15 March 2011

[BREAKING NEWS!] Will the radioactive materials from Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant reach Hong Kong? (14 March 2011 updated)

The following diagrams show the path of air mass reaching Hong Kong for the next three days (15 - 17 March 2011). The paths show that the air mass reaching Hong Kong mainly comes from the Luzon Strait on 15 March, and from mainland China as well as the vicinity of Hong Kong on 16 and 17 March.

Figure 1. Trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 15 March 2011



Figure 2. Trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 16 March 2011


Figure 3. Trajectory of air mass reaching Hong Kong at 8 a.m. 17 March 2011

http://www.hko.gov.hk/whatsnew/f2/wn20110314e.htm


The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind
The answer is blowin' in the wind


Good Job, HKO!

3 comments:

  1. Just a small question. What's the trajectory of air mass exiting eastern Japan on those days? Will their paths cross with those entering HK on later days?

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  2. It doesn't really matter. Have you eaten your salt today?

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  3. easy don't be so hasty, early or later this problem will affect the entire world, in the future the tide will drag dangerous wastes for all the sea floor, the fishes near to the cost will start to die, and finally all the life near of Japan come to end, so just sit and wait for this moment.

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