Saturday, September 21, 2013

Editor's Note: A great DLP Update awaits you below, but first, for those of you staying in Hong Kong, here is the latest news about giant hurricane Usagi which will make landfall on Hong Kong tonight. According to the latest forecast from Hong Kong Observatory are expected "Northwest winds force 7 to 8, becoming cyclonic force 12 later. Frequent heavy squally showers and thunderstorms. Rough to very rough seas, becoming phenomenal later." 
With winds up to force 12 (!) and "phenomenal" seas awaited later today, you probably understand why it might be better to stay at your home during the next 48 hours. Sunny weather is expected to be back at HK starting next thursday or friday.


Allan said...

The typhoon has landed and now all warning signals are down. HKDL will re-open at 12:30 today with limited offerings. As far as I know nothing serious happened.

Alain Littaye said...

Yes, i saw that HK Observatory put the signal 8 down to signal 3 at 9.20 am and then put it down one hour later, so HKDL will be open today. I'll check if there has been no damages others than trees eventually down and let you know.