China had canceled nearly 200 flights due to Typhoon "Nida", which is approaching in Guangdong province in southern China.
"When the Typhoon reaches China, it will be weakened," said CNN meteorologist Allison Chinchar. "The weakening is good news. The slowdown is not good news because it will allow the waves and rain to rage for a long time."
According to the website of Hong Kong international airport, 181 the flight, scheduled to arrive in Hong Kong Monday and Tuesday have been cancelled.
All flights Cathay schedule, which had to pass through Hong Kong between the hours of 10 p.m. local time on Monday until 2 PM the next day would be suspended, said in a statement to the press.
The Hong Kong Observatory gave the Typhoon "Nida" 3 the threat level on Monday at noon, but the authorities decided to close all schools and kindergartens, and classes with special needs. It will raise the signal to 8 level late in the evening.
"The weather will deteriorate rapidly after sunset. There will be squalls, heavy rain and rough seas. Can be flooding in low-lying areas," said the Observatory. "Nida" arrive at high tide, which increases the threat of flooding.
The national meteorological center in China issued an orange warning for storms and heavy rains in the southern provinces. This is the second highest level of four-level system of weather warnings in the country. People were instructed to stock up on Essentials from 1 to 3 days.
"Nida", also called tropical storm "Karina", hit the Philippines on Saturday, bringing down to 287 mm (11 inches) precipitation over the Northern part of the country. Northern Luzon and the province of Zambales and Bataan still in a state of alert due to flash floods and landslides caused by rains in the Philippines.
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