Hong Kong Observatory forecasts 9 more days of cloudy and intermittent rain


27th March 2023 – (Hong Kong) After issuing the first yellow rainstorm warning this year on Saturday, hail was also observed on the same day. The Hong Kong Observatory predicts that the next 9 days will continue to be cloudy with intermittent rain, but temperatures will gradually warm up, reaching a high of 28 degrees Celsius on Sunday, 2nd April. On Wednesday, 5th April, which marks the Ching Ming Festival, there will be a few showers with temperatures ranging between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius.

Due to the northeast monsoon, there will be strong winds along the Guangdong coast tomorrow. As the monsoon weakens in the middle and latter parts of the week, temperatures will gradually rise over the southern coast of China. However, an upper-air disturbance will bring showers to the region. A humid southerly airstream will also affect the Guangdong coast from the weekend to early next week, causing mist in the morning and at night. Tonight and tomorrow morning will be cool, with minimum temperatures around 17 degrees Celsius in urban areas and a few degrees lower in the New Territories. During the day, the maximum temperature will be around 20 degrees Celsius. Moderate to fresh east to northeasterly winds are expected, with strong offshore winds. The weather will remain mainly cloudy with occasional showers in the coming days.

Source: Hong Kong Observatory