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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    No T8
    Don't they use alphabetical? How did they get to M already? We just had A and B is brewing

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    Tell you what, just went over Tsing Ma and Stonecutters Bridge on a bus and it's crap. Can feel the bus swaying and can barely see the harbour cranes next door due to rain. Curious to know the wind speed over the bridges.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Don't they use alphabetical? How did they get to M already? We just had A and B is brewing
    That's Atlantic hurricanes.

    The Pacific tropical cyclones go through a sequence of names proposed by the Met Offices in various countries around the region (in sort of alphabetical order of the country names).

    The current list is here: https://www.weather.gov.hk/en/inform...name2022e.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLamHK:
    That's Atlantic hurricanes.

    The Pacific tropical cyclones go through a sequence of names proposed by the Met Offices in various countries around the region (in sort of alphabetical order of the country names).

    The current list is here: https://www.weather.gov.hk/en/inform...name2022e.html
    The Philippines is in the Pacific. They use their own.
    Just had the A as the first cyclone of the season .

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    Last edited by PLamHK; 01-06-2024 at 03:34 PM.

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    Interesting name for a music festival ..

    The organizers of Waterbomb Hong Kong, a well-known music festival featuring K-pop and Hip-Hop stars, apologized on Sunday after a typhoon disrupted the event, causing chaos at the venue and upsetting many festivalgoers.

    The music festival was held at the West Kowloon Cultural District for two consecutive days starting Saturday (Jun 1). Admission was delayed for up to two hours due to the T3 typhoon signal and heavy rain, which caused many people to be stuck outside the venue and miss some of the performances.
    https://www.thestandard.com.hk/break...tion/4/217009/
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