PAGASA Sees Emerging End of Dry Season After Showing Signs of Rainy Season
The state weather bureau PAGASA noticed several signs and indications of the dry season’s looming end after rains brought floods over parts of the country.
On Thursday (May 9, 2019), the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) see that the dry season was about to end.
PAGASA said that the floods brought by rains over Metro Manila were indications of the dry season’s looming end.
Weather forecaster Robert Sawi explained that the frontal system strengthen the two low-pressure area inside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) causing rains over some parts of the Philippines.
“Ito ay palatandaan na papalapit na iyung tag-ulan. Expected na halos araw-araw may mga ulan na sa hapon at gabi,” Sawi said.
PAGASA meteorologist Ariel Rojas said that the two LPAs have already dissipated while the third weather disturbance was spotted at 990 kilometers east of Mindanao.
The weather system was expected to enter PAR today but has a small chance of turning into a tropical cyclone.
However, the trough of the LPA was also expected to bring rains over some parts of the archipelago, according to the weather agency.
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