The "Astronomical, Geographic and Meteorological Events of 2017" election has concluded and the first three places are as follows:
1st: [Aug 23] Super Typhoon Hato battered the Pearl River Estuary with Signal 10 in Hong Kong and Macau (113 votes; 93.39%)
2nd: [Aug 27] Severe Tropical Storm Pakhar approached; winds at Cheung Chau neared the upper threshold for storm force winds (81 votes; 66.94%)
3rd: [Jul 23] Tropical Storm Roke made landfall at Sai Kung East but local winds were weak (70 votes; 57.85%)
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(2018/01/14 19:30 HKT)
A total lunar eclipse will occur in the night of January 31 (Wed), and is visible in Hong Kong. Please visit our page on the eclipse for more information. A preview animation of the eclipse is available here.
3-day Weather Forecast
Data as of 16:30 HKT 21/Jan/2018
The band of clouds now covering southeastern China will
dissipate gradually in the next couple of days. An intense
northeast monsoon will start to affect the south China coast
midweek this week, becoming cloudier over the region with
temperatures falling progressively. It will be cold early
Mainly cloudy with relatively low visibility. There
will be sunny periods.
Mainly fine. Visibility relatively low in some
areas at first.
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