The "Astronomical, Geographic and Meteorological Events of 2020" election has concluded. Thank you for your support. A total of 141 votes were received this year, and the top three events are listed below:
Rank #1: Tropical cyclone Higos impacted the Pearl River Estuary, leading to the issuance of the #9 and #10 Signal in Hong Kong and Macau, respectively (111 votes; 78.72%)
Rank #2: The minimum temperature of 8.1 degrees on 31/12 amid a cold surge was the lowest in the year (89 votes; 63.12%)
Rank #3: Tropical cyclone Nangka crossed the South China Sea, leading to the #8 Signal again in Hong Kong (86 votes; 60.99%)
3-day Weather Forecast
Data as of 16:30 HKT 19/Jan/2021
An easterly airstream will affect the south China coast in
the next couple of days. Meanwhile, a band of clouds will
bring rainy weather to southern China. Under the influence
of the northeast monsoon, the weather will be generally fine
over Guangdong during the weekend and early next week. It
will be cool in the morning and at night.
Mainly cloudy. One or two light rain patches in the
morning and at night.
Mainly cloudy with one or two rain patches.
Mainly cloudy. Sunny intervals during the day. One
or two rain patches in the morning and at night.
E force 4 to 5, occasionally force 6 offshore at
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