PAGASA Says ITCZ to Affect PH Weather, Another LPA Spotted East of Mindanao
The state weather bureau PAGASA reported that the Intertropical Convergence Zone will bring cloudy to rainy conditions over some parts of the country.
On Wednesday (December 22, 2021), the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration has released the latest weather update in the country. The Intertropical Convergence Zone will affect the country’s weather condition.
PAGASA said that the ITCZ will be affecting southern Mindanao particularly in Davao Region, which will experience cloudy weather condition with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms.
The ITCZ will also bring partly cloudy to cloudy condition with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms are expected over Bicol Region, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Northern Samar.
Metro Manila and the rest of the country will also experience similar weather condition due to ITCZ and localized thunderstorms. Possible flash floods or landslides is expected during severe thunderstorms.
The weather agency has also warned the public to take precautionary measures for possible flash floods or landslides during moderate to at times heavy rains and severe thunderstorms.
The coastal water condition over Extreme northern Luzon will be moderate to rough. The remaining parts of the country will have a slight to moderate surrounding sea conditions, according to the weather bureau.
Meanwhile, PAGASA found another low pressure area at 1,350 kilometers east of Mindanao. It is expected to enter the Philippine area of responsibility on Wednesday or Thursday.
Rainy Christmas weekend is expected over Eastern Visayas and Mindanao due to the low-pressure area.
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