WeatherPhilippines Daily Graphical Satellite Analysis from 12pm Jun 10 until 12pm Jun 11, 2018

As the TY MALIKSI (DOMENG) continues to move outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility, the SOUTHWEST MONSOON (HABAGAT), enhanced by TY MALIKSI (DOMENG), will continue to bring mostly cloudy to cloudy skies with occasionally light to moderate to at times heavy rain showers and thunderstorms across EXTREME NORTHERN, NORTHWESTERN, & CENTRAL LUZON; METRO MANILA; MIMAROPA; CALABARZON; & BICOL REGION. Fresh breeze to Strong breeze of 35 to 50 kph with significant wave heights of 2.5 to 4.0 m (Moderate to Rough) will blow, making the seas risky for small and medium-sized sea vessels.

Meanwhile, The REST OF THE PHILIPPINES will have partly to mostly cloudy skies with isolated rain showers and thunderstorms in some areas, especially in the afternoon or evening.

**Residents are advised to be on alert for POSSIBLE FLASHFLOODS, LANDSLIDES OR LIGHTNING STRIKES during the occurrence of Severe Thunderstorms.

Stay safe as always! #WeatherAlert #WeatherWiser

Here is the latest daily graphical satellite analysis showing all tropical systems in and around the Philippines and the Western Pacific Basin. This is valid for the next 24 hours.

To view the NOAA IR Animated Loop, kindly click this image.

To view the NOAA IR Animated Loop, kindly click this image.

Important note: In the infrared (IR) satellite image shown above: BLUE areas indicate Clear Skies with a Few Clouds; GREEN = Partly to Mostly Cloudy Skies; YELLOW = Mostly Cloudy to Hazy Skies with Possible Slight-to-Moderate Rainfall; and RED = Thunderstorms with Moderate to Heavy to sometimes Extreme Rainfall.

24-Hour Observed Rainfall Accumulation (8:00 AM Jun 09 to 8:00 AM Jun 10, 2018)

Created by: Redmund G. Nacario for WeatherPhilippines

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