Gale Warning
Issued at: 05:00 AM TODAY , 21 October 2019
Gale Warning # 15 (Final)
For: MODERATE TO STRONG WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH THE NORTHEASTERLY SURFACE WINDFLOW.

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Weather Advisory
Issued at: 10:00 AM 2019 September 17
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General Flood Advisories - Regional
 General Flood Advisory issued as of 7 PM, 20 August 2018



Advisories


Monthly Climate Assessment and Outlook (July-August 2018)

Issued: 06 August 2018

Monthly Rainfall Forecast
RAINFALL FORECAST  (September 2018 - February 2019) 
UPDATED: 29 August 2018 (next update September 26, 2018)


Regional Rainfall Forecast
Issued: 29 August 2018
Valid for: September 2018 - February 2019
Farm Weather Forecast and Advisories
ISSUED: 8 AM,  FRIDAY,  MAY 24, 2019
VALID UNTIL: 8 AM,  SATURDAY, MAY 25
, 2019
FWFA:  N0. 19-144

Ten-Day Regional Agri-Weather Information
DEKAD NO. 15   MAY 21 - 31, 2019
PHILIPPINE AGRI-WEATHER FORECAST
The weather systems that will affect the whole country are the frontal system, easterlies, ridge of high pressure area, intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) and low pressure area (LPA).

Seasonal Climate Outlook
Issued:  13 July 2018
FOR July - December 2018
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The October Orionids meteor shower will be active from October 17-25, 2017.




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Northern Luzon

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Category: Synoptic Station
Years of Record: 1951-Present
Latitude: 16º 02' 36'' N
Longitude 120º 20' 00'' E
Station Elevation: 2.4 m
Chief Meteorological Officer: Gregorio V. De Vera II
Contact Number: Landline: 0916-330-1048

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Station Address:

DPWH – Agno Flood Control System Compound, Tumana, Rosales, Pangasinan

Category:

Flood Forecasting and Warning Center

Year Started:

1982

Latitude:

15º 53' 18'' N

Longitude

120º 36' 32.30'' E

Officer - in - Charge:

Lorenzo T. Diaz

Contact Number:

0915-696-1404




Engr. FREDOLINA D. BALDONADO
Weather Services Chief 
Northern Luzon-PAGASA Regional Services Division
(078) 3041994
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TUGUEGARAO

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Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. Anselmo H. Bolotaolo
Chief Meteorological Officer

TUGUEGARAO Synop- Station Complex
Capitol Site, Tuguegarao City Cagayan 3500



BASCO

 BASCO STATION

Officer-in-Charge:


Mr. CONSTANTINO A. GAVILAN
Chief Meteorological Officer

BASCO Synop-Radar-Agromet Station Complex
Basco, Batan Is., Batanes 3900



CALAYAN

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION

Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. ERNIE C. TORRADO
Chief Meteorological Officer 

CALAYAN Synop Station Calayan, Calayan Is., Cagayan 3520


ITBAYAT


 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION

Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. ALEXANDER V. ANTAS
Chief Meteorological Officer 

ITBAYAT Synop Station
Mayan, Itbayat Is., Batanes 3905


APARRI



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Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. ANTONIO C. PAGALILAUAN
Chief Meteorological Officer

APARRI Synop-Radar Station
Punta, Aparri, Cagayan 3515



LAOAG


 laoag

Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. CYNTHIA O. IGLESIA
Chief Meteorological Officer

LAOAG Synop-Airport-Upper Air Station
Airport, Gabu, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte 2900




SINAIT

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. LEONARDO L. PAGUIRIGAN
Chief Meteorological Officer

SINAIT Synop Station
Brgy. Tapao, Sinait, Ilcos Sur




BAGUIO

 Baguio Synop stn
Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. Cerefino T. Hulipas
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA Weather Station
BAGUIO CITY



DAGUPAN

 dagupan stn

Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. JOSE T. ESTRADA, JR.
Chief Meteorological Officer

