Hong Kong Weather radar
The heaviest and most widespread rain from Monday into Tuesday fell across in the interior of eastern China over the provinces of Guizhou, Hunan, northern Hangxi and Zhejiang and eastern Sichuan. Rainfall totals of 50-100 mm (2-4 inches) were common with locally higher amounts.
While areas farther south such as Guangdong Province and Hong Kong were largely dry on Monday, showers and locally drenching thunderstorms moved into these areas on Tuesday and Tuesday night. Another break in the storminess is expected on Wednesday and Thursday before more soaking rain returns Friday afternoon into Saturday.
Former Super Typhoon Maysak will also enhance rain across Taiwan and the nearby southeastern China coast through Tuesday before racing eastward off the coast of Japan.
As moisture flows to the north and east, it will cross Japan and wet much of the country. Areas from Nagasaki to Osaka and Tokyo will experience spells of rain through Wednesday.
While rainfall across Japan will not be heavy enough to cause flooding, those with outdoor plans will have to contend with the wet conditions.
Following a brief break from rain on Thursday, another storm will bring a more widespread soaking rain to much of Shikoku, Kyushu and Honshu from Friday into Friday night.
The week began quite warm in Tokyo with temperatures reaching 23 C (73 F) on Monday. However, on Tuesday the high was only around 13 C (55 F). Even cooler air will arrive for midweek, which will make it feel more like winter than the middle of spring. Similarly, the rest of Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu will feel the cooling trend as well.
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