Hong Kong and Macao upgraded No. ten wind ball warning: stop all outdoor activities.

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 Hong Kong and Macao upgraded No. ten wind ball warning: stop all outdoor activities.


At 7:40 a.m. on September 16, the Hong Kong Observatory issued a signal to enhance the intensity of strong winds or storms on September 9, and the Macao Meteorological Bureau changed its warning signal to Typhoon 9 at 9 a.m. today.

Just two hours later, Hong Kong upgraded the warning signal and issued the highest warning signal to super typhoon mangosteen at 9:40. According to CCTV news, this is the highest tropical cyclone warning signal issued by Hong Kong after last years super typhoon Tianpigeon attacked Hong Kong.

Subsequently, the Macao Meteorological Bureau issued a warning signal at 11 oclock on the 16th, warning that strong typhoon mangosteen gathered about 160 kilometers southeast of Macao, moving northwest at a speed of 30 kilometers per hour, predicting that the wind force in Macao will increase, and it is expected that the No. 10 typhoon will last for some time.

According to No. ten wind ball safety precautions, all outdoor and marine activities will be stopped.

Meanwhile, the Hong Kong Observatory issued a Red Rainstorm warning signal at 10:55, indicating that heavy rains of more than 50 millimetres per hour have been recorded or are expected in a wide area of Hong Kong, and the rains are likely to continue.

The latest announcement from the Hong Kong Observatory at 11:45 shows that the mangosteen continues to move steadily to the western coast of Guangdong, posing a serious threat to Hong Kong. According to the current forecast, mangosteen will be the closest to the Pearl River Delta in the next few hours, about 100 km south of Hong Kong. It is expected that hurricane ten will continue for some time.

Mangosteen has a wide circulation and destructive winds are affecting Hong Kong. In the past hour, the highest sustained winds recorded at the Dalaoshan, Henglan and Cheung Chau beaches were 189, 168 and 143 kilometres per hour, and the highest gusts were 256, 190 and 190 kilometres per hour, respectively. The mangosteen heavy rain belt is also affecting Hong Kong, bringing frequent strong winds and heavy rain, and the sea is extremely heavy waves and surges. The wind is turning eastward, and the sheltered area may become windy. Citizens need to be very vigilant. Affected by the storm surge, the sea level of Victoria Harbour will rise to about 3.5 meters above the chart base level between noon and 4 p.m. today, while the sea level of Tai O will rise to about 3.8 meters above the chart base level between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. today. Heavy seas and heavy rain can cause serious flooding in low-lying areas. The Hongkong Observatory specifically appeals to the public to stay indoors and not to go out. The source of this article: surging news editor: Xu Meng _NN7485

Mangosteen has a wide circulation and destructive winds are affecting Hong Kong. In the past hour, the highest sustained winds recorded at the Dalaoshan, Henglan and Cheung Chau beaches were 189, 168 and 143 kilometres per hour, and the highest gusts were 256, 190 and 190 kilometres per hour, respectively.

The mangosteen heavy rain belt is also affecting Hong Kong, bringing frequent strong winds and heavy rain, and the sea is extremely heavy waves and surges. The wind is turning eastward, and the sheltered area may become windy. Citizens need to be very vigilant.

Affected by the storm surge, the sea level of Victoria Harbour will rise to about 3.5 meters above the chart base level between noon and 4 p.m. today, while the sea level of Tai O will rise to about 3.8 meters above the chart base level between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. today. Heavy seas and heavy rain can cause serious flooding in low-lying areas.

The Hongkong Observatory specifically appeals to the public to stay indoors and not to go out.