It’s another day of heavy rains across the Philippines as a LPA just off the eastern sea board continues to pump moisture on shore. The heavy rains on Monday resulted in wide spread school closures specifically in Cebu city. The continued threat of flooding and even landslides is also there as we look ahead through
The Low Pressure Area (LPA) also known as “invest 90W” east of the Philippines continues to organize and bear more Tropical Charateristics this Monday. Model guidance and basic analysis on the storm indicates at this time it shows signs of possibly becoming the first named storm to form in the western pacific since late July.
For the first time in a long time midst the middle of Typhoon Season we have a tropical area that shows a slight possibility of becoming a named storm system. I must stress when writing this update as of Sunday morning August 31st this is still in the early states and a lot of stuff
Aftermath of rain and flooding in the north reclamation area. | @dalegisrael How’s the traffic flow in your area? pic.twitter.com/OlTZmbFFrf — Cebu Daily News (@cebudailynews) August 28, 2014 A LPA tracking over the Philippines Thursday and Friday has brought wide spread heavy rainfall and flooding to parts of Luzon and Visayas. Specifically in the
A new tropical depression has formed in the south China Sea and is now tracking over Hainan bringing wide spread thunderstorms and rain showers. This storm is not forecasted to become a named Storm but it still will do its part to bring over 100-150mm of rainfall to Hainan and Northern Vietnam. This