The weather here in Hong Kong can be challenging, to say the least, with humidity percentages reaching the 90s and typhoons are just the cherry on top. With typhoon season lasting from May to early November, with peak season in July and September. In other words, typhoons are pretty prevalent here, so it’s important to know what to do when one inevitably hits. Luckily for you, Little Steps has made this handy Hong Kong Typhoon Guide explains all the warning signs, a preparation checklist, and things to do with the little ones when riding a typhoon out!