PAGASA Says Amihan to Bring Cloudy to Rainy Conditions Over Parts of PH

PAGASA Releases Latest Weather Update for Tuesday (January 4, 2022)

The state weather bureau PAGASA reported that the Amihan to bring cloudy to rainy conditions over some parts of the country.

On Tuesday (January 4, 2022), the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration released the latest weather update in the country. The northeast monsoon would affect the country’s weather condition.

PAGASA reported that the northeast monsoon will bring cloudy weather condition with scattered rains over Northern Samar, Eastern Visayas, Caraga and Davao Region. Cagayan, Isabela, Aurora, Bicol region and Quezon will experience similar weather condition with light rains.


Partly cloudy to cloudy condition is expected over Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque and Romblon.

“Sa kasalukuyan, northeast monsoon o amihan ang umiiral sa buong bahagi ng ating bansa,” Pagasa weather specialist Grace Castañeda said.

Metro Manila and the remaining parts of the country will experience a fair weather condition despite the prevailing northeast monsoon. However, partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated light rains are expected.


The weather agency has also advised the residents in the affected areas to take precautionary measures for possible flash floods or landslides during scattered moderate to at times heavy rains.

“Asahan pa din natin ‘yung mga tiyansa ng mahihinang pag-ulan dito sa silangang bahagi ng Luzon, maging ‘yung mga tiyansa din po ng mga kalat-kalat na pag-ulan sa silangang bahagi ng Visayas at Mindanao,” Castañeda added.

The coastal water condition over the entire archipelago will be moderate to rough, according to the weather bureau. Gale warning has been also raised in several seaboards nationwide due to Amihan.

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