Mindanao, parts of Visayas to see rain from low pressure area

The low pressure area is 390 kilometers east northeast of Basic Santos Metropolis early Saturday night, March 26

MANILA, Philippines – The nation’s climate bureau was monitoring a low pressure area (LPA) embedded alongside the intertropical convergence zone on Saturday, March 26.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Companies Administration (PAGASA) stated in an advisory issued 7 pm on Saturday that the LPA was final noticed 390 kilometers east northeast of Basic Santos Metropolis or 310 kilometers east of Davao Metropolis.

It’s “less likely” to develop right into a tropical despair within the subsequent 24 hours.

However PAGASA warned Mindanao and parts of the Visayas to count on rain from the LPA throughout that interval.

Average to heavy rain
  • Caraga
  • Davao Oriental
  • Davao de Oro
  • Davao del Norte
  • Davao Metropolis
  • Misamis Oriental
  • Bukidnon
Mild to average rain, with at instances heavy rain
  • relaxation of Mindanao
  • Bohol
  • Southern Leyte

The climate bureau stated scattered flash floods and landslides are seemingly.

Different parts of the nation should not affected by the LPA, however might have remoted rain or thunderstorms due to the easterlies. The easterlies are heat winds from the Pacific Ocean. – Rappler.com

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