Hong Kong Weather Forecast 2024-05-30 10:00:06


Hong Kong Weather Forecast 2024-05-30T17:45:00+08:00

General Situation

Forecast Description

Cloudy with a few squally showers. More showers and a few thunderstorms tomorrow. Showers will be heavy at times later. Temperatures will range between 26 and 29 degrees. Moderate to fresh east to southeasterly winds, occasionally strong offshore and on high ground later. The will be swells.
Squally showers and thunderstorms on Saturday. Showers will be heavy at times. Winds will be occasionally strong offshore and on high ground. There will still be showers in the following couple of days.

Weather Warning Information

Tropical Cyclone Warning Bulletin
Here is the latest Tropical Cyclone Warning Bulletin issued by the Hong Kong Observatory.
The Standby Signal, No. 1 was issued at 5:40 p.m.
This means that a tropical cyclone now centred within about 800 kilometres of Hong Kong may affect us.
The broad area of low pressure over the central to northern part of the South China Sea has intensified into a tropical depression.
At 6 p.m., the tropical depression was estimated to be about 640 kilometres south-southwest of Hong Kong (near 16.8 degrees north 112.2 degrees east) and is forecast to be slow moving at first, then move north at about 10 kilometres per hour, edging towards the coast of western Guangdong to the vicinity of the Pearl River Estuary.
According to the present forecast, the tropical depression will remain at a distance of over 250 kilometres from Hong Kong tonight (30 May) and tomorrow (31 May) morning. The associated strong winds would not generally affect the territory yet. The Standby Signal, No. 1 will remain in force at least until 6 a.m. tomorrow morning. The tropical depression is expected to edge closer to the coast of western Guangdong and the vicinity of the Pearl River Estuary gradually during the day tomorrow and may intensify slightly. Depending on the change of its intensity and local wind conditions, the Observatory will assess the need for issuing the Strong Wind Signal, No. 3 during the day tomorrow. Members of the public are advised to stay tuned to the latest weather bulletins.
There will be swells. Members of the public are advised to stay away from the shoreline and not to engage in water sports.
(Precautionary Announcements with No. 1 Signal)
1. Precautions should be taken. Drains should be cleared of obstructions, and windows and doors should be checked.
2. People in areas of exposed to high winds or in low-lying areas should take precautions against strong winds and flooding.
3. Those who have duties during a tropical cyclone should now remain on call.
4. People planning to visit Guangdong, Macau, outlying islands or remote parts of Hong Kong should note that changes in weather may affect your trips.
5. Fishing vessels and low power vessels in open sea should seek shelter as soon as possible and be secured properly with moorings.
6. Construction and property management practitioners should make sure that overhanging facilities and temporary structures outdoors are securely fastened, and should take precautionary measures.
7. Listen to radio, watch TV or browse the Hong Kong Observatory’s website and mobile app for the latest information on the tropical cyclone.