DAGUPAN Synop-VSS Station
Tondaligan Park, Dagupan City Pangasinan 2400



CASIGURAN

 CASIGURAN1

Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. ANTONIO M. AZARIAS
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA Weather Station
Casiguran, Aurora 3204



BALER

 baler Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. ARMANDO AVENILLA 
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA Weather Station
Baler, Aurora



MMSU-BATAC

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Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. FRANCISCA J. FRANCISCO
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA MMSU Agromet Station
MMSU Cpd. Batac, Ilocos Norte 2906

ISU-ECHAGUE

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION

Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. RAMIL B. TUPPIL
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA ISU Agromet Station
Isabela State Univ. (ISU) Cpd.
Echague, Isabela 3309

BSU-LA TRINIDAD

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. FRANKIE F. RAGA
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA BSU Agromet Station
Benguet State Univ. (BSU) Cpd.
La Trinidad Benguet 2601

NVSIT-BAYOMBONG

 4 Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. JOELITO F. RAMOS
Chief Meteorological Officer

NVSIT-Bayombong, Nueva Viscaya

 




CRFFWC-CAGAYAN

 961520 692717230853925 1076635695 n Officer-in-Charge:

Engr. LEO L. BUNAG
Chief Meteorological Officer

FFWC Station Complex
Capitol Site, Tuguegarao City Cagayan 3500




ARFFWC-AGNO

 Agno(ARBFFEWS) (3) Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. GREGORIO B. DE VERA II
CMO, ARBFFWC


PAGASA Agno River Flood Forecasting Center
Flood Control DPWH Cpd.
Tumana, Rosales, Pangasinan




APARRI

 IMG 2762

Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. ANTONIO C. PAGALILAUAN
Chief Meteorological Officer

APARRI Synop-Radar Station
Punta, Aparri, Cagayan 3515



BALER

 baler Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. Cerefino T. Hulipas
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA Weather Station
Baler, Aurora



BAGUIO



 baguio Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. Raymund Gerard Ordinario
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA Radar Station
Mt. Sto. Tomas, Tuba Benguet 2603



BASCO



 BASCO STATION (1) Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. CONSTANTINO A. GAVILAN
Chief Meteorological Officer

BASCO Synop-Radar-Agromet Station Complex
Basco, Batan Is., Batanes 3900




TUGUEGARAO

 11158087 692717414187240 881886290 n Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. Anselmo H. Bolotaolo
Chief Meteorological Officer

TUGUEGARAO Synop- Station Complex
Capitol Site, Tuguegarao City Cagayan 3500




LAOAG

 Laoag Station (3) Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. CYNTHIA O. IGLESIA
Chief Meteorological Officer

LAOAG Synop-Airport-Upper Air Station
Airport, Gabu, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte 2900


BAGUIO

 baguio synop Officer-in-Charge:

Mr.HILARIO DG ESPERANZA
Chief Meteorological Officer

BAGUIO Synop & Upper-Air Station Complex
Government Center, Baguio City 2600


 
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Station Name:

Cagayan River Flood Forecasting and Warning Center

Station Address:

Capitol Hills, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan

Category:

Flood Forecasting and Warning Center

Year Started:

1982

Latitude:

17º 36' 48'' N

Longitude

121º 42' 43'' E

Station Elevation:

62 meters

Officer- in - Charge:

Leo L. Buñag

Contact Number:

Cp No:

(078)304-1994

0906-358-5919

Northern Luzon PRSD

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Background of Japan Overseas Development Assistance Projects in Northern Luzon- PAGASA
 

Japan assistance to the Philippines particularly to PAGASA dates back to the 1960's through several cooperation projects. In 1963, Japan assisted the PAGASA in the establishment of PAGASA Port Area Meteorological Office (PAMO) and Radar Station and Virac Radar Station. The Virac radar was established on top of a hill at Buenavista, Bato, Catanduanes in 1968. The two (2) stations were equipped with JRC JMA – 118 A/E radars. Likewise, a JRC JMA – 118 A/E radar equipment was also installed at Guiuan in 1972. These systems provided analog radar image displays in grey scale.
In 1974, the Virac radar was replaced with JRC WSR 57 along with the establishment of radar station at Ducan, Aparri, Cagayan. The radar equipment at Aparri was a 5cm Toshiba TW 1163A. Later, the Ducan, Aparri radar was transferred to Punta Aparri location in 1987. The Virac and Guiuan WSR 57 radars were then upgraded to WSR 77. In 1994, Virac, Guiuan and Aparri radars were upgraded thru the Meteorological Telecommunications Systems Development Project (MTSDP) funded by the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund. The upgrading provided digital data achieved after processing of the radar signals. The colored images are displayed delineating rain areas and rainfall estimates have big increments.

