A tropical depression east of the Philippines intensified into a tropical storm named Mahon. The Meteorological and Geophysical Service (SMG) is estimated to enter the northern part of the South China Sea in the middle of the week today (Monday).

The track and intensity of the tropical cyclone remains unclear, and SMG said in a statement that it is closely monitoring the cyclone and urged the public to “pay attention to the latest weather information.”

The tropical storm entered the northeastern part of the South China Sea early Wednesday morning and is expected to make landfall on the coast of the neighboring province on Thursday, according to the National Weather Center.

The Hong Kong Observatory expects severe showers and thunderstorms to hit the region on Wednesday and Thursday as Mahon approaches the Guangdong coast.

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