Philippine Weather Forecast: November 12, 2017 | LPA dampens Visayas and Mindanao

After #SalomePH, a new weather disturbance is being monitored inside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) and was last spotted at 320 km east of General Santos City, South Cotabato. According to PAGASA Weather Forecaster Meno Mendoza, the possibility for the LPA to develop into a Tropical Cyclone remains slim. However, its trough or extended cloudiness is expected to bring rains in several parts of Visayas and Mindanao.

A rainy Sunday will be experienced in Mindanao, Central Visayas and the provinces of Negros Occidental and Southern Leyte, where scattered rain showers and thunderstorms prevail. Metro Manila and the rest of the country will have partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain showers or thunderstorms mostly in the afternoon or evening.

Meanwhile, the Northeast Monsoon or Hanging Amihan has weakened and is only affecting the extreme Northern Luzon. No gale warning was hoisted today but sea travelers including fisherfolk and other small seacraft are advised to take extra caution in the seaboards of Northern Luzon, Eastern Visayas and the eastern section of Central and Southern Luzon.

ASEAN Summit Weather

The Philippines is hosting the 30th ASEAN Summit, where several world leaders are expected to attend. According to PAGASA’s three-day weather forecast, the weather in Metro Manila will be generally fair, only with chances of isolated rain showers in the latter part of the day. Temperatures will be as warm as the Filipinos’ hospitality, ranging from 24-33 degrees Celsius.

Amor Larrosa

Amor Larrosa

Weather Reporter at Panahon TV

Amor is a Mass Communication graduate of the Far Eastern University. During her college years, she enjoyed performing onstage for FEU Theater Guild, her school's official theater organization. As a Panahon TV reporter, she wants to inspire others by sharing her knowledge about climate action and disaster preparedness. Recently, she has started producing her own segments, most of which tackled said issues. In 2015, Amor attended the World Meteorological Organization’s training for Broadcasting in Vietnam, wherein she learned about the most effective ways of delivering climate and weather information to the public. Apart from reporting on the television and radio, she also hosts parties, weddings, birthdays and sports-related events.