The radars provided observations of weather systems coming from both the West Philippine Sea and Pacific Ocean such as rain systems associated with Southwest Monsoon and Northeast Monsoon, tail end of cold front, sea breezes, easterly waves , intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) and tropical cyclones (TC). TC crossing Luzon within the 400km range of the radar were tracked and reported thru coded messages (FFAA report of TC eye fixes and FFBB report of rain area and rain intensity).

At that time, the earlier radar observations presented tedious jobs whereby from images, important signatures are encoded, decoded and re-coded for transmission and for meaningful interpretations of meteorologists. The trainings provided by 
Japan enabled PAGASA meteorologists to operate, maintain the equipment and utilize radar data in identification of weather echoes especially the determination of TC centers. The determination of the echoes' areal extent and the extrapolation of echoes in space and in time served as simple forecasting tool for the general warning of residents. The data were also utilized by other forecasting centers such as Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) thru the global telecommunication system. The knowledge gained from the equipment maintenance trainings were applied to maximize the life spans of the radars. There were limited archiving of data and images were kept as clippings for reference.

The Port Area radar did not have a replacement when the radar station got burned in 1978.

The Aparri, Virac and Guiuan systems were rehabilitated in 2005 funded by the Philippine government. PAGASA radar experts and Japanese consultants worked together in the rehabilitation of the systems. However, radar parts were limited and some were due for phase out because of the introduction of new technology. The radars were retired from service in 2010 when the government of Japan provided the Philippines thru Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) the Grant Aid package that started implementation in 2011.
 
The Project for the Improvement of Meteorological Radar System in the Philippines (2011-2013)
 

The JICA Grant Aid package initiated in 2009, started in 2011 and completed in September 2013 is a significant breakthrough in PAGASA weather works whereby new state of the art Doppler radars were installed at strategic sites of Virac, Aparri and Virac. The new state of the art Doppler radars have reliable detection range increased to 0.5mm/hr within 350kms and to > 1mm/hr within  450kms,  replacing old systems with  detection range for 0.5mm/hr of  up to 200kms, for 1mm/hr at 300kms and for > 5mm/hr  at 450kms. Display of dBZ and rain estimates are refined to closer ranges.  This is achieved with constructed new radar towers at all sites increased to 39 m height from ground level and installation of solid state radars with new state of the art radar signal propagation/transmission, receipt, return signal processing and display systems completed and made operational in 2011 for Virac, 2012 for Aparri and middle of 2013 for Guiuan.  The new Doppler radar systems provided radar signal digitization before data processing that preserved the original characteristics of radar signals.  A dedicated and reliable Very Small Aperture Satellite communication link is also provided by the JICA Grant Aid for radar real-time digital data transmission from the sites in Virac (Catanduanes), Aparri(Cagayan) and Guiuan (Eastern Samar) to PAGASA Weather and Flood Forecasting Center (Quezon City).

The JICA Grant Aid likewise provided ancillary systems for the new Doppler radars' full and non-stop operation such as generators, uninterrupted power supply, cooling systems and lightning detection and protection systems. Spare parts were also provided. Trainings for equipment managers, technicians and forecasters were conducted The high technology state of the art systems utilize environment friendly pulse compression technology and further generate value added products for severe wind, rainfall, hail and other nowcasts information that are likewise processed for the use of PAGASA in forecasting of heavy rain laden weather systems, early warning of coastal storm surges, riverine floods, flash floods and landslides. In Northern Luzon, the Aparri Doppler radar upon its completion in 2012 is being used in the monitoring, tracking and forecasting of tropical cyclones. In 2013, PAGASA weather forecasters have used the Aparri radar images in advisories and early warning issuances of destructive tropical cyclones in northern Luzon such as Labuyo, Odette, Santi and Vinta.

