A penumbral lunar eclipse can be observed in Hong Kong between 2 and 5 am on June 6 (Saturday). The penumbral eclipse magnitude is around 0.57. For more on this eclipse, please refer to the HKO's press release and NASA's information page. The moon will only be dimmed but not disappear from view during a penumbral eclipse.
3-day Weather Forecast
Data as of 16:30 HKT 02/Jun/2020
Under the influence of an anticyclone aloft, the weather
will be hot and generally fine over southeastern China in
the next couple of days. Meanwhile, a southwesterly
airstream will bring unsettled weather to western Guangdong.
The southwesterly airstream is expected to strengthen
towards the weekend and bring showers to southern China.
Sunny periods. A few showers and isolated
thunderstorms in the morning.
Sunny periods. Very hot during the day. Isolated
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