15] The Hong Kong Observatory said that according to the current forecast path, Siamba will be closest to Hong Kong from tonight to tomorrow morning (2nd), passing around 300 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong.

Gale winds are now blowing in many parts of Hong Kong, sometimes reaching storm level in the highlands.

The local wind will gradually change from east to southeast, and some areas will become windy.

The Observatory also expects that the No. 8 gale or storm signal will be maintained until 5 a.m. tomorrow.

[19:10] The Hong Kong Observatory issued the No. 8 Southeast Gale or Storm Signal.

[19:00] The government announced that as the Hong Kong Observatory is about to issue the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8, the mandatory testing announcement will not be issued today.

All mobile sampling stations and community testing centres will be closed while Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 is in effect.

[18:51] The Macao Meteorological Bureau stated that the No. 8 southeast typhoon will be issued at 9:30 tonight.

Typhoon Signal Siam Ba | The Observatory issues Typhoon Signal No. 8 and many takeaway platforms suspend services

[18:35] Severe tropical storm Siamba hit Hong Kong on July 1, and the Observatory is expected to issue the No. 8 Southeast Gale or Storm Signal at 7:10 pm.

In extreme weather, the takeaway platform is expected to be suspended, and citizens should stay at home and keep enough food.

Foodpanda announced that as Typhoon Signal No. 8 is now in effect, it will suspend takeaway delivery services until the strong wind signal No. 3 is lowered.

Another food delivery platform, Deliveroo, also announced on Facebook that it would suspend food delivery services under the typhoon signal No. 8.

[17:40] The Macao Meteorological Bureau stated that it will consider changing the typhoon signal No. 8 from 8:00 to 11:00 tonight.

[17:15] The yellow rainstorm warning is cancelled.

[17:10] The Observatory said that the No. 8 gale or storm signal is expected to be issued at or before 7:10 tonight.

[16:46] The Home Affairs Department stated that the "Stay Safe and Anti-epidemic" hotline 1833 019 will be suspended after the No. 8 Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal is issued. During this period, callers can choose to leave a message or call the Emergency Coordinator of the Home Affairs Department The Centre (2572 8427) has left a message so that the hotline can follow up as soon as possible after it resumes operations.

If the No. 8 signal is cancelled no later than 8:00 pm, the hotline will resume service as soon as possible on the same day; otherwise, the hotline will resume operation at 7:00 am the next morning or about two hours after the No. 8 signal is cancelled (whichever is later). ).

[16:45] The Observatory stated that at 5:00 pm, Siamba assembled about 370 kilometers south-southwest of Hong Kong, and was expected to move northwest at a speed of about 16 kilometers per hour, roughly moving towards the western coast of Guangdong.

In the past hour, the highest sustained wind speeds recorded at Waglan Island and Cheung Chau Beach were 70 and 54 km/h respectively, and the highest gusts were 81 and 68 km/h respectively.

According to the Observatory, according to the current forecast path, Siamba will be closest to Hong Kong from tonight to tomorrow morning, passing around 300 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong.

It is expected that Siamba will strengthen, and the associated gale area will be close to the Pearl River Estuary later today. The wind will further strengthen in the general area of ​​Hong Kong. The Observatory will consider changing the No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal from 6:00 to 9:00 tonight.

The Observatory also updated the nine-day weather forecast. It is expected that there will be squally showers and thunderstorms tomorrow (2nd), and the rain will be heavy at times. There will be very large to huge waves and swells in the sea. There are even 9 winds in the highlands.

[16:30] The Education Bureau stated that all schools will be closed today as the Hong Kong Observatory will consider issuing the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 from 6:00 to 9:00 tonight.

Schools should implement contingency measures to ensure the safety of students and arrange for students to return home only when it is safe to do so.

[16:21] The HKTB stated that due to the strong wind signal No. 3 still in effect, the special edition of "A Symphony of Lights on the Hong Kong" originally scheduled to be held at 8pm tonight will be suspended.

