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    Humidity: 82%
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    Mostly Cloudy
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    • Bulletin updated at 00:00 HKT 18/Jan/2017
      General Situation:
      The northeast monsoon will moderate slightly today and tomorrow. The weather over the coastal areas of Guangdong will be milder during the day. A dry replenishment of the monsoon is expected to reach southern China in the latter part of this week. It will be generally fine over the coastal areas during the weekend. However, it will be rather cool in the morning and temperature difference between day and night will be relatively large.

      Date/Month: 18/01 (Wednesday)
      Wind: East to northeast force 4, force 5 at first.
      Weather: Mainly cloudy with sunny intervals during the day.
      Temp range: 17 - 20 C
      R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 19/01 (Thursday)
      Wind: East force 3, becoming north force 4 at night.
      Weather: Sunny periods. Visibility relatively low in some areas.
      Temp range: 17 - 22 C
      R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 20/01 (Friday)
      Wind: North to northeast force 4 to 5.
      Weather: Cloudy. Dry with sunny periods during the day. Cool in the morning and at night.
      Temp range: 15 - 19 C
      R.H. range: 60 - 80 per Cent

      Date/Month: 21/01 (Saturday)
      Wind: Northeast force 4, occasionally force 5.
      Weather: Cloudy. Mainly fine and dry during the day. Rather cool in the morning.
      Temp range: 13 - 18 C
      R.H. range: 55 - 80 per Cent

      Date/Month: 22/01 (Sunday)
      Wind: North to northeast force 4, occasionally force 5.
      Weather: Fine and dry. Rather cool in the morning.
      Temp range: 13 - 18 C
      R.H. range: 50 - 75 per Cent

      Date/Month: 23/01 (Monday)
      Wind: Northeast force 4, becoming east force 5 later.
      Weather: Fine and dry. Rather cool in the morning.
      Temp range: 13 - 18 C
      R.H. range: 50 - 75 per Cent

      Date/Month: 24/01 (Tuesday)
      Wind: East force 5, occasionally force 6 offshore.
      Weather: Sunny periods. Cool in the morning.
      Temp range: 15 - 19 C
      R.H. range: 60 - 80 per Cent

      Date/Month: 25/01 (Wednesday)
      Wind: East to northeast force 4 to 5.
      Weather: Sunny periods.
      Temp range: 16 - 20 C
      R.H. range: 60 - 80 per Cent

      Date/Month: 26/01 (Thursday)
      Wind: East to northeast force 4, occasionally force 5.
      Weather: Fine.
      Temp range: 16 - 21 C
      R.H. range: 60 - 80 per Cent

      Sea surface temperature at 2 P.M. 17/01/2017 at North Point was 18 degrees C.
      Soil temperatures at 7 A.M. 17/01/2017 at Hong Kong Observatory :
      0.5 M below surface was 21.3 degrees C
      1.0 M below surface was 23.2 degrees C

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