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PAGASA – Sarah Becomes A Tropical Storm, Ramon Weakens Further

PAGASA – Weather bureau PAGASA said that Sarah has intensified into a tropical storm while Ramon weakened into a tropical depression.

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The bureau said in its 11 AM advisory that Sarah was last seen at about 715 kilometers east-northeast of the town of Infanta or about 640 kilometers east of the town of Casiguran in Aurora.

According to Inquirer, the now tropical storm is now heading at the north west direction at about 20 kilometers per hour. It was packed with about 65 kilometers per hour of maximum sustained winds and gusts of up to 80 kilometers per hour.

The now tropical depression Ramon, on the other hand, is expected to weaken further into a low pressure area (LPA) within the next 24 hours.

Tropical Cyclone Wind Signals or TCWS are currently raised in the following:

  • Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal No. 1 (30 to 60 kilometers per hour within 36 hours)
    • eastern portion of Cagayan
      • Calayan
      • Aparri
      • Baggao
      • Alcala
      • Gattaran
      • Lal-lo
      • Tuguegarao City
      • Penablanca
      • Iguig
      • Amulung
      • Santa Teresita
      • Camalaniugan
      • Santa Ana
      • Gonzaga
      • Buguey
      • Ballesteros
    • the northeastern portion of Isabela
      • Divilacan
      • Tumauini
      • Cabagan
      • Maconacon
      • San Pablo

Based on the report, as mentioned before Ramon will still bring light to moderate with chances of heavy rains over Batanes, Cagayan, Babuyan Islands, Apayao. and the north part of Ilocos Norte.

Ilocos Sur, Abra, Kalinga, Mountain Province, Ifugao, Isabela, LA Union, Benguet and the rest of Ilocos Norte, on the other hand, will face light to moderate with intermittent heavy rains.

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