Walkers struggle with the wind in Sai Kung, although parts of the city have not felt much of Nangka’s force. Photo: Dickson Lee Walkers struggle with the wind in Sai Kung, although parts of the city have not felt much of Nangka’s force. Photo: Dickson Lee
Walkers struggle with the wind in Sai Kung, although parts of the city have not felt much of Nangka’s force. Photo: Dickson Lee

Tropical Storm Nangka sets record as farthest cyclone to trigger a No 8 signal in Hong Kong

  • Weather conditions seemed mild in parts of Hong Kong for a No 8 signal, but experts point to ‘superimposition’ phenomenon
  • Nangka brings gale-force winds to the city despite only coming within 440km on Tuesday

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Walkers struggle with the wind in Sai Kung, although parts of the city have not felt much of Nangka’s force. Photo: Dickson Lee Walkers struggle with the wind in Sai Kung, although parts of the city have not felt much of Nangka’s force. Photo: Dickson Lee
Walkers struggle with the wind in Sai Kung, although parts of the city have not felt much of Nangka’s force. Photo: Dickson Lee
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