Thu. Nov 21st, 2019

PAGASA closely monitors 2 LPA systems

Two low-pressure areas (LPA) are currently being monitored by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) inside and outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR).

Two low-pressure areas (LPA) are currently being monitored by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) inside and outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR).

Weather specialist Meno Mendoza said Tuesday that one of the two LPAs might develop into a new tropical depression once it enters the PAR.

“Sa kasalukuyan ay merong binabantayan na dalawang LPA ang una dito ay nasa Laoag na may layong 115 kilometers at ang pangalawa ay nasa silangang bahagi ng bansa na nasa layong 1,930 kilometers east of southern Luzon,” he said.

Southwest monsoon or habagat currently prevails in the county and affecting the areas of Luzon.

Palawan might expect humid temperature with chances of rains due to localized thunderstorm.

“Posibleng pumasok sa Philippine Area of Responsibility ang LPA sa Miyerkules at posible itong lumakas at maging bagyo at makaapekto sa malaking bahagi ng Luzon,” he said.

The weather bureau said that small seacrafts are free to sail over the seaboards of the country due to the absence of any gale warning advisory.

The sea condition will be slight to moderate within the day.

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