The thick rain bands associated with the combined effects of the surge of the NORTHEAST MONSOON (AMIHAN), TYPHOON LAN (PAOLO) and EX-TROPICAL DEPRESSION 26W continue to induce the SOUTHWESTERLY MOISTURE INFLOW bringing Moderate, Heavy to Extreme Rainfall (30 to more than 100 mm) over parts of Luzon, a wide area of Visayas particularly over Western Visayas, Palawan and Mindanao – beginning today through Saturday afternoon (October 21). The rains will be more frequent along the coastal and mountain slope areas of these affected provinces. Hence, the ORANGE, RED, and VIOLET Rain Alerts (Severe Weather Warnings) have been hoisted along these areas. Residents are advised to take precautionary measures against possible flash floods and landslides. Elsewhere, the weather should improve already as the Rain Alerts have now been lowered.
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: Adonis S. Manzan for WeatherPhilippines