Macau is being pummeled by Typhoon Vicente this evening, while up here in Shanghai we enjoyed hot, dry weather with incredible blue skies filled with cotton candy clouds. I miss living along the waterfront of the Pearl River Delta with a front row view of some of the wildest storms I've ever seen. I'm so glad we got to experience a signal 8 typhoon ourselves last year.
This storm looks a bit crazy. It appears to have made a quick right turn so it could head straight toward Macau! Stay dry my friends.
The photo in the image is our former view. I can check the observatory cam any time I want to spy on how my old city is doing at any time, night or day. Still working on finding a similar site (in English) which gives such detailed weather information for Shanghai.
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