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UPDATE: The following Ferry Services are cancelled on Monday October 16th, 2017.
From Shekou to Macau New Terminal
Cancelled: 8:15am, 8:45am and 9:45am.
Back to normal from 10:30 onwards
From Shekou to Macao Taipa:
Back to normal from 11 onwards
From Shekou to Zhuhai
Cancelled: 7:30am, 8am, 8:30am and 9am
The following are on on standby: 09:30、10:30、12:30、14:00、15:30、17:00、17:45、19:30、21:30
Ferry services to Hong Kong Central and Hong Kong International Airport are back to normal.
Shenzhen China Merchants Shekou International Cruise Terminal Co. Ltd. has announced that all ferry ...
UPDATE: October 16, 2017: The Shenzhen Meteorological Bureau and the Hong Kong Observatory have cancalled their Typhoon Warnings.
UPDATE: The HKO issued the No. 1 Standby Signal at 10:40 p.m. October 15 to replace the No. 3 Strong Wind Signal. Additionally, the SZMB's rainstorm warning is also no longer in effect.
UPDATE: At 10pm, the Hong Kong Observatory estimated Typhoon Khanun to be about 310 kilometres west-southwest of Hong Kong, with maximum sustained winds near its center of 140 km/h. It is forecast to move west at about 20 km/h across the northern part of the South China Sea towards the vicinity of Leizhou Peninsula.
UPDATE: At 9:10pm ...
UPDATE: The HKO cancelled all their warnings at 7:20pm.
UPDATE: At 3pm, the HKO estimated the tropical cyclone to be in the northern part of the South China Sea, about 480 km south-southwest of Hong Kong, with maximum sustained wind near its center of 55 km/h. The tropical cyclone will move towards the vicinity of Hainan Island today. The Standby Signal No.1 is still in force.
UPDATE: At 11:45am, the HKO announced that Outer rainbands associated with the tropical depression are expected to bring short periods of squalls to Hong Kong. Seas will be rough with swells. Members of the public are advised to stay away from the shoreline. The tropical depression is ski ...
We previously reported on two typhoons heading towards China this week and have been monitoring them closely. Forecasts from the Shenzhen Meteorological Bureau, the Hong Kong Observatory, The Japan Meteorological Agency and Weather Underground all show both typhoons moving further away.
In fact, weather forecasts for this weekend predict sunny days through the entire weekend. We'll update this post if anything changes.
UPDATE: As of September 14th, forecasts from the Shenzhen Meteorological Bureau, the Hong Kong Observatory, The Japan Meteorological Agency and Weather Underground all show both typhoons moving further away. In fact, weather forecasts for this weekend predict sunny days through the entire weekend. We'll update this post if anything changes.
Two back-to-back Typhoons will be hitting China this week. TALIM is expected to make landfall tomorrow, the next is expected Friday.
TYPHOON #1: Super Typhoon TALIMPotential Super Typhoon TALIM, with wind speeds as high as 131-155 mph (211-250 km/h), is expected to pass north of Taiwan Thursday and hit China near ...
UPDATE: At 6:25pm, the HKO extended its Thunderstorm warning to 8pm.
UPDATE: At 5:30pm, the HKO extended the Thunderstorm warning until 6:45pm.
The HKO issued their Thunderstorm Warning issued at 2:40 p.m. on 12 Sep 2017. It has now been extended until 5:45 p.m. today. Isolated thunderstorms are expected to occur over Hong Kong. Members of the public are advised to take the following precautions when thunderstorms occur:
1. Stay indoors. Seek shelter in buildings if you are engaging in outdoor activities.
2. Do not stand on high grounds. Keep away from highly conductive objects, trees or masts.
On Saturday September 2nd, two internet service providers in the Philippines recently warned their customers that damage to undersea cables caused by recent typhoons near Hong Kong may slow down internet connections. The two ISPs, PLDT Inc. and Converge ICT Solutions Inc., said that repairs could take anywhere from three to six weeks.
“Due to the recent strong typhoon in Hong Kong, multiple international undersea cable links to the city were cut, causing slowdowns of internet connections to web and social media sites hosted there. This has affected the services of internet service providers (ISPs) of various Southeast Asian countries, including the Philippines,” PLDT said in a s ...
After the flooding on Hai Chang Street (Video below), street covers were removed to help drain the water.
Here's a video of a car stuck in one at about 7:30pm.
Video Credits: Aaron Cannon, Owner of Chill's
The Hong Kong Observatory issued a Thunderstorm warning today at 3:10pm; just a day or two before the arrival of Tropical Storm Mawar. At 4:45pm they extended the warning until 7pm. At around 6:30pm Friday September 1st, we started receiving these videos of streets flooding in Shekou.
Wanghai Road in front of Coastal Rose Garden 2
Video Credits: Trev
HaiChang Jie in front of Chill's
Video Credits: Aaron Cannon, Owner of Chill's
All Signals have been cancelled.
This page will no longer be updated.
UPDATE: At 2:10pm, the HKO cancelled its No. 1 Standby Signal. With Mawar weakening into an area of low pressure and continuing moving away from Hong Kong, local winds have further moderated. However, winds on high ground will still be occasionally strong at first. As there are swells at first, members of the public should remain on the alert.
UPDATE: At 1pm, the SZMB cancelled the White Typhoon Warning.
UPDATE: 11:30am. The SZMB has cancelled its Rain Storm Warnings.
UPDATE: At 10:20am, the HKO replaced the No. 3 Strong Wind Signal with the No. 1 Standby Signal.
UPDATE: At 5am September 1st, the HKO announced that Tropical Depression MAWAR was about 560 km southeast of Hong Kong with maximum sustained wind near its center of 55 km/h. Their forecasted trajectory at this time predicts MAWAR affecting Shenzhen sometime Sunday with wind speeds around 110km/h.
We will no longer update this page. Click here for up-to-date tracking and reporting of MAWAR.
At 6pm on August 31st, the Hong Kong Observatory announced that a tropical depression over the northeastern part of the South China Sea will linger around the sea areas to the west of Luzon and will be slow moving.
It is expected to keep a distance from Hong Kong tonight and early tomor ...