Hong Kong is now bracing for the arrival of Super Typhoon Mangkhut.
According to local weather authorities, there are still uncertainties in Mangkhut’s track, but the typhoon is expected to bring adverse weather to the city on Sunday, with frequent squalls and heavy rain.
The Government held an interdepartmental meeting yesterday, to discuss contingency measures. Another meeting is to be held on Friday to evaluate the latest situation.
The Observatory predicts that the storm will be closest to Hong Kong on Sunday evening, with winds of up to 205 kilometres per hour.
For the latest weather updates, visit the Hong Kong Observatory.
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