Tag Archives: tropical depression

Philippine Weather Forecast: Rainy day because of 2 Tropical Depressions

  As we expect Tropical Depression (TD) Nona to exit the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) this weekend, TD Onyok crossed the PAR line yesterday afternoon. According to PAGASA Weather…

Look your best during Thursday’s hot weather

The Ridge of High Pressure Area continues to affect Luzon. This weather system is associated with fair weather conditions and high temperatures. Today, the Philippines will experience partly cloudy to…

Philippine Weather Forecast: Chedeng weakens into LPA

By: Jesy Basco Tropical Storm Chedeng has weakened into a low pressure area (LPA). The state weather bureau PAGASA has issued its final severe weather bulletin at 5 pm today,…

Chedeng to dissipate, a possibility

UPDATED AS OF 8:56AM (PST) — Originally 10 kph shy of being a Super Typhoon by PAGASA standards, Chedeng further weakened to tropical depression category this morning. From the original…

Philippine Weather Forecast: “Bagyong Betty” weakens into LPA

From tropical depression category, “Betty” has weakened into a low pressure area (LPA) and was last spotted at 885 kilometers east of Casiguran, Aurora at 4 AM today. PAGASA Weather…

Bavi to enter PAR Tuesday morning

Tropical Storm Bavi is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) Tuesday morning and will then be named Betty, State Meteorologist Manny Mendoza said. Estimated at 2,100 kms…

Tropical Depression on its way to PAR

At 4 AM today, a tropical depression (TD) was located at 1,610 kilometers east of Mindanao with maximum winds of 55 kph and moving west-northwest at 19 kph. PAGASA Meteorologist…

Southern Luzon, Visayas to experience rainy ending for 2014

On the last day of this year, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astonomical Services Administration (PAGASA) continues to monitorTropical Storm Seniang with international name Jangmi. It was locatedat 245 kilometers…

Ruby no longer a typhoon

Ruby continues to weaken as it traverses the landmass of Southern Luzon. With maximum sustained winds of 60 kph, Ruby is now downgraded to Tropical Depression, the lowest category of…