A low-pressure area (LPA) has entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).
Weather specialist Gener Quitlong said Wednesday the LPA was located at 760 kilometers east of Daet, Camarines Norte as of 02:00 in the afternoon.
“Ayon sa datos na nakalap ngayong araw, hindi ito nakikita na magiging bagyo ayon nga lang by Friday o Saturday, ito ay nakikita na magla-landfall sa central Luzon at posibleng malusaw pagkatapos mag-landfall,” he said in a live weather forecast.
He said that the LPA is still distant and has not yet occupied a large area.
Meanwhile, Onyok had downgraded into a severe tropical storm and left the PAR on Tuesday morning, according to the update of the local weather bureau.
As of 02:00 in the afternoon, it is now located at 1, 520 kilometers northernmost of Luzon.
In a text message forwarded by local PAGASA on Wednesday, based on Quezon, Palawan Radar, moderate to heavy rains with lightning and strong winds are observed affecting the town of Aborlan and nearby areas.
All are advised to take precautionary measures against the impacts associated with these hazards which include flash floods and landslides, as stated.
No gale warning released over the seaboard of the country that signifies safe marine transportation for sailors and fishermen.
Slight to moderate sea condition will be experienced for the rest of the country while precaution is needed over the seaboard of northern Luzon as it will be moderate to rough condition.