Meteorologist Says Low-Pressure Area To Enter PAR Over The Weekend
A meteorologist reported that a low-pressure area is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility over the weekend.
On Friday (January 10, 2020), Kapuso meteorologist Nathaniel “Mang Tani” Cruz reported that the low-pressure area is about to enter the Philippine territory during the weekend. The LPA has been last spotted at 1,950 kilometers east of Mindanao.
The weather disturbance has no direct effect on the country’s weather conditions and has a low chance of strengthening into a tropical cyclone. However, the weather system is expected to bring rains over some parts of the country.
The LPA may bring rains over Cagayan Valley and some portions of Cordillera, Aurora, and other parts of northern Luzon on Saturday (January 11). Ilocos region and Zambales may also experience rain on Sunday (January 12).
Meanwhile, Metro Manila would have the right amount of sunshine during the weekend and generally fair weather condition is expected over the Visayas region over the weekend, according to PAGASA.
On Saturday afternoon, the Davao region and northern portion of Caraga region may experience light rains while Zamboanga Peninsula and the Soccsksargen region would experience rainy weather by Sunday afternoon.
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