Philippine weather forecaster said that the Tropical Storm Marce has slightly intensified as it continues to move southeastward slowly. Some parts of EDSA were flooded because of heavy rain on Wednesday morning, according to MMDA.
Today, Philippine weather forecaster said that typhoon Lawin is still grow bigger as it continue moving towards Cagayan-Batanes area in Northern Luzon. Typhoon “LAWIN” (international codename JELAWAT) was located at 465 km East of Tuguegarao City, based on satellite and surface data of PAGASA.
US Joint Warning center said that Typhoon Lawin is now classified as a Super Typhoon as of 9 a.m advisory. Lawin (Jelawat) is now moving closer to the Cagayan Valley Area as it continues gain strength, according to PAGASA.
The state weather bureau said, “Tropical storm ‘Karen’ is now a typhoon and continue moving northwest direction, but slightly slowed down at 13 kph.” PAGASA advised residents in eastern Philippines not to go out to sea.
Philippines might be suffering from El Niño phenomenon this past few weeks but according to Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) administrator, Nathaniel Servando, three or four tropical cyclones might hit our country just this September.
An incoming typhoon with a international name ‘Bolaven‘ is about to enter Philippines Area of Responsibility (PAR) this Thursday evening, and it is expected to enhance the effect of Southwest Monsoon (Hanging Habagat) according to the weather bulletin made by PAGASA (Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration).
After Bagyong Gener and Southwest Monsoon consecutively struck the Philippinesleaving Metro Manila flooded. Today, another storm is monitored by PAGASA hoping that it won’t give another pain to all of our Kababayan.