Sunday, June 25, 2006
Hong Kong: Very Hot
According to Hong Kong Observatory, a ridge of high pressure is bringing generally fine weather to southern China and the northern part of the South China Sea.
It is hot, but they humidity is down and if you find a spot in the shade blessed with the breeze that is coming up from the southeast it is mighty pleasant.
An added blessing: the clean, pollution-free southeasterly winds have blown away all the smog that habitually persists these days throughout the region. For Once, Everything Looks Crystal Clear. As It Should Do.