Hong Kong Observatory says risk of typhoon warning slim as chance of double storm subsides

The Hong Kong Observatory said the chances of the city seeing a typhoon warning signal on Thursday were slim, a marked reversal from previous assessments that a brewing double storm system was expected to affect the entire region.Originally forecast to blow by some 500km south-southwest of the city, Tropical Cyclone Conson is now predicted to pass even farther away than previously thought, reducing its impact on Hong Kong.“Generally, when a typhoon of this size moves farther away, we know the…

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