Update From PAGASA About Typhoon Paeng as of 1pm, September 24
TYPHOON PAENG – The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) released an update about Typhoon Paeng.
Undeniably, several parts in the Philippines have yet to recover from the effect of Typhoon Ompong, internationally known as Typhoon Mangkhut.
Many places were left devastated by Typhoon Ompong including the Summer Capital of PH, Baguio. Several places in other countries were also affected including the Hong Kong Disneyland.
While a lot is still recovering from the damage brought by the previous typhoon, another typhoon is spotted in the Philippines sea – Typhoon Paeng or internationally known as Typhoon Trami.
Typhoon Paeng entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Sunday, September 23. It was last spotted at 1,100 kilometers east of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.
Based on the report, Typhoon Paeng got a maximum sustained wind of 170 kilometers per hour (kph). It has a maximum gustiness of 210 kph moving at the westside direction.
Recently, an update about the said typhoon crossed the social media. It was posted on the Facebook page IMReady.
Citing the information from PAGASA and other weather monitoring agencies, the typhoon’s circulation is eyed to stay within the Philippine sea until Friday, September 28.
Meanwhile, Typhoon Paeng is not expected to make a landfall in any part of the country. It is also not expected to hit the areas that were affected by Typhoon Ompong.
Furthermore, based on the social media post, the typhoon is not expected to strengthen the force of the Southwest monsoon.
PAGASA forecasted that typhoon might move nearer to Taiwan and North Luzon but according to MetraWeather, it might “recurve” and instead of going nearer to Taiwan, it will move towards Japan.
Saan ba papunta ang bagyong #PaengPH (intl name: TRAMI)?Kung hindi magbabago ang kilos ng bagyong #PaengPH, hindi ito…
We’ll keep you posted for further updates.