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Lantau Weather

°F | °C
Humidity: 91%
25 mph
Scattered Thunderstorms
79 | 80
26 | 26
Mostly Sunny
78 | 80
25 | 26

Aviation WX

[Source: ADDS]
VHHH 212330Z 21007KT 150V240 9999 FEW012 SCT035 27/25 Q1008 NOSIG =
VHHH 212300Z 2200/2306 21010KT 8000 FEW015 SCT040 TX31/2208Z TX31/2306Z TN26/2222Z BECMG 2212/2214 VRB05KT TEMPO 2302/2306 21010KT =
SR / SS: 22:23 / 09:54 UTC ( 2016-10-21)

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  • Bulletin updated at 06:15 HKT 22/Oct/2016
    General Situation:
    Haima has weakened into an area of low pressure. The weather over the coast of Guangdong will improve gradually today and tomorrow. An anticyclone aloft over southern China will bring generally fine weather to the region midweek next week. A surge of the northeast monsoon will reach southern China over the weekend next week.

    Date/Month: 22/10 (Saturday)
    Wind: Southwest force 4 to 5, occasionally force 6 offshore at first.
    Weather: Cloudy with a few showers at first. Sunny intervals in the afternoon. There will be swells.
    Temp range: 26 - 30 C
    R.H. range: 75 - 95 per Cent

    Date/Month: 23/10 (Sunday)
    Wind: South to southwest force 2 to 3.
    Weather: Sunny periods and a few showers.
    Temp range: 25 - 29 C
    R.H. range: 70 - 95 per Cent

    Date/Month: 24/10 (Monday)
    Wind: East force 3 to 4.
    Weather: Sunny intervals. One or two rain patches in the morning and at night.
    Temp range: 24 - 29 C
    R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

    Date/Month: 25/10 (Tuesday)
    Wind: East force 3 to 4.
    Weather: Sunny intervals. A few rain patches in the morning and at night.
    Temp range: 24 - 28 C
    R.H. range: 75 - 95 per Cent

    Date/Month: 26/10 (Wednesday)
    Wind: East force 3 to 4.
    Weather: Sunny periods. One or two rain patches at first.
    Temp range: 24 - 29 C
    R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

    Date/Month: 27/10 (Thursday)
    Wind: East force 3.
    Weather: Mainly fine.
    Temp range: 24 - 29 C
    R.H. range: 60 - 85 per Cent

    Date/Month: 28/10 (Friday)
    Wind: Light winds force 2.
    Weather: Mainly fine.
    Temp range: 24 - 29 C
    R.H. range: 60 - 85 per Cent

    Date/Month: 29/10 (Saturday)
    Wind: Light winds force 2, becoming northeast force 4 to 5 later.
    Weather: Mainly fine. Becoming cloudy with a few rain patches.
    Temp range: 24 - 29 C
    R.H. range: 65 - 90 per Cent

    Date/Month: 30/10 (Sunday)
    Wind: Northeast force 4 to 5.
    Weather: Mainly cloudy.
    Temp range: 23 - 26 C
    R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

    Sea surface temperature at 2 P.M. 21/10/2016 at North Point was 26 degrees C.
    Soil temperatures at 7 A.M. 21/10/2016 at Hong Kong Observatory :
    0.5 M below surface was 27.3 degrees C
    1.0 M below surface was 28.1 degrees C

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