Indeed, the Philippines are such a lucky country to benefit from state of the art technology weather monitoring systems from Japan.
 
TIDAL PREDICTION



BASCO PORT, BATANES HT. BALER PORT, AURORA HT. SAN FERNANDO HARBOR, LA UNION HT.
06:09 A.M. 0.04m 04:03 A.M. 0.18m 12:47 A.M. 0.76m
02:13 P.M. 0.54m 10:49 A.M. 1.00m 11:22 A.M. -0.06m
05:13 P.M. 0.53m 04:09 P.M. 0.63m    
11:32 P.M. 0.73m 10:14 P.M. 1.12m    

SAN VICENTE PORT, CAGAYAN HT PORT IRENE, STA. ANA, CAGAYAN HT PALANAN, ISABELA HT 
04:06 A.M. 0.16m 04:06 A.M. 0.15m 04:26 A.M. 0.23m
10:23 A.M. 0.75m 10:30 A.M. 0.75m 11:07 A.M. 1.05m
03:36 P.M. 0.48m 03:34 P.M. 0.48m 04:39 P.M. 0.65m
10:04 P.M. 0.91m 09:59 P.M. 0.92m 10:39 P.M. 1.16m

COURTESY OF NAMRIA


Northern Luzon
09 May Sat
Place: Sunrise: Sunset: Moonrise: Moonset
Tuguegarao 05:24 A.M. 06:16 P.M. 10:51 P.M. 09:37 A.M.
Vigan 05:25 A.M. 06:17 P.M. 10:52 A.M. 09:39 P.M.
Laoag 05:27 A.M. 06:22 P.M. 10:57 A.M. 09:41 P.M.
Sinait 05:28 A.M. 06:21 P.M. 10:56 A.M 09:42 P.M.
Dagupan City 05:31 A.M. 06:19 P.M. 10:55 A.M. 09:45 P.M.
Basco, Batanes 05:19 A.M. 06:20 P.M. 10:54 A.M. 09:33 P.M.
Itbayat, Batanes 05:19 A.M. 06:20 P.M. 10:55 A.M. 09:32 P.M.
Casiguran, Aurora 05:37 A.M. 05:59 P.M. 10:35 A.M. 09:51 P.M.
Baler, Aurora 05:26 A.M. 06:14 P.M. 10:49 P.M. 09:40 A.M.
Aparri, Cagayan 05:23 A.M. 06:18 P.M. 10:53 A.M. 09:37 P.M.
Calayan, Cagayan 05:22 A.M. 06:19 P.M. 10:54 A.M. 09:36 P.M.
Lagawe, Ifugao 05:27 A.M. 06:17 P.M. 10:53 A.M. 09:41 P.M
Agno, Pangasinan / / / /
Ilagan 05:23 A.M. 06:15 P.M. 10:50 A.M. 09:37 P.M.
Baguio City 05:30 A.M. 06:19 P.M. 10:54 A.M. 09:44 P.M.
Echague, Isabela 05:25 A.M. 06:15 P.M. 10:50 A.M. 09:39 P.M.

Northern Luzon PRSD

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Tuguegarao
21 October 2019/ Monday
SUNRISE SUNSET
sunrise
05:48 A.M.
sunset
05:28 P.M.
MOONRISE MOONSET
moonrise
11:33 P.M.
moonset
12:05 P.M.







 

ISSUED AT 11 OCTOBER 2019
VALID UNTIL TOMORROW 9AM


OBSERVED RAINFALL:

NO SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WAS RECORDED OVER THE BASIN DURING PAST 24 HOURS.

ISSUED AT 11 OCTOBER 2019
VALID UNTIL TOMORROW 9AM


OBSERVED RAINFALL:
NO SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WAS OBSERVED OVER THE BASIN DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS.

