Hong Kong Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu vowed to improve rainstorm alerts by giving residents more details ahead of extreme weather events.
Addressing the media ahead of the weekly Executive Council meeting on Tuesday, Lee said that the daily life of Hong Kong residents has generally returned to normal. Overall road traffic conditions were in line with expectations and public transport services were largely restored.
Lee also said public servants worked around the clock to respond to the aftermath of Friday's rainstorm, but more has to be done to inform people about such serious situations.
A "once-in-a-century" rainstorm has hit Hong Kong since Thursday night.