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Here Is The Weather Update From PAGASA

WEATHER – An update brought by the state’s weather bureau reveals a Low Pressure Area building up and might enter the country on Sunday.

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After the scorching summer heat, the rainy season is finally here. Scattered rainfalls have been experience across different parts of the country recently.

Prior to this, PAGASA has already noticed a few indications of the dry season’s end.

PAGASA mentione that the floods brought by separate rainfalls over Metro Manila could indicate the dry season’s anticipated end.

Meanwhile, in a recent update, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) revealed a Low Pressure Area (LPA) building up over the Pacific coast that could enter the country by Sunday.

Meno Mendoza – weather specialist, claimed that the low pressure area was spotted lately approx. 1,220 kilometers off the east of Mindanao earlier around 2 am on Saturday.

In the case that the LPA would develop to become a tropical depression, it will then be referred to as “Dodong” – possibly the fourth tropical cyclone for this year after Chadeng last March.

For the weather on Saturday, Mindanao might experience cloudy skies and a few scattered rainfalls with thunderstorms also brought by the LPA.

While Metro Manila and the rest of the country would experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies. Isolated rainfalls are also expected.

This is according to an article from ABS CBN News.

And now that the rainy season is here, there could be more reports of dengue cases. Here’s a guide on how to tell if an individual is having dengue symptoms.

That is all there is to it, at least for now. We’ll post updates as soon as we got them.

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