                                       Northern Luzon PRSD

STATUS OF MONITORED MAJOR RESERVOIRS INLUZON
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Northern Luzon PRSD
ARB2
 
              The Agno River has a drainage area of 5,809.3 sq km.  at the Bañaga station and is the third largest river in Luzon Island next to the Cagayan  and Pampanga rivers. A half of its drainage  area particularly the watershed in Benguet Province is mountainous having an average elevation  of about 2,000 m above MSL. The main branch is the Tarlac River with drainage areas of about 1,900 sq km including Poponto swamp and which joins the Agno River in midstream from the left at Bayambang Pangasinan. The Tarlac River has its source in Mt. Pinatubo in Tarlac province. The Agno river has a course of about 200 km, 90 km of which runs in mountainous areas. The Agno River, after passing through the mountainous areas, forms a vast alluvial  fan and a delta, and then flows  into Lingayen Gulf. This fan and delta comprises the Pangasinan Plain. Poponto swamp is located in the vicinity of Bayambang, Pangasinan where Tarlac River joins the Agno River, the swamp temporarily retains flood water from the Tarlac  River. Dagupan and Sta. Barbara form the center of the Pangasinan Plain, which was formed as a result of floods from the Agno River. Changes on river course as well as river improvements led to the separation of the Agno River from the plain.
 
           The climate in Agno River Basin is characterized by two pronounced seasons, dry from November to April and wet  for the rest of the year. In drainage area the dry season is from November to April and the wet season from May to October Annual precipitation varies from 2,000mm in the neighborhood of Tarlac to 4,000mm in th upper stream of the Agno river, such great variation is caused by the influence of mountains on precipitation produced by monsoons.
Northern Luzon PRSD
 
CRB
The Cagayan River Basin is the largest river in the Philippines having a drainage area of 27,280 sq.km at the river mount in Aparri, Cagayan. It occupies the major part of Cagayan, Isabela, Qurino, Kalinga, Apayao, Mountain Province, Ifugao and Nueva Vizcaya provinces and small portion of Aurora province. The basin is chararacterized by a large central valley oriented north to south. The valley is bounded on the east by the Sierra Madre Mountains, on the west by the Cordillera Mountains, on the south by the Caraballo Mountains, and on the north by the coastline of the Babuyan Channel, The river has a length of 505 kms.
 
The climate of the basin is characterized by no pronounced maximum rain period and a short dry period. The average annual precipitation varies from less than 2,000mm in the northern part of the basin to more than 3,000mm in the southern mountainous part.
Issued 7 February 2019
Climate Monitoring and Prediction Section (CLIMPS)
Climatology and Agrometeorology Division


                                        SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOK
                                             JANUARY - JUNE 2019


Overview

Sea surface temperatures (SSTs) at the tropical Pacific have slightly cooled but are still within El Nino levels. Atmospheric indicators such as cloudiness, trade winds and Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) do not show response to ocean temperatures for El Nino to become fully established. PAGASA's ENSO Alert System status remains at El Nino Watch (since July 2018) with an 80% chance to progress at weak El Nino during February-March-April 2019.

January to March 2019 Outlook

A weak El Nino is still possible during the period with likely impacts of below normal rainfall condition and warmer than average air temperatures.

The climate pattern during this season is characterized by widespread and heavy rainfall events that might affect the eastern sections of the country, coinciding with the Northeast (NE) monsoon season or "Amihan". Likewise, tropical cyclones (TCs) are generally less frequent, where the average TC tracks are mostly located over the southern part of the country originating from the northwestern Pacific Ocean and tend to move in a westerly direction. Weather systems that are likely to occur during the season are the NE monsoon, tail-end of cold front (TECF), thunderstorms, low pressure areas (LPAs), ridge of high pressure areas (HPAs), easterlies and one (1) or two (2) tropical cyclones.

For January to March, rainfall is predicted to be below to way below normal in most parts of Luzon except for some areas in eastern, central and southern Luzon that will likely experience near normal rainfall conditions. Moreover, Visayas and Mindanao provinces are generally expected to receive near normal rainfall. Predicted surface air temperatures are likely to be near average to slightly cooler than average in most parts the country with some areas that may also experience slightly above to above average temperature during the forecast period.

