Harvest moon on the mid-autumn festival

Local | 1 Oct 2020 2:15 pm

The Hong Kong Observatory said that it will be mainly cloudy with a few light rain patches tonight, accompanied by moderate to fresh easterly winds.

Today's moonrise will be at 6:08p.m. and the moon will conjunct midheaven at 12:12a.m. tomorrow. The moon will locate at the south with the highest incline angle. 

Those who want to harvest the moon at its fullest will have to wait till 5:05a.m. on Friday morning.

The weather is predicted to be mainly fine on the day following the Mid-Autumn Festival and during the weekend.


 

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