PAGASA, no more strong typhoons
Manila, Philippines – PAGASA or Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Service announced that there are no more expected strong typhoons to enter in the Philippines in the next half month or before the end of the year 2013.
This PAGASA news, announced today, following the continued growth of wind breeze in the northern part of the Philippines and some gradual decrease in weather systems.
While there might be a low pressure area (LPA) inside and outside of the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR), but there are no visible that maybe threatening here in the country as what reported by the weather bureau.
The last recorded hurricane that enters the territory of the Philippines was a tropical depression named Zoraida.
Despite this weather update, PAGASA warned of the presence of large waves on the eastern seaboard of Luzon and Visayas.
It is expected also to have isolated rains and thunderstorms in some parts of the country.