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PAGASA SAYS NO MORE STORM EXPECTED UNTIL THE END OF THE YEAR

2 months ago | Nation | 0 comments

By Xai Reyes

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said the country is not expecting any storms until the end of the year.

“For the next 3 days hanggang sa katapusan ng taon ay wala tayong inaasahang bagyo but posibleng magkaroon ng bugso ng amihan that will initially affect the northern Luzon area beginning Wednesday,” PAGASA weather forecaster Chris Perez said.

Meantime, two low pressure areas (LPAs) will bring rains over parts of Luzon on Monday. The first one was spotted 90 kilometers east of Baler, Aurora, while the second was estimated 235 km northwest of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.

The LPA off Palawan is forecast to leave the Philippine area of responsibility later Monday, Perez said.

The tail end of the LPA is forecast to bring scattered to widespread rains and thunderstorms over Cagayan Valley and Aurora

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