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T8 may be raised Tuesday morning, says HK Observatory

12 October 2020

By The SUN 

Dark clouds signal the approach of Typhoon Nangka

The Hong Kong Observatory raised the Strong Wind Signal Number 3 at 5:10pm today, Oct, 12, and warned that it could raise the signal further up to No 8 early tomorrow.

The Observatory said that as forecast, tropical storm Nangka will come to within 500 kilometres south of Hong Kong late tonight or early tomorrow, Tuesday.

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Earlier forecast indicated Nangka would not get very near the city, but because of the combined effect of the storm and the northeast monsoon, local winds are expected to strengthen gradually overnight, thus the possibility of a stronger typhoon signal being raised.

The hoisting of Signal No 3 indicates that winds with mean speeds of 41 to 62 kilometres per hour are expected.

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By 5pm, Nangka was estimated to be about 500 kilometers south-southeast of Hong Kong and is forecast to move west or west-northwest at about 22 kilometres,  in the direction of Hainan Island, and will intensify gradually.

Members of the public are advised to check the latest weather bulletin before leaving home tomorrow morning.
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