14th October 2021 – (Hong Kong) All typhoon signals were cancelled this morning by Hong Kong Observatory.
Tropical Cyclone Kompasu will move across Beibu Wan, entering the northern part of Vietnam and weaken gradually today and tomorrow. Under the effect of the outer rainbands of Kompasu, there will still be showers over the coast of Guangdong today. An area of low pressure is expected to bring unsettled weather to the central and northern parts of the South China Sea towards the weekend to early next week. A dry northeast monsoon will reach the coast of southern China during the weekend. The weather will improve and it will be slightly cooler over the region early next week.
At 10am, Kompasu was centred about 270 kilometres southeast of Hanoi. It is forecast to move west at about 18 kilometres per hour across Beibu Wan, into the northern part of Vietnam and weaken gradually. There will still be occasional showers tomorrow and will become cooler and dry over the weekend and early next week with temperatures in the morning falling progressively. The temperature will reach 20°C during the morning of 18th October 2021.