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Southern Luzon


Southern Luzon PRSD


Issued at: 5:00 PM today, 18 January 2017
Valid Beginning: 5:00 PM today until 5:00 PM tomorrow

Synopsis: Tail-end of a cold front affecting the eastern section of Mindanao. Northeast Monsoon affecting Luzon and Visayas.

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Forecast:

Cloudy skies with light to moderate rains and isolated thunderstorms is expected over Northern Samar. Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated light rains will prevail over Bicol region, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque and Romblon. Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail with moderate to rough seas.


Local Forecast:

Maulap na kalangitan na may mahina hanggang sa katamtamang mga pag-ulan at pulo-pulong pagkidlat-pagkulog ang inaasahan sa Hilagang Samar. Bahagyang maulap hanggang sa maulap na kalangitan na may pulo-pulong mahihinang mga pag-ulan ang iiral sa Kabikulan, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque at Romblon. Katamtaman hanggang sa malakas na hangin mula sa Hilagang-silangan ang iiral na may katamtaman hanggang sa maalon na karagatan.



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RAINFALL WARNING
 
ADVISORY
Community AWARENESS
FLOODING is POSSIBLE in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

ALERT
 Community PREPAREDNESS
FLOODING is THREATHENING in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

EMERGENCY
Community RESPONSE
SEVERE FLOODING is EXPECTED 
Take necessary precautionary measures

WEATHER OUTLOOK

Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01, 2020 - February 28, 2021

La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.

Southern Luzon PRSD

Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01 - 31, 2020

La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.

Weather Systems that may affect Bicol region Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear Line), Low Pressure Areas  (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
Rainfall Condition Bicol region – above normal rainfall
Wind Speed and Direction Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail

Average Temperature 23°C-31°C
Mean Relative Humidity 84-90%
Soil Moisture Moist to wet
Tropical Cyclones 1 or 2
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01-10, 2020

Weather Systems

Localized Thunderstorms, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System, Easterlies, Low Pressure Area (LPA).

Fishing Advisory

  • Moderate to rough seas will prevail.
  • Continue monitoring the weather updates thru radio and television, PAGASA website & social media.
Farm Activities

Planting of irrigated rice and corn cucumber, ampalaya, talinum, radish, okra, squash, sweet potato, endive, gabi, beets, patola and upo in areas not affected by past typhoons is taking place. Harvesting of matured crops and preparation of land for rice and corn crops in some areas which are not heavily affected by the past typhoons are in progress. Farmers continue cleaning, repairing and renovating the farm structures damaged by past typhoons.
Soil Moisture Condition Moist – Masbate; Wet – Rest of Bicol region

Issued at: 5:00 PM today, 12 JANUARY 2021
SYNOPSIS: At 3:00 PM today, the Low Pressure Area was estimated at 160 km Southeast of General Santos City or 940km South Southeast of Legazpi City, Albay (5.0N, 126.1E). Tail-end of Frontal System (Shear line) affecting Visayas. Northeast Monsoon affecting Luzon. MAGIGING KAMUGTAKAN: Mapanganuron na kalangitan na may maluyang pag-uran dulot kan Amihan ang ma-iral sa Kabikulan, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque asin Romblon. Mapanganuron na kalangitan na may warak-warak na mga pag-uran asin pagkikilat-pagdaguldol dulot kan Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear line) an mamamatian sa Northern Samar. Katamtaman sagkod sa makusog na duros na hali sa Norte-sirangan an ma-iral na may katamtaman sagkod sa ma-okol na kadagatan. PAGTAYA: Maulap na papawirin na may mahinang pag-ulan dulot ng Amihan ang iiral sa Rehiyong Bikol, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque at Romblon. Maulap na papawirin na may kalat-kalat na mga pag-ulan at pagkidlat-pagkulog dulot ng Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear line) ang mararanasan sa Northern Samar. Katamtaman hanggang sa malakas na hangin mula sa Hilangan-silangan ang iiral na may katamtaman hanggang sa ma-alon na karagatan.


