A tropical storm that had been forming in the sea east of the Philippines intensified and turned into a tropical storm this week that is expected to affect Macau and surrounding areas.

According to Macau’s Department of Meteorology and Geophysics (SMG), which closely monitors the development of tropical cyclones, Typhoon Mahon is expected to enter the northern part of the South China Sea in mid-week, although its projected path and intensity are still unknown. is.

However, according to the Secretariat Path map of a tropical cycloneMaon is expected to approach Macau before making landfall on the Guangdong coast on Thursday.

SMG advised the public to keep an eye on the latest weather news throughout the week.

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