Numbers of Low-Pressure Areas Monitored by PAGASA Rises to 3
The state weather bureau PAGASA is now monitoring three low-pressure areas after another weather system was spotted in Appari.
On Wednesday morning (May 8, 2019), the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration is now monitoring at least three low-pressure areas.
The numbers of low-pressure areas monitored by PAGASA now rise to three after the third weather system was spotted at 335 km east of Appari, Cagayan.
The first LPA is located at 195 km southwest of Sinait City, Ilocos Sur while the other one was found at 1,120 km east of Mindanao.
PAGASA said that the three weather systems have a small chance of turning into a tropical cyclone.
However, the weather disturbances are expected to bring rains over Metro Manila and some parts of Luzon.
The weather agency also warned the public of possible flashfloods and landslides during severe thunderstorms.
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