Legazpi
12 JANUARY 2021
SUNSET TODAY 05:36 PM
SUNRISE TOMORROW 06:11 AM
MOONRISE TOMORROW 06:05 AM
MOONSET TOMORROW 05:43 PM


Southern Luzon PRSD

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Eufronio H. Garcia

EUFRONIO H. GARCIA
Officer-In-Charge, Southern Luzon-PRSD
PAGASA Weather Station
Airport 4500 LEGAZPI CITY Tel # (052) 4814471

Legaspi

 legaspi 82011 Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. LILIAN N. GUILLERMO,Chief Meteorological Officer PAGASA Weather Station
Airport 4500 LEGAZPI CITY 



Daet

 DAET Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. TRINIDAD D. TUAZON, Chief Meteorological Officer  PAGASA Weather Station
4600 Daet, Camarines Norte



Virac

 Virac Synoptic station (2) Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. EUFRONIO H. GARCIA, Chief Meteorological Officer PAGASA Weather Station
Airport 4800 VIRAC, Catanduanes


Masbate


 Masbate synop station (1) Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. RIZZA G. BARTOLATA, Chief Meteorological Officer PAGASA Weather Station
5400 Masbate City


Catarman



 Catarman Synop Station (1) Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. FELION C. CORONA Chief Meteorological Officer PAGASA Weather Station
6400 CATARMAN, Northern Samar



Romblon


 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. BIENVENIDO F. MULETA  PAGASA Weather Station
5500 ROMBLON, ROMBLON




Calapan

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. FERDINAND T. VALDEAVILLA Chief Meteorological Officer  PAGASA Weather Station
5200 CALAPAN CITY




Sorsogon

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. HERNANDO O. PANTOJA, JR. Chief Meteorological Officer, 
Nursery  Dept. Of Agriculture 4703, Juban, Sorsogon



UEP-CATARMAN

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. GERARDO L. CERBITO,PAGASA Agromet Station
University Town, Catarman, N. Samar

BUCAF-DARAGA

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. EFREN M. LLASOS BUCAF, GUINOBATAN, ALBAY, 4503

CSSAC/CBSUA-PILI

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. ALFREDO B. CONSULTA, CSSAC/CBSUA-PILI, CAM. SUR, 4418





BRFFWC-BICOL

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. JOSEPHINE G. ALBAÑO, Chief Meteorological Officer
Bicol River Flood Forecasting and Warning Center (BRFFWC),
San Mateo, Camaligan, 4401, Naga, Cam. Sur.



Virac

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Mr. EUFRONIO H. GARCIA, Chief Meteorological Officer
Brgy. Buenavista, Bato, Catanduanes




Legaspi

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Officer-in-Charge:

Ms. LILIAN N. GUILLERMO,PAGASA Weather Station
Airport 4500 LEGAZPI CITY

 
 

Southern Luzon PRSD



Local Weather Forecast

Issued at: 5:00 PM today, 12 JANUARY 2021
SYNOPSIS: At 3:00 PM today, the Low Pressure Area was estimated at 160 km Southeast of General Santos City or 940km South Southeast of Legazpi City, Albay (5.0N, 126.1E). Tail-end of Frontal System (Shear line) affecting Visayas. Northeast Monsoon affecting Luzon. MAGIGING KAMUGTAKAN: Mapanganuron na kalangitan na may maluyang pag-uran dulot kan Amihan ang ma-iral sa Kabikulan, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque asin Romblon. Mapanganuron na kalangitan na may warak-warak na mga pag-uran asin pagkikilat-pagdaguldol dulot kan Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear line) an mamamatian sa Northern Samar. Katamtaman sagkod sa makusog na duros na hali sa Norte-sirangan an ma-iral na may katamtaman sagkod sa ma-okol na kadagatan. PAGTAYA: Maulap na papawirin na may mahinang pag-ulan dulot ng Amihan ang iiral sa Rehiyong Bikol, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque at Romblon. Maulap na papawirin na may kalat-kalat na mga pag-ulan at pagkidlat-pagkulog dulot ng Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear line) ang mararanasan sa Northern Samar. Katamtaman hanggang sa malakas na hangin mula sa Hilangan-silangan ang iiral na may katamtaman hanggang sa ma-alon na karagatan.


