A weather disturbance located east of Mindanao is being monitored by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).
Loriedin dela Cruz, the weather specialist of the PAGASA Central Office, said in a live social media broadcast Thursday that the weather disturbance is located 2,775 kilometers east of the area.
“Meron tayong binabantayan na isang sama ng panahon sa silangang bahagi ng ating Area of Responsibility, huling namataan ang sentro nito sa layong 2, 775 km silangan ‘yan ng Mindanao. Ibig sabihin wala ‘yan sa loob ng ating PAR, malayo ang distansya nito sa ating landmass,” she said.
Puerto Princesa will experience temperatures ranging from 23 degree Celsius up to 31 degree Celsius within the day.
The chilling temperature will be continuously felt in the evening and early morning, particularly from the eastern coast of Japan that brings the low temperature in the parts of the country, Dela Cruz said.
She added that there is no gale warning advisory released by the weather bureau and the sea current would be favorable for fishermen to sail.
“Dito sa Eastern section ng Visayas at Mindanao, katamtaman hanggang sa minsan ay maalon ang magiging kondisyon ng ating karagatan samantala dito sa silangang bahagi ng Luzon ay katamtaman lang ang pag-alon gayon din sa dulong bahagi ng Luzon area,” she added.
Sea currents will be light to moderate on the rest of the areas in Luzon.