Minimum temperature recorded this morning was 14.3°C, lowest so far this autumn, 7°C recorded at Tai Mo Shan

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23rd November 2021 – (Hong Kong) The northeast monsoon is bringing cool weather to the coastal areas of southern China. Meanwhile, a broad band of clouds is covering the region. Locally, the minimum temperature recorded at the Observatory this morning was 14.3 degrees, the lowest so far this autumn.

The Observatory recorded a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius at 8 am and a relative humidity of 80%. The average UV index recorded by King’s Park in the past hour was 0.1, indicating a low intensity. The lowest temperature in Tai Po, Sheung Shui and Yuen Long this morning was only 13 degrees Celsius, Ngong Ping even reached 8.5 degrees Celsius, and Tai Mo Shan was as low as 7 degrees Celsius, making them the coldest places in Hong Kong. It is predicted that the weather today will be cool and cloudy, with one or two light rains in the morning, dry during the day, and the highest temperature is about 20 degrees Celsius.

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