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Lantau Weather

°F | °C
Partly Cloudy
Humidity: 48%
22 mph
Partly Cloudy
62 | 68
16 | 20
Mostly Sunny
65 | 70
18 | 21

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VHHH 072200Z 06008KT 9999 FEW040 18/05 Q1017 NOSIG =
VHHH 071700Z 0718/0824 02010KT 7000 FEW040 TX23/0806Z TN18/0722Z TN18/0822Z TEMPO 0718/0805 08010KT BECMG 0803/0805 32010KT BECMG 0809/0811 04010KT TEMPO 0810/0824 VRB05KT =
SR / SS: 22:51 / 09:40 UTC ( 2016-12-07)

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  • Bulletin updated at 04:45 HKT 08/Dec/2016
    General Situation:
    A dry northeast monsoon will continue to bring generally fine weather to southern China in the next few days. Temperature difference between day and night over the region will be relatively large. Another surge of the northeast monsoon is expected to bring cooler weather to southern China midweek next week.

    Date/Month: 08/12 (Thursday)
    Wind: Northeast force 2 to 3.
    Weather: Fine and dry.
    Temp range: 18 - 23 C
    R.H. range: 50 - 75 per Cent

    Date/Month: 09/12 (Friday)
    Wind: Northeast force 3 to 4, force 5 later.
    Weather: Fine and dry.
    Temp range: 18 - 23 C
    R.H. range: 50 - 75 per Cent

    Date/Month: 10/12 (Saturday)
    Wind: East to northeast force 4 to 5.
    Weather: Mainly fine. Dry during the day.
    Temp range: 18 - 23 C
    R.H. range: 55 - 80 per Cent

    Date/Month: 11/12 (Sunday)
    Wind: North to northeast force 4, occasionally force 5.
    Weather: Mainly fine. Cool in the morning. Dry during the day.
    Temp range: 17 - 22 C
    R.H. range: 55 - 80 per Cent

    Date/Month: 12/12 (Monday)
    Wind: East to northeast force 4.
    Weather: Sunny intervals.
    Temp range: 18 - 22 C
    R.H. range: 65 - 85 per Cent

    Date/Month: 13/12 (Tuesday)
    Wind: Northeast force 4.
    Weather: Sunny intervals.
    Temp range: 18 - 22 C
    R.H. range: 65 - 85 per Cent

    Date/Month: 14/12 (Wednesday)
    Wind: North to northeast force 4 to 5.
    Weather: Sunny periods. Cool in the morning.
    Temp range: 17 - 21 C
    R.H. range: 60 - 80 per Cent

    Date/Month: 15/12 (Thursday)
    Wind: North to northeast force 5, occasionally force 6 offshore.
    Weather: Mainly fine. Cool in the morning and at night.
    Temp range: 15 - 20 C
    R.H. range: 60 - 80 per Cent

    Date/Month: 16/12 (Friday)
    Wind: North to northeast force 4 to 5.
    Weather: Mainly fine and dry. Cool in the morning and at night.
    Temp range: 15 - 20 C
    R.H. range: 55 - 75 per Cent

    Sea surface temperature at 2 P.M. 07/12/2016 at North Point was 24 degrees C.
    Soil temperatures at 7 A.M. 07/12/2016 at Hong Kong Observatory :
    0.5 M below surface was 23.8 degrees C
    1.0 M below surface was 25.1 degrees C

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