Gradual recession of rains associated 1J1.1ith the NE monsoon is expected during the latter part of March and surface air temperatures are expected to increase in most parts of the country.

April to June 2019 Outlook

 

With weak El Nino or not, El Nino-like conditions, characterized by warm and humid conditions with slight delay in the onset of the rainy season in the areas under Climate Type I, will be likely during the season.

The period covers the gradual shift of the season from NE monsoon to Southwest (SW) monsoon. The weather systems that may influence the country's climate are the HPAs, LPAs, inter-tropical convergence zone, thunderstorms, and two (2) to four (4) tropical cyclones. During the period, the mean track of TCs is located from southern Luzon to central Visayas areas, extending towards the West Philippine Sea.

During April-May-June season, generally below normal rainfall condition will be likely in most parts of Luzon, except in some parts of the Cordillera Administrative Region and eastern

sections of Luzon, including the Bicol region1where near normal rainfall is expected. Moreover, near normal rainfall conditions are also anticipated in Visayas and Mindanao.

Surface air temperatures are predicted to be near to slightly above average in most parts of the country.

PAGASA will continue to closely monitor the development of El Nino and regular updates and advisories shall be issued as appropriate. For further information, please contact the Climatology and Agrometeorology Division (CAD) at telephone numbers 434-0955 or 435- 1675.




        (signed)


VICENTE B. MALANO, Ph.D.
Acting Administrator





DEKAD NO. 29      OCTOBER 11-20, 2019

Philippine Agri-Weather Forecast

The weather systems that will likely affect the whole country are the trough of tropical cyclone “Hagibis” outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), low pressure area (LPA), northeasterly windflow, easterlies and intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ).

During the start of the dekad, the regions of CARAGA, Davao and Northern Mindanao will have cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms while the rest of the archipelago will experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with chances of isolated rainshowers. After this, Cagayan Valley, Bicol Region and the provinces of Aurora and Quezon will have cloudiness with rainshowers and thunderstorms throughout the rest of the dekad. The rest of the country will have better weather condition with possible occurrences of isolated rainshowers mostly in the afternoon or evening.

During the early days of the dekad, northeasterly wind flow will prevail over Northern Luzon while Visayas and the rest of Luzon will have winds from the northeast to northwest. Mindanao will experience winds coming from the northwest to west. As Northern Luzon continues to have winds blowing from the northeast, the rest of the country will have winds from the northeast to east throughout the rest of the dekad.

During the early days of the forecast period, the northern and eastern seaboards of Luzon will have moderate to rough seas while the rest of the archipelago will experience slight to moderate coastal waters. However, the northern and central Luzon will start to experience moderate to rough seas during the latter part of the first half of the dekad. The remaining areas of the country will have slight to moderate movement of seas. This condition will continue throughout the end of the dekad.

ENSO-neutral condition is present in the tropical Pacific.



Issued At: 7:00 PM 20 October 2019
Valid Until: 7:00 PM tomorrow


SYNOPSIS: At 3:00 PM today, the center of Typhoon "PERLA" {NEOGURI} was estimated based on all available data at 890 km East  Northeast of Basco, Batanes (24.7°N, 129.3°E) with maximum sustained winds of 130 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 160 km/h. It is moving Northeast at 30 km/h. Northeasterly Surface Windflow prevailing over Luzon.


PAGTAYA: Bahagyang maulap hanggang sa maulap na kalangitan na may pulu-pulong mahinang mga pag-ulan sanhi ng northeasterly surface windflow ang inaasahan sa mga lalawigan ng Batanes, Cagayan, Apayao at Ilocos Norte. Bahagyang maulap hanggang sa maulap na papawirin na may pulu-pulong mga pag-ulan ang mararanasan sa Aurora, Ilocos Sur, La Union, Pangasinan, Kalinga, Abra, Mt. Province, Ifugao, Benguet, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya at Quirino dulot ng lokal na mga pagkidlat-pagkulog.

