Feng Shui consultant Mak Ling-ling had a different explanation for the storm. She told the Hong Kong Standard that hail in large areas generally means a warning of an upcoming bad economic or unstable political environment.
"Hong Kong has seen hail many times in history. But hailstorms in large areas, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong are rare,” she said. “It could be a case of people’s complaints not being heard”"
Yeah, climate change schmimate change. It’s Heaven’s way of saying things are going downnnnnn…