[15:15] The Observatory issued another amber rainstorm warning signal, indicating that heavy rain with an hourly rainfall exceeding 30 mm has been recorded or expected in a wide area of ​​Hong Kong, and the rain may continue.

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[13:07] At 1:17 p.m. today (1st), a 10-meter by 10-meter Dahua sign celebrating the anniversary of the return to China near the Maliu Shui overpass was blown down by the wind, and a section of the overpass collapsed, blocking traffic. , The fire department received a report and confirmed that no one was injured, and at the same time cleaned up the debris on the scene.

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[14:59] Today (1st) at 6:39 in the morning, a big tree outside the parking lot of Hsien Keng Village in Tai Wai fell down and hit the roof of a taxi. The fire department was called to the scene. , sawed off the trunk of the tree and moved it to the side of the road. No one was injured in the incident.

▼On July 1st, under the typhoon signal No. 3, bathers play in the waves at the second beach of Clear Water Bay▼


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[14:45] The Observatory said that in the past few hours, Siamba continued to move northwestward, and its associated rainbands occasionally brought heavy showers and violent gusts to the coast of Guangdong. Strong winds were generally blowing in Hong Kong, and the south was stronger.

According to the current forecast path, Siamba will be closest to Hong Kong from tonight to tomorrow morning, passing around 300 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong. Siamba is expected to intensify, and the associated gale area will be close to the Pearl River Estuary later today. The regional wind will further strengthen, and the Observatory will consider changing the No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal from 6:00 to 9:00 tonight.

In the past hour, the highest sustained wind speeds recorded at Waglan Island and Cheung Chau Beach were 70 and 62 km/h respectively, and the highest gusts were 81 and 75 km/h respectively.

At 3 p.m., Severe Tropical Storm Siamba gathered about 390 kilometers south-southwest of Hong Kong, and was expected to move northwestward at a speed of about 18 kilometers per hour, generally moving towards the western coast of Guangdong.

[14:30] In the next one or two hours, extensive areas of Hong Kong may be affected by heavy rain, and the public should be vigilant.

[13:45] Strong wind signal No. 3 is now in effect.

The Observatory said that Siamba continued to move northwestward in the past few hours, and its associated rainbands occasionally brought heavy showers and violent gusts to the coast of Guangdong.

According to the current forecast path, Siamba will maintain a distance of more than 300 kilometers from Hong Kong most of the time today, and the No. 3 strong wind signal is expected to remain before 5 pm.

Whether or not the No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal will be issued later will depend on the development of Siamba and changes in local winds.

In the past hour, the highest sustained wind speeds recorded at Waglan Island and Cheung Chau Beach were 76 and 70 km/h respectively, and the highest gusts were 95 and 95 km/h respectively.

▼On June 30, the tropical cyclone Siamba was approaching on the eve of the July 1st return▼


[12:00] The Observatory issued a special weather warning, saying that an outer heavy rain belt in Siamba is approaching Hong Kong from the east, and it is expected to bring strong winds and showers to Hong Kong in the next hour or two. The public is urged to be vigilant.

Macao Meteorological Bureau: Consider whether it is necessary to issue Typhoon No. 8 at the earliest in the evening

[11:53] The Macao Geophysics and Meteorological Bureau stated that Severe Tropical Storm Siamba moved to the northwest, generally heading towards the western part of Guangdong, and was closest to Macao from this evening to the morning of tomorrow (2nd).

As Siam Ba is gradually strengthening and may further develop into a typhoon, and Si Ba may take a more northerly path closer to Macau, the wind may reach the lower limit of Typhoon No. 8 at that time, depending on its development and wind changes. Consider whether a No. 8 typhoon signal needs to be issued in the evening to early morning.

According to the current forecast, Macau has a moderate to high probability of changing the signal of Typhoon Signal No. 8 from tonight to the early morning of the next day.

The Macao Geophysics and Meteorological Bureau stated that the local typhoon signal No. 8 is likely to be issued from this evening to the early morning of the next day, with a moderate to high probability.

