Hong Kong Weather Forecast 2024-05-29 16:00:07


Hong Kong Weather Forecast 2024-05-29T23:15:00+08:00

General Situation

A strong easterly airstream affected the coast of Guangdong today. Locally, it was mainly cloudy. The weather was dry with sunny intervals during the day. The relative humidity over most parts of the territory stayed below 70 per cent in the afternoon. Besides, a broad trough of low pressure affected the central part of the South China Sea today. An easterly airstream will continue to affect the coast of Guangdong tomorrow. Meanwhile, the broad trough of low pressure will bring showers and thunderstorms to the central part of the South China Sea, and an area of low pressure may also form over the broad trough of low pressure. With the broad trough of low pressure edging closer to the coast of southern China gradually, there will be showers and squally thunderstorms over the region in the latter part of this week to early next week.
Besides, Typhoon Ewiniar weakened into a severe tropical storm tonight. At 11 p.m., Ewiniar was centred about 890 kilometres south-southwest of Osaka. It is forecast to move northeast at about 26 kilometres per hour across the seas south of Japan.

Forecast Description

Mainly cloudy with a few showers. Bright periods during the day. Temperatures will range between 25 and 30 degrees. Moderate to fresh easterly winds, strong offshore and on high ground at first.
The weather will be unsettled with showers and a few squally thunderstorms on Friday and Saturday.

Special Weather Tips

A broad trough of low pressure located over the central part of the South China Sea is bringing unsettled weather to the region. The trough is expected to edge closer to the coast of southern China gradually and bring showers and squally thunderstorms to the region on Friday (31 May) and Saturday (1 June). The Observatory is closely monitoring if there is any further development of low pressure area in the trough and its impact on local winds. Members of the public please take note of the latest weather forecast.

Weather Warning Information

The Strong Monsoon Signal is now in force. Strong winds with mean speed exceeding 40 kilometres per hour are expected from the east. Gusts will occasionally reach gale force.
1. If you are not well sheltered from the east, you are advised to take precautions against strong gusty winds. Flower pots and other objects likely to be blown away should be taken indoors.
2. Those planning for water sports activities and operations at sea should take special care against high winds and rough sea conditions. Conditions are particularly rough over the offshore waters.