Gale Warning
Issued at: 5:00 PM TODAY , 08 August 2022
Gale Warning # 1
For: strong TO GALE FORCE winds associated with the SOUTHWEST MONSOON

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Issued: 29 August 2018
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VALID UNTIL: 8 AM,  SATURDAY, MAY 25
, 2019
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Southern Luzon


Southern Luzon PRSD


Issued at: 5:00 PM today, 18 January 2017
Valid Beginning: 5:00 PM today until 5:00 PM tomorrow

Synopsis: Tail-end of a cold front affecting the eastern section of Mindanao. Northeast Monsoon affecting Luzon and Visayas.

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  Predicted Mean Sea Level Wind Analysis for 8 PM 18 January 2017

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Forecast:

Cloudy skies with light to moderate rains and isolated thunderstorms is expected over Northern Samar. Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated light rains will prevail over Bicol region, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque and Romblon. Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail with moderate to rough seas.


Local Forecast:

Maulap na kalangitan na may mahina hanggang sa katamtamang mga pag-ulan at pulo-pulong pagkidlat-pagkulog ang inaasahan sa Hilagang Samar. Bahagyang maulap hanggang sa maulap na kalangitan na may pulo-pulong mahihinang mga pag-ulan ang iiral sa Kabikulan, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque at Romblon. Katamtaman hanggang sa malakas na hangin mula sa Hilagang-silangan ang iiral na may katamtaman hanggang sa maalon na karagatan.



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RAINFALL WARNING
 
ADVISORY
Community AWARENESS
FLOODING is POSSIBLE in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

ALERT
 Community PREPAREDNESS
FLOODING is THREATHENING in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

EMERGENCY
Community RESPONSE
SEVERE FLOODING is EXPECTED 
Take necessary precautionary measures

WEATHER OUTLOOK

Issued: May 01, 2022
Valid: May 01-July 31, 2022

La Niña is strengthening slightly and is likely to continue through the June-August 2022 (59% chance), with a 50-55% chance of La Niña thereafter.

Issued: July 21, 2022
Valid: July 21-31, 2022

Weather Systems Localized Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Southwest Monsoon, Intertropical Convergence Zone, Low Pressure Area
Fishing Advisory ·   Light to moderate seas will prevail.
·   Continue monitoring the weather updates thru radio and television, PAGASA website & social media.
Farm Activities Harvesting of rice is almost done while others are still in vegetative, reproductive and maturing stages. Some corn are in vegetative stage while others are in maturing stage. Planting of bountiful beans, eggplant, okra, sweet potato, gabi, peanut and chili is still ongoing. Harvesting of santol, banana, avocado, papaya, string bean, eggplant, ampalaya and pechay continues. Sun drying, threshing, and milling of harvested rice are also ongoing.
Soil Moisture Conditio

Wet – Albay, Catanduanes and Sorsogon;
Moist – Camarines Norte and some areas in Sorsogon;
Dry – rest of the region
 
24-HOUR LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST
Issued at: 5:00 AM, 08 August 2022
Valid until: 5:00 AM Tomorrow
SYNOPSIS: Southwest Monsoon affecting Central and Southern Luzon.
 
MAGIGING KAMUGTAKAN: Mapanganuron na kalangitan na may kalat-kalat na mga pag-ulan at pagkidlat-pagkulog ang mararanasan sa Rehiyong Bikol, Hilagang Samar, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon at Marinduque. Maluya sundo moderato na duros hali sa sur ang iiral sa mga lugar na ini, na may banayad sundo moderato sundo kung minsan ma-hukol na kadagatan.
PAGTAYA: Maulap na kalangitan na may kalat-kalat na mga pag-ulan at pagkidlat-pagkulog ang mararanasan sa Rehiyong Bikol, Hilagang Samar, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon at Marinduque. Mahina hanggang katamtaman na hangin mula sa timog ang iiral sa mga lugar na ito, na may banayad hanggang katamtaman hanggang kung minsan ma-alon na karagatan.
FORECAST: Cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms will be experience over Bicol Region, Northern Samar, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon and Marinduque. Light to moderate winds blowing from the south will prevail along these areas, with light to moderate to occasionally rough seas.
ASTRONOMICAL INFORMATION
Over Legazpi City, Albay
 

Today Tomorrow
 Sunrise  05:32 AM   
 Sunset  06:10 PM   
 Moonrise  02:32 PM  
 Moonset
   02:07 AM


Southern Luzon PAGASA Regional Services Division (SLPRSD) is one of the five (5) regional services  division of PAGASA it covers the six (6) provinces of Bicol region (Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Albay, Sorsogon, Masbate and Catanduanes) and the provinces of Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Northern Samar.

