Two low-pressure area (LPA) systems are being monitored by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA) with one expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Tuesday morning.

Weather specialist Aldczar Aurelio said that the weak southwest monsoon or habagat is now affecting the western side of northern and central Luzon.

“Papasok ng PAR ang LPA ng Miyerkules ng umaga at ang trough ay hindi umaabot sa ating kalupaan. Ang habagat naman ay patuloy pa rin na naaapektuhan ang kanlurang bahagi ng northern at central Luzon,” he said.

While the other LPA which is more distant from the country’s area of responsibility has no chance of entering the PAR.

The weather bureau said that there is no gale warning advisory released so even fishermen with small boats can sail on the seaboards of the country.

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