Southwest monsoon or habagat will bring cloudy skies with scattered rains, thunderstorms, and lightning to majority of the MIMAROPA region.

Meno Mendoza, weather specialist of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), said Saturday that the southwest monsoon is affecting the western side of the Luzon area.

“Sa ngayon ay wala ng sama ng panahon na mino-monitor sa loob ng Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). Ang nakakaapekto pa rin sa kasalukuyan ay ang tinatawag natin na southwest monsoon o habagat at patuloy pa ring nakakaapekto ito sa kanlurang bahagi ng katimugang Luzon, gitnang Luzon at sa Kabisayaan,” Mendoza said.

Puerto Princesa City may experience a temperature of 25 to 32 degrees Celsius for the entire day.

The weather bureau said no advisory has been released for gale warning over the seaboards of the country and the sea condition is expected to be at slight to moderate level.

“Wala tayong nakataas na gale warning sa kasalukuyan kaya ligtas na makakapalaot ang ating mga mangingisda sa ano man baybaying dagat ng ating bansa,” he added.

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