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Typhoon signal lowered to T1 as tropical cyclone Lionrock moves away from Macao

Red Rainstorm Warning Signal and Thunderstorm Warning Signal still in place; public told to avoid outdoor activities.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:45 am

After two days of continuous heavy rainfall and the city’s first typhoon 8 since the summer, Tropical Cyclone Lionrock has been lowered to a T1.

As of 2 pm, a thunderstorm warning signal and a red rainstorm warning signal, the second highest rainstorm warning of the three-level system (yellow, red and black) had been issued by the Macao Weather Bureau. Many low-lying areas in the Inner Harbour Area have already experienced flooding.

Typhoon “Lionrock” is currently located about 660 km west-southwest of Macao and continues to move away from the city.

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:45 am

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