Katamtaman hanggang sa malakas na hangin mula sa hilagang-silangan ang iiral sa Hilagang Luzon at sa Lalawigan ng Aurora. Ang mga baybaying dagat ay magiging katamtaman hanggang sa napakaalon.

pdf Local Weather Forecast

Northern Luzon PRSD

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Local Weather Forecast

 Issued At: 7:00 PM 20 October 2019
Valid Until: 7:00 PM tomorrow


SYNOPSIS: At 3:00 PM today, the center of Typhoon "PERLA" {NEOGURI} was estimated based on all available data at 890 km East  Northeast of Basco, Batanes (24.7°N, 129.3°E) with maximum sustained winds of 130 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 160 km/h. It is moving Northeast at 30 km/h. Northeasterly Surface Windflow prevailing over Luzon.


PAGTAYA: Bahagyang maulap hanggang sa maulap na kalangitan na may pulu-pulong mahinang mga pag-ulan sanhi ng northeasterly surface windflow ang inaasahan sa mga lalawigan ng Batanes, Cagayan, Apayao at Ilocos Norte. Bahagyang maulap hanggang sa maulap na papawirin na may pulu-pulong mga pag-ulan ang mararanasan sa Aurora, Ilocos Sur, La Union, Pangasinan, Kalinga, Abra, Mt. Province, Ifugao, Benguet, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya at Quirino dulot ng lokal na mga pagkidlat-pagkulog.

Katamtaman hanggang sa malakas na hangin mula sa hilagang-silangan ang iiral sa Hilagang Luzon at sa Lalawigan ng Aurora. Ang mga baybaying dagat ay magiging katamtaman hanggang sa napakaalon.

pdf Local Weather Forecast

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Tuguegarao
21 October 2019/ Monday
SUNRISE SUNSET
sunrise
05:48 A.M.
sunset
05:28 P.M.
MOONRISE MOONSET
moonrise
11:33 P.M.
moonset
12:05 P.M.







 

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Thunderstorm Warning

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Agno River Basin Flood Advisory

ISSUED AT 11 OCTOBER 2019
VALID UNTIL TOMORROW 9AM


OBSERVED RAINFALL:
NO SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WAS OBSERVED OVER THE BASIN DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS.

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Cagayan River Basin Flood Advisory

ISSUED AT 11 OCTOBER 2019
VALID UNTIL TOMORROW 9AM


OBSERVED RAINFALL:

NO SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WAS RECORDED OVER THE BASIN DURING PAST 24 HOURS.

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Agno River Basin Flood Advisory

ISSUED AT 11 OCTOBER 2019
VALID UNTIL TOMORROW 9AM


OBSERVED RAINFALL:
NO SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WAS OBSERVED OVER THE BASIN DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS.

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Cagayan River Basin Flood Advisory

ISSUED AT 11 OCTOBER 2019
VALID UNTIL TOMORROW 9AM


OBSERVED RAINFALL:

NO SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF RAINFALL WAS RECORDED OVER THE BASIN DURING PAST 24 HOURS.

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PUBLIC WARNING 


It has come to the attention of the Office of the Administrator of PAGASA that a certain person has been using the name of Dr. Vicente B. Malano to solicit money from the contractors of PAGASA.

Dr. Malano wishes to inform the public that he has not authorized anyone to solicit money on his behalf and to warn everyone against dealing with unscrupulous activities of certain individuals.





payong pagasa on android The latest version of the official PAGASA app can now be downloaded on Google play store

List of Trainees for the Meteorological Technicians Training Course (MTTC) 2019

The following have been accepted to undergo the Meteorological Technicians Training Course (MTTC), scheduled on 06 May – 14 October 2019

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Weather Division is now  ISO 9001:2015 Certified

Proof has been furnished by means of an audit that the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 are met.

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ONSET OF RAINY SEASON
14 June 2019

The occurrence of scattered to at times widespread rainfall associated with the Southwest Monsoon during the past few days as observed by most PAGASA stations...


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