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    監製:Ha Kwai Cheong

    23/05/2024
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    The Hong Kong Observatory began upper-air meteorological observations in 1921. It has long used weather balloons for collecting high-quality upper-air climate data, boasting a long history of upper-air meteorological observations. In 2021, the Hong Kong Observatory's upper-air observing station received certification from the WMO as a Centennial Upper-Air Observing Station, making it the first upper-air observing station in the world.


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    EPISODES
    • Regional Collaboration on Aviation Hazardous Weather

      Regional Collaboration on Aviation Hazardous Weather

      Whenever tropical cyclones, thunderstorms, turbulence, or other severe weather conditions arise, they often jeopardize the safety of nearby flights. The Hong Kong Observatory develop the Regional SIGMET Coordination Platform to facilitate communication among forecasters in neighbouring flight information regions, improving consensus and efficiency to ensure flight safety.

      13/06/2024
    • “MyFlightWx” Mobile App

      “MyFlightWx” Mobile App

      The Hong Kong Observatory develop the “MyFlightWx” app, it is designed exclusively for pilots. “MyFlightWx”app” is the first mobile app developed by an official meteorological organization worldwide and adopted by civil aviation authorities.

      06/06/2024
    • Windshear and Turbulence Alerting Service

      Windshear and Turbulence Alerting Service

      Located on Lantau Island, Hong Kong International Airport is subject to windshear and turbulence due to nearby terrain under various weather conditions, affecting aviation safety. To address this issue, the Hong Kong Observatory has spent years developing monitoring instruments and warning systems, continually enhancing its forecasting capabilities for windshear and turbulence.

      30/05/2024
    • Centennial Observing Stations

      Centennial Observing Stations

      The Hong Kong Observatory began upper-air meteorological observations in 1921. It has long used weather balloons for collecting high-quality upper-air climate data, boasting a long history of upper-air meteorological observations. In 2021, the Hong Kong Observatory's upper-air observing station received certification from the WMO as a Centennial Upper-Air Observing Station, making it the first upper-air observing station in the world.

      23/05/2024