The Bureau of Meteorology and Geophysics (SMG) has warned that tropical cyclone signal No 1 could rise later today as Nalge moves toward China’s southern coast.

As of 9:20 am this morning, the tropical storm is 850 km from Macau and is forecast to move within 800 km in the afternoon.

However, its projected path and intensity remain uncertain, according to the agency. SMG, which closely monitors tropical cyclone development, said Macau will see showers and localized winds pick up early to mid next week.

Last night, mainland China issued a yellow alert (the third-highest alert), ordering boats to return to port and personnel returning to shore, CGTN reported. It has already affected Fujian province with strong winds and storms.

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