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Chedeng makes landfall in Davao Occidental, becomes LPA

PAGASA warned that even if there are no more areas under Signal No. 1, the LPA will still trigger moderate to heavy rain in Surigao del Sur, Agusan del Sur, the Davao Region, and Soccsksargen, as well as portions of Northern Mindanao, the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, and the Zamboanga Peninsula.

waist-deep floods inundate residents in libon town, albay

LOOK: Heavy rain due to Usman floods Libon town

Waist-deep floods are seen in the town of Libon, Albay, where residents were forced to evacuate — (MANILA, Philippines) Heavy rain due to Tropical Depression Usman flooded areas of Albay.  According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) the low pressure area (LPA) which used to be Tropical Depression Usman and the …

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Typhoon Queenie’s extension to trigger rain in parts of PH

The trough or extension of Queenie (Kong-rey) will bring scattered rainshowers to Cagayan Valley, Bicol, Eastern Visayas, Aurora, and Quezon — (MANILA, Philippines) Typhoon Queenie (Kong-rey) slightly intensified again before dawn on Tuesday, October 2, with its trough or extension expected to bring rain to parts of the country. In a bulletin issued 4 am …

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Typhoon Maymay leaves PAR, but monsoon brings rain

Parts of Luzon and the Zamboanga Peninsula have light to heavy rain on Monday, September 3 — MANILA, Philippines – Typhoon Maymay (Jebi) left the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) before dawn on Monday, September 3, just hours after it entered. In a bulletin released past 5 am on Monday, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and …

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Heavy monsoon rain expected in Northern, Central Luzon

Rain from the southwest monsoon will mostly be in Ilocos, Cordillera, Batanes, the Babuyan Group of Islands, Zambales, and Bataan on Tuesday, August 14 — (MANILA, Philippines) A low pressure area (LPA) will continue to enhance the southwest monsoon or hanging habagat on Tuesday, August 14. The southwest monsoon is affecting Luzon. In a bulletin …

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Tropical Storm Leepi outside PAR, ‘unlikely’ to enter

But the southwest monsoon enhanced by Tropical Storm Karding (Yagi) will continue to bring rain on Sunday, August 12 — (MANILA, Philippines) A tropical storm with the international name Leepi was spotted outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), while the southwest monsoon or hanging habagat continues to affect Luzon and parts of the Visayas. …

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Monsoon dumps over half of August rainfall in just 1 day

Filipinos experience around 53% of the expected rainfall for the month just on Saturday, August 11 — (MANILA, Philippines) Thinking that it rained way too much on Saturday, August 11? It turns out that more than half of the expected volume of rain for the entire month of August fell just on Saturday, as the …

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Satellite image of tropical storm karding (yagi)

More rain expected August 11 as Karding enhances monsoon

Aside from Tropical Storm Karding (Yagi), the tropical depression outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility is also making the southwest monsoon stronger — (MANILA, Philippines) Tropical Storm Karding (Yagi) and a tropical depression outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) will continue to enhance the southwest monsoon or hanging habagat on Saturday, August 11. In …

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