Monthly Archives: August 2015

Philippine Weather Forecast: LPA, ITCZ to bring rains

As we bid goodbye to the 8th month of the year, rains prevail in some parts of Luzon. At 4:00 ,AM today based on the latest PAGASA data, the low…

National Heroes’ Day: What can you do during the long weekend?

Employees and students live for long weekends—that unexpected treat when a holiday falls right before or after a weekend. And to make sure every minute of your break is well…

Philippine Weather Forecast: PH, bagyo-free in the next 3 days

Within the next two to three days, the country will have good weather condition. There are no cloud cluster or any weather disturbance outside Philippine boundary, PAGASA said. Today, only…

Top 3 Common Diseases during the Rainy Season

After the hot and humid weather, everyone anticipates the cool-down effect brought by rains. But despite the relief it brings, the wet season also poses numerous threats to health. Arm…

Rainy Day Wisdom: All about Flood

With an average of 19 to 20 tropical cyclones, floods are just some of common incidents that we have to deal with each year. In the latest report from the…

Philippine Weather Forecast: Cloudy skies and occasional rains today

Most parts of Luzon will experience rain showers due to sthe outhwest monsoon (habagat). Pangasinan, Zambales and Bataan will have monsoon rains usually characterized by moderate to heavy rain showers….

Cold Fact: Allergic Rhinitis is NOT a Cold!

Due to the rainy weather, common illnesses, such as cough and colds may occur. Although sneezing in the morning is usually a symptom of the common cold, the inflammation of…

Enhanced habagat to bring rains over Luzon

At 12 midnight, Typhoon Ineng left the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). However, it will still enhance the southwest monsoon, locally known as habagat. Habagat will bring monsoon rains in…

“Ineng” accelerates, exits PH boundary tonight

At 17 kph, Ineng accelerates, moving in the north-northeast direction. It was last located at 295 kms. northeast of Basco, Batanes, while maintaining its 140 kph maximum sustained winds and…

“Ineng” slightly weakens, changes direction

After being almost stationary, Typhoon “Ineng” is now expected to move at 9 kilometers per hour in a north-northeast direction. At 8:00 AM today, it was last spotted at 140…