A low pressure Area was developed into a Tropical Depression on July 22, 2017, east of extreme northern Luzon, Philippines. It was strengthened into Tropical Storm Roke and was located about 191 miles east of Hong Kong. By July 23, Roke weakened back to a depression and move west-northwest toward the China coast. Roke made landfall at Sai Kung East Country Park on the Sai Kung Peninsula in Hong Kong. The South China Morning Post reported that there were some ferries and flights disrupted, but there were no damages. Final advisory on July 23.