All signals will be cancelled this evening as winds in Macao weaken further; city will suffer heavy rain until tomorrow.
Public buses and banks will resume operations at 11 am and 2 pm, respectively, while all government departments will resume operations in the afternoon.
Due to strong winds and gusts, all drivers are advised to pay attention to road safety, motorcyclists urged to use designated motorcycle lanes on Sai Van Bridge.
Local weather expected to become unstable starting this afternoon; possibility of hoisting Signal No 8 between tonight and tomorrow morning is high, while the issuing of Signal No 9 is low.
Typhoon Ma-on will enter within 800 kilometres of Macao this evening with a chance of storm surge in the city.
Typhoon Ma-on predicted to enter the northern part of South China Sea midweek but its path and intensity are still uncertain.
Weather bureau says winds in Macao will intensify with occasional heavy showers and thunderstorms starting tomorrow, flooding may occur in Inner Harbour.
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Forecasters point to high temperatures in Guangdong and around the world, likely to be more frequent under effects of global warming.
One person has been injured and 25 incidents such as fallen objects and collapsing scaffoldings were reported today.
Wet and windy weekend forecast, with possibility of flooding; No 8 signal may go up later today.
Typhoon Signal No 3 likely tomorrow, No 8 possible at the weekend; residents warned to beware of flooding.
After yesterday’s deluge, which saw 234 millimetres of rain lash parts of Macao, observatory warns residents to beware of floods and landslides as more of the same is on the way.
Record-breaking rainfall accompanied by frequent storm warnings; storm on 12 May lasted for longer than 16 hours.
Nurseries, elderly service facilities and day care centres will remain open while much of city rides out wet weather.
Orange Cold Weather alert issued, while strong monsoon signal remains in force. Public advised to take precautions in view of unseasonably chilly conditions.
Following a warm weekend, strong winter monsoon will bring rain and chills to Macao next week, experts warn.
City warned to brace for frequent rain and winds gusting up to Force 6 today and tomorrow.
Temperatures expected to drop as low as 17 degrees Celsius this weekend.
The Civil Protection Operations Centre recorded nine minor incidents during the hoisting of Signal No. 8.
Drivers and motorcyclists advised to take extra care; winds are expected to strengthen as Kompasu draws closer to Macao.
Winds expected to strengthen and signal likely to remain in force this morning; drivers and motorcyclists advised to take extra care.
Strong winds, thunderstorms and generally unsettled weather forecast over the next few days under the combined influence of typhoon and northeast monsoon.
Weather Bureau says Signal No. 8 unlikely, and risk of flooding is low.