The temperature drops sharply | The urban area will drop to 13 degrees tomorrow, and the New Territories will be one or two degrees lower

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[Sing Tao Daily report]Hong Kong’s spring is warm and cold. Affected by the northeast monsoon, the weather along the coast of Guangdong has become significantly cooler. At noon today (1st), the temperature in various districts in Hong Kong was generally about 7 degrees lower than yesterday.

A strong monsoon signal is now in force. The Observatory predicts that the temperature in the urban area will drop to about 16 degrees tonight. Tomorrow, the temperature in the urban areas will further drop to a minimum of about 13 degrees, and it will be one or two degrees lower in the New Territories. There will be occasional rain and strong winds.

The Observatory said that under the influence of the northeast monsoon, the weather along the coast of Guangdong will be quite cool and windy during the weekend. In addition, a cloud band will bring rainy weather to the region tomorrow. Affected by the drier continental air flow, the weather in southern China improved on Sunday, and the weather was fine and dry for the next few days, and the temperature gradually recovered.

It is predicted to be quite cool tomorrow, with dense clouds and occasional rain, with a temperature of 13 to 16 degrees. The probability of significant rainfall is forecast to be “moderate to high”. Sunday morning was fairly cool, turning sunny and dry during the day, with temperatures ranging from 14 to 20 degrees.

Next Monday (4th) will be sunny and dry, with a temperature of 16 to 23 degrees. It was sunny and dry on Tuesday, with temperatures ranging from 18 to 25 degrees. Wednesday will be mostly sunny with dry daytime temperatures of 19 to 27 degrees. The weather will be mostly fine on Thursday, with hot and dry conditions during the day, with temperatures rising back to the 2-digit range, ranging from 20 to 28 degrees.

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