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The iPhone/iPad version of “MyObservatory” automatically displays the latest weather information from the weather station(s) closest to the user.

It also provides the following weather information:
  • Local weather forecast and 9-day weather forecast
  • Weather warnings
  • UV index report and forecast
  • Satellite and radar images
  • Forecast of major world cities
  • Astronomical and tide information
  • Weather for South China coastal waters
  • HKO storm track
  • Lightning locations
  • HKO YouTube video
  • Observatory’s Blog
  • Rainfall distribution maps
  • Radar images overlaid with lightning location information
  • Weather tips (Including Special Weather Tips)
  • Today’s weather warning
  • Radiation information
  • Predicted tides charts
  • Guide to HKO's Services (iPad Version only)
  • Weather Chart
  • Location-based Rain Forecast (Trial)






What’s New

What’s New in Version 4.0:

  • Location-based Rain Forecast (Trial version)
  • Optimize the program and fix program bug

How to Download

To download “MyObservatory”, please browse the website below:

http://itunes.apple.com/hk/app/myobservatory/id361319719?mt=8

You can also use an iPhone with QR Code Reader to scan the QR code below.

QR Code

Frequently Asked Questions

Question 1: Why I cannot turn on the “Notification” in the Settings to receive weather warning notification?
Answer 1: You must first turn on the notifications services in the telephone Settings, For details, please refer to “How to Enable?” section under Settings.

Question 2: How to customize the weather warnings notification that I received?
Answer 2: Select “Select Warnings” under Settings and you can then customize the weather warnings notification received.

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Question 3: How to add/remove “Weather Photo”, “Storm Track” or “HKO@YouTube” icons in the main screen?
Answer 3: You can add/remove the icons in the Options menu under Settings.

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Last revision date: <21 Dec 2012>