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AutumnOctober to early DecemberThe temperature is around 20oC / 68oF, with clear sunny skies and low humidity
WinterMid-December to FebruaryThe temperature can start from under 10oC / 50oF to around 17oC / 62oF, warm clothing is required
SpringMarch to AprilThe temperature ranges between 21oC / 70oF and 25oC / 77oF. As this is spring, the humidity can reach 80%, but it's not hot yet
SummerMay to SeptemberThe temperature ranges between 26oC / 79oF and 31oC / 87oF. Also, tropical cyclone or typhoons usually affect Hong Kong and the region in summer, sometimes one or two severe typhoons can hit Hong Kong each year
 
The Hong Kong Observatory will issue Tropical Cyclone Warning Signals as the tropical cyclone poses a threat to Hong Kong. Radio and Television will provide regular and continuous updates when the Signals are issued
The Warning Signals are as follows,
T1the typhoon may later affect Hong Kong
T3winds are becoming stronger and should secure all loosen objects
T8stay indoor, lock all windows and stay away from them, the typhoon can now cause real damage
T9stay indoor, the winds are increasing in strength, lock all windows and stay away from them, the typhoon can now cause real damage
T10stay indoor, the typhoon is now directly hitting Hong Kong, lock all windows and stay away from them, the typhoon can now cause real damage
 
Hong Kong ObservatoryOfficial Hong Kong meterological institution
Weather Underground of Hong KongA platform between weather enthusiasts and experts
 
 

 
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