Hong Kong Observatory to issue typhoon warning Monday night as city braces for Kompasu – second major storm in 3 days

Hong Kong’s weather forecaster has said it will issue a typhoon warning by Monday night, as a second major storm in just three days approaches the city.Tropical Cyclone Kompasu, which follows closely on the heels of Friday’s Tropical Storm Lionrock, is forecast to move within 800km of Hong Kong overnight.The new storm is likely to come closest to the city – about 400km to the south – on Wednesday morning.Tropical storm turns London-Hong Kong flight into 36-hour ordealFormer Observatory…

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