Macau is looking forward to the mild weather of the Mid-Autumn Festival. According to the observatory, tomorrow will be sunny and hot, but the wind will be light and the clouds will thin in the evening.

We also predict that the moon will rise at around 6:46pm and the full moon will be at 12:43am. Sunday reaching the highest point on the horizon.

The Bureau of Meteorology and Geophysics (SMG) said yesterday that the chances of rain this year were “not high”, although previous climate data showed that almost half of the Mid-Autumn Festival in the past few years had been affected by rain. SMG pointed out that the maximum temperature will hover around 32 degrees Celsius, which is higher than average.

According to the Macau Post Daily, the observatory predicted very hot weather today, barring a cloudy period.

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