A weakening Tropical Depression Nuri made landfall on the coast of China west of Hong Kong on Saturday night. At 11:00 p.m. EDT on Saturday the center of Tropical Depression Nuri was located at latitude 22.2°N and longitude 111.5°E which put it about 170 miles (280 km) west of Hong Kong. Nuri was moving toward the northwest at 18 m.p.h. (29 km/h). The maximum sustained wind speed was 35 m.p.h. (55 km/h) and there were wind gusts to 45 m.p.h. (75 km/h). The minimum surface pressure was 1001 mb.
Former Tropical Storm Nuri weakened to a tropical depression as it approached the coast of China on Saturday night. An upper level ridge centered over China produced northeasterly winds which blew toward the top of former Tropical Storm Nuri. Those winds caused moderate vertical wind shear and they blew the tops off thunderstorms in the eastern half of Nuri. The wind shear blocked upper level divergence to the east of the tropical storm and the surface pressure increased. The wind speed decreased and Nuri was downgraded to a tropical depression as it neared the coast of China.
Tropical Depression Nuri moved around the southwestern part of a subtropical high pressure system over the Western North Pacific Ocean. The high steered Nuri toward the northwest. Tropical Depression Nuri made landfall on the coast of China west of Hong Kong. The center of Nuri crossed the coast between Dianbai and Yangjiang. The circulation around Tropical Depression Nuri will continue to weaken as it moves farther inland. Nuri will bring some heavy rain showers to parts of southeastern China before it dissipates.