(Photo from the website of the Macao Geophysics and Meteorological Bureau)

Hong Kong Observatory: Whether Typhoon Signal No. 8 will be reissued depends on the development of Siemba and changes in local winds

[11:45] The No. 3 strong wind signal is now in effect.

The Observatory said that at 12 noon, Severe Tropical Storm Siamba is expected to gather about 410 kilometers south of Hong Kong, and is expected to move northwest at a speed of about 18 kilometers per hour, generally moving towards the western coast of Guangdong.

In the past few hours, the Siemba-related rainbands occasionally brought heavy showers and violent gusts to the coast of Guangdong. Strong winds were generally blowing in Hong Kong, with stronger winds in the south.

According to the current forecast path, Siamba will maintain a distance of more than 300 kilometers from Hong Kong most of the time today, and the No. 3 strong wind signal is expected to remain before 5 pm.

Whether the No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal will be issued later will depend on the development of Siamba and changes in local winds.

In the past hour, the highest sustained wind speeds recorded at Waglan Island and Cheung Chau Beach were 73 and 60 km/h respectively, and the highest gusts were 84 and 80 km/h respectively.

[11:00] The No. 3 strong wind signal is now in effect.

The Observatory said that the average wind speed in Hong Kong is expected to be 41 to 62 kilometers per hour.

At 11:00 a.m., Severe Tropical Storm Siamba gathered about 430 kilometers south of Hong Kong and was expected to move northwestward at a speed of about 18 kilometers per hour, generally moving towards the western coast of Guangdong.

在過去一小時,昂坪、橫瀾島分別錄得的最高持續風速為每小時76及68公里,最高陣風分別為每小時100及77公里。

【10:00】在上午10時,強烈熱帶風暴暹芭集結在香港以南約440公里,預料向西北移動,時速約18公里,大致移向廣東西部沿岸一帶。在過去數小時,暹芭繼續向西北移動,其相關的雨帶間中為廣東沿岸帶來大驟雨及猛烈陣風,本港普遍吹強風,南部風勢較大,三號強風信號會在下午5時前維持。隨後會否改發八號烈風或暴風信號,則要視乎暹芭的發展及本港風力變化。

在過去一小時,昂坪、橫瀾島及長洲泳灘分別錄得的最高持續風速為每小時70、68及55公里,最高陣風分別為每小時95、75及68公里。

天文台表示,本港今日吹偏東強風,離岸及高地間中吹烈風,多雲及有狂風驟雨及雷暴,雨勢有時頗大。熱帶氣旋暹芭會在今明兩日大致移向廣東西部沿岸一帶,並逐漸增強,南海北部及華南沿岸吹強風,海有湧浪,其相關的外圍雨帶亦會為該區帶來狂風驟雨及雷暴。

澳門氣象局:改發八號風球機會中等

澳門地球物理暨氣象局今早表示,強烈熱帶風暴暹芭將向西北方向移動,大致趨向廣東西部至海南島一帶,料今日下午至晚間改發八號風球的可能性屬中等。由於預料受菲律賓以東的另一低壓區發展所影響,其強度及路徑未來仍存在較大變數,如暹芭採取較偏北路徑更接近澳門或於近岸加強,屆時不排除改發更高風球的機會。按澳門預測路徑,暹芭明日(2日)將升級成颱風。

由於未來數日正值天文大潮,澳門今日早上至中午內港一帶會出現輕微水浸,而在疊加風暴潮及持續降雨影響下,預測明日早上至中午內港一帶會出現約0.5米以下的水浸。

澳門地球物理暨氣象局預料,當地今日下午至晚間發出八號風球機率為中等。(澳門地球物理暨氣象局網頁圖片)

▼6月30日熱帶氣旋暹芭襲港 有市民仍到石澳滑浪▼

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▼2021年10月13日 颱風圓規襲港 不少市民外出或追風▼

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Siam Ball.

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