Tropical cyclones entering PAR until end of November unlikely — Pagasa
MANILA, Philippines — A tropical cyclone is unlikely to strike the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) until November, the state weather bureau said Friday.
“Sa susunod na tatlo o limang araw ay maliit pa din ang tiyansa na magkaroon tayo ng bagyo na maaring pumasok o mabuo sa ating Philippine Area of Responsibility,” said Raymond Ordinario, weather specialist of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa).
(For the next three to five days, there is a slight possibility of a tropical cyclone entering the Philippine Area of Responsibility.)
Because of this, the country is expected to have fair weather on Saturday due to thin cloud bands observed in Pagasa’s satellite imagery.
“Nakikita natin na manipis ang kaulapan na nakakaapekto sa ating bansa at malawak pa din ang malinis na kalangitan sa silangang bahagi ng ating bansa,” Ordinario also said.
(We observe that the clouds are thin and the clouds are clear, especially in the eastern part of the country.)
Metro Manila and the rest of the country are set to have fair weather with partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain or thunderstorms, he said.
Pagasa also raised no gale warning over any of the country’s seaboards.
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