SPECIAL WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR THE HOLY WEEK 2017

SPECIAL WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR THE HOLY WEEK 2017

GENERAL CONDITIONS

The Tropical Disturbance (LPA) 92W will bring mostly cloudy to cloudy conditions and high probability of moderate to wide scattered rain showers and thunderstorms over Eastern and Central Visayas and Northeastern Mindanao.

OUTLOOK FOR MAUNDY THURSDAY TO EASTER SUNDAY

On Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, the Tropical Disturbance (LPA) 92W will start to affect the Eastern Visayas and Northeastern Mindanao by providing mostly cloudy to cloudy conditions with high probability of light to moderate scattered rain showers and thunderstorms (Figure 1).

Figure 1. Accumulated rainfall forecast for Maundy Thursday (April 13, 2017) (left) and Good Friday (April 14, 2017) (right) Image Source: Meteologix AG

Figure 1. Accumulated rainfall forecast for Maundy Thursday (April 13, 2017) (left) and Good Friday (April 14, 2017) (right)
Image Source: Meteologix AG

By Black Saturday and Easter Sunday, Central and Eastern Visayas and Northeastern Mindanao will experience mostly cloudy to cloudy conditions with high probability of moderate to wide scattered rain showers and thunderstorms due to LPA (92W) (Figure 2).

Figure 2. Accumulated rainfall forecast for Black Saturday (April 15, 2017) (left) and Easter Sunday (April 16, 2017) (right) Image Source: Meteologix AG

Figure 2. Accumulated rainfall forecast for Black Saturday (April 15, 2017) (left) and Easter Sunday (April 16, 2017) (right)
Image Source: Meteologix AG

The rest of the Philippines will experience generally warm and partly cloudy conditions with the possibility of isolated rain showers or thunderstorms in some areas especially in the afternoon or evening.

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Disclaimer: Actual conditions might differ from forecasted conditions since there is no 100 percent accurate weather forecast due to the constant change of the Earth’s atmosphere.


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