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NANCY T. LANCE, M.Sc.

Weather Services Chief
Southern Luzon-PAGASA
Regional Services Division
(052) 4814472; (052) 4814455
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Legaspi

 legaspi 82011 Ms. LILIAN N. GUILLERMO,
Chief Meteorological Officer

LEGAZPI Synoptic Station
Magayon Drive, Near Airport Site,
LEGAZPI CITY 4500



Daet

 DAET Mr. RAYMUND GERARD L. ORDINARIO
OFFICER-IN-CHARGE 

DAET Synoptic Station, Bagasbas,
Daet, Camarines Norte 4600



Virac

 Virac Synoptic station (2) Mr. JUAN T. PANTINO
OFFICER-IN-CHARGE

 VIRAC Synoptic Station,
Near Airport, Virac, Catanduanes 4800


Masbate


 Masbate synop station (1) Ms. RIZZA G. BARTOLATA
Chief Meteorological Officer 


MASBATE Synoptic Station,
Nursery Street,  Masbate City


Catarman



 Catarman Synop Station (1) Mr. JEMMY M. PEDROLA
OFFICER-IN-CHARGE 

CATARMAN Synoptic Station
Dalakit, CATARMAN, Northern Samar
6400



Romblon


 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Mr. RICHARD M. MAGAYAM
OFFICER-IN-CHAGE 

ROMBLON Synoptic Station
5500 ROMBLON, ROMBLON




Calapan

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Mr. FERDINAND T. VALDEAVILLA
Chief Meteorological Officer

CALAPAN Synoptic Station, 
5200 CALAPAN CITY




Sorsogon

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Mr. Ryan R. Orogo
Chief Meteorological Officer, 

SORSOGON Synoptic Station
Provincial Pant Nursery , Dept. Of Agriculture,
Juban, Sorsogon 4703



UEP-CATARMAN

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Mr. GERARDO L. CERBITO
Officer-in-Charge


UEP Agromet Station
University of Eastern Philippines,
University Town, Catarman, N. Samar

BUCAF-DARAGA

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Mr. MARIA CYD A. SENA
Officer-in-Charge


BUCAF Agromet Station
Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry
GUINOBATAN, ALBAY, 4503

CSSAC/CBSUA-PILI

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Mr. ALFREDO B. CONSULTA
Officer-in-Charge

CBSUA Agromet Station,
Cenral Bicol State University of Agriculture,
CSSAC/CBSUA-PILI, CAM. SUR, 4418





BRFFWC-BICOL

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Ms. JOSEPHINE G. ALBAÑO
Chief Meteorological Officer


Bicol River Flood Forecasting and Warning Center (BRFFWC),
Cenral Bicol State University of Agriculture,
CSSAC/CBSUA-PILI, CAM. SUR, 4418



Virac

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Mr. JUAN T. PANTINO
OFFICER-IN-CHARGE

 VIRAC Synoptic Station,
Near Airport, Virac, Catanduanes 4800 




Legaspi

 ROMBLON SYNOPTIC STATION Ms. LILIAN N. GUILLERMO
Chief Meteorological Officer

PAGASA SLPRSD
Magayon Drive, Near Airport Site,
 LEGAZPI CITY 4500

 
 

Southern Luzon PRSD



Local Weather Forecast

 
24-HOUR LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST
Issued at: 5:00 AM, 08 August 2022
Valid until: 5:00 AM Tomorrow
SYNOPSIS: Southwest Monsoon affecting Central and Southern Luzon.
 
MAGIGING KAMUGTAKAN: Mapanganuron na kalangitan na may kalat-kalat na mga pag-ulan at pagkidlat-pagkulog ang mararanasan sa Rehiyong Bