The rainbands associated with the SURFACE TROUGH and prevailing SOUTHWESTERLY WINDS has already receded and gradually dissipated and are no longer expected to bring moderate to at times heavy rains across Eastern Quezon, Northern El Nido, Palawan, Eastern Capiz, Northern Iloilo, Calayan, Dalupiri, Fuga Island, Western and Northern Cagayan, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra, La Union, Western Benguet, Pangasinan, Western and Northern Zambales, Tarlac, Northern and Eastern Pampanga, Western Nueva Ecija, Southern Kalinga, Mountain Province, Western and Southern Isabela, Northern and Eastern Quirino, Northern Bulacan, Central and Eastern Batangas, Southern Quezon, Camarines Norte, Western and Southern Camarines Sur, Western and Central Sorsogon, Burias, Ticao, Masbate Island, Northern and Eastern Romblon, Northern Calamian Island, Linapacan Island, Semirara, Carabao, Boracay, Western and Eastern Aklan, Antique, Northern and Central Capiz, Iloilo, Guimaras Island, Southern Negros Occidental, Western and Southern Negros Oriental, Central and Eastern Cebu, Camotes Island, Northern and Southern Samar, Eastern Samar, Eastern and Southern Leyte, Northern and Eastern Zamboanga del Norte, Misamis Occidental, Zamboanga del Sur, Western Lanao del Norte, Southern Camiguin Island, Northern Dinagat Island, Northern Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental, Western Agusan del Norte, and Northern Agusan del Sur. Hence, the ORANGE and RED Rain Alerts (Severe Weather Warning) previously hoisted across these areas are now terminated.
WeatherPhilippines has upgraded its features with a current warning menu. Within this menu there are wind and rain warnings. These warnings will give you color coded alerts depending on its severity. This will show you an overview of the entire Philippine map and quickly determine weather warning alerts. This feature is currently available and ready for use. Below is the Weather Severity Matrix.To get detailed warning, select a particular weather station on the map and get more information on the warning alert.
Created by: John Christian B. Lequiron for WeatherPhilippines