Legazpi
12 JANUARY 2021
SUNSET TODAY 05:36 PM
SUNRISE TOMORROW 06:11 AM
MOONRISE TOMORROW 06:05 AM
MOONSET TOMORROW 05:43 PM


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Thunderstorm Warning

Thunderstorm Southern Luzon


 

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Rainfall Warning

RAINFALL WARNING
 
ADVISORY
Community AWARENESS
FLOODING is POSSIBLE in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

ALERT
 Community PREPAREDNESS
FLOODING is THREATHENING in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

EMERGENCY
Community RESPONSE
SEVERE FLOODING is EXPECTED 
Take necessary precautionary measures

Read more: Local Rainfall Warning Southern Luzon



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3 Monthly Climate Outlook

WEATHER OUTLOOK

Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01, 2020 - February 28, 2021

La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models sugges...


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Termination of Southwest Monsoon
22 October 2020

PRESS STATEMENT
DOST-PAGASA S & T Media Service

Recent analyses showed that a significant weakening of the Southwest Monsoon has been observed over the last few days. Moreover, the strengthening of the high-pressure area over the Asian continent has led to the gradual changing of the season.

With these developments, the Southwest Monsoon season or known locally as "Habagat" is now officially over. The season in the Philippines is on the process of transition and will be expecting the gradual start of the Northeast Monsoon (NE) season in the coming days with a shift in the direction of the winds.

Meanwhile, with the on-going La Niña, the NE monsoon may be enhanced that could trigger floods, flashfloods and rain-induced landslides over susceptible areas. Therefore, all concerned government agencies and the public are advised to take precautionary measures to mitigate the potential impacts of these events.

Signed
VICENTE B. MALANO, Ph.D
Administrator

3 Monthly Climate Outlook

WEATHER OUTLOOK

Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01, 2020 - February 28, 2021

La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models sugges...


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Termination of Southwest Monsoon
22 October 2020

PRESS STATEMENT
DOST-PAGASA S & T Media Service

Recent analyses showed that a significant weakening of the Southwest Monsoon has been observed over the last few days. Moreover, the strengthening of the high-pressure area over the Asian continent has led to the gradual changing of the season.

With these developments, the Southwest Monsoon season or known locally as "Habagat" is now officially over. The season in the Philippines is on the process of transition and will be expecting the gradual start of the Northeast Monsoon (NE) season in the coming days with a shift in the direction of the winds.

Meanwhile, with the on-going La Niña, the NE monsoon may be enhanced that could trigger floods, flashfloods and rain-induced landslides over susceptible areas. Therefore, all concerned government agencies and the public are advised to take precautionary measures to mitigate the potential impacts of these events.

Signed
VICENTE B. MALANO, Ph.D
Administrator

3-MONTH SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOK
(Libon, Ligao and Camalig, Albay)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01, 2020 - February 28, 2021
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System (Shearline), Low Pressure Areas (LPAs), Tropical Cyclones
  • Libon, Ligao and Camalig is expected to experience above normal rainfall in December 2020, January 2021 and February 2021
  • Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail
  • Average range of temperature is 23°C-31°C
  • Mean Relative Humidity is 82%-85%
  • Moist to wet soil moisture
  • Tropical cyclone forecast: December 1 or 2; January 0 or 1; February 0 or 1
MONTHLY WEATHER OUTLOOK
(Libon, Ligao and Camalig, Albay)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01 - 31, 2020
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear Line), Low Pressure Areas  (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • Libon, Ligao and Camalig is expected to experience above normal rainfall condition
  • Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail
  • Average range of temperature is 24°C - 31°C in Albay
  • Mean RH = 85%
  • Moist to west soil moisture
  • Tropical Cyclones: 1 or 2
10-DAY FARM WEATHER FORECAST
(Libon, Ligao and Camalig, Albay)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01-10, 2020
Weather System Localized Thunderstorms, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System, Easterlies, Low Pressure Area (LPA).
Fishing Advisory
  • Moderate to rough seas will prevail
  • Fishermen using small boats and seacrafts are advised to always take precautionary measures and to continue monitor updates thru radio and television
Farming Advisory Planting of irrigated rice and corn cucumber, ampalaya, talinum, radish, okra, squash, sweet potato, endive, gabi, beets, patola and upo in areas not affected by past typhoons is taking place. Harvesting of matured crops and preparation of land for rice and corn crops in some areas which are not heavily affected by the past typhoons are in progress. Farmers continue cleaning, repairing and renovating the farm structures damaged by past typhoons.
Temperature Average range of temperature: 25°C-31°C
Relative Humidity Average range of relative humidity: 58% - 100%
Soil Moisture Wet
Probability of Rain 40-90%
10-DAY FARM WEATHER FORECAST
(Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat, Sorsogon)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01-10, 2020
Weather System Localized Thunderstorms, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System, Easterlies, Low Pressure Area (LPA).
Fishing Advisory
  • Moderate to rough seas will prevail
  • Fishermen using small boats and seacrafts are advised to always take precautionary measures and to continue monitor updates thru radio and television
Farming Advisory Planting of irrigated rice and corn cucumber, ampalaya, talinum, radish, okra, squash, sweet potato, endive, gabi, beets, patola and upo in areas not affected by past typhoons is taking place. Harvesting of matured crops and preparation of land for rice and corn crops in some areas which are not heavily affected by the past typhoons are in progress. Farmers continue cleaning, repairing and renovating the farm structures damaged by past typhoons.
Temperature Average range of temperature: 24°C-31°C
Relative Humidity Average range of relative humidity: 58%-100%
Soil Moisture Wet
Probability of Rain 40-90%
MONTHLY WEATHER OUTLOOK
(Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat, Sorsogon)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01 - 31, 2020
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear Line), Low Pressure Areas  (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • Casiguran, Irosin, and Gubat is expected to experience above normal rainfall condition
  • Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail
  • Average range of temperature is 23°C - 31°C in Sorsogon.
  • Mean RH = 88%
  • Moist to wet soil moisture
  • Tropical Cyclones: 1 or 2
3-MONTH SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOK
(Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat, Sorsogon)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01, 2020 - February 28, 2021
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System (Shearline), Low Pressure Areas (LPAs), Tropical Cyclones
  • Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat is expected to experience above normal rainfall in December 2020, January 2021 and February 2021
  • Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail
  • Average range of temperature is 23°C-31°C
  • Mean Relative Humidity is 86-88%
  • Moist to wet soil moisture
  • Tropical cyclone forecast: December 1 or 2; January 0 or 1; February 0 or 1
10-DAY FARM WEATHER FORECAST
(San Miguel and Bato, Catanduanes)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01-10, 2020
Weather System Localized Thunderstorms, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System, Easterlies, Low Pressure Area (LPA).
Fishing Advisory
  • Moderate to rough seas will prevail
  • Fishermen using small boats and seacrafts are advised to always take precautionary measures and to continue monitor updates thru radio and television
Farming Advisory Planting of irrigated rice and corn cucumber, ampalaya, talinum, radish, okra, squash, sweet potato, endive, gabi, beets, patola and upo in areas not affected by past typhoons is taking place. Harvesting of matured crops and preparation of land for rice and corn crops in some areas which are not heavily affected by the past typhoons are in progress. Farmers continue cleaning, repairing and renovating the farm structures damaged by past typhoons.
Temperature Average range of temperature: 24°C-31°C
Relative Humidity Average range of relative humidity: 58% - 100%
Soil Moisture Wet
Probability of Rain 40-90%
MONTHLY WEATHER OUTLOOK
(San Miguel and Bato, Catanduanes)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01 - 31, 2020
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System (Shear Line), Low Pressure Areas  (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • San Miguel and Bato is expected to experience above normal rainfall condition
  • Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail
  • Average range of temperature is 23°C - 31°C in Catanduanes.
  • Mean RH = 90%
  • Moist to wet soil moisture
  • Tropical Cyclones: 1 or 2
3-MONTH SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOK
(San Miguel and Bato, Catanduanes)
Issued: December 01, 2020
Valid: December 01, 2020 - February 28, 2021
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña further strengthened, and will likely to continue until Mar-April-May 2021 season. Most models suggest strong La Niña during Nov-Dec-Jan 2021 season (peak). Increase likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions that could lead to potential adverse impacts (such as heavy rainfall, floods, landslides) over highly vulnerable areas.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Northeast Monsoon, Tail-End of Frontal System (Shearline), Low Pressure Areas (LPAs), Tropical Cyclones
  • San Miguel and Bato is expected to experience above normal rainfall in December 2020, January 2021 and February 2021
  • Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail
  • Average range of temperature is 22°C-31°C
  • Mean Relative Humidity is 87-90%
  • Moist to wet soil moisture
  • Tropical cyclone forecast: December 1 or 2; January 0 or 1; February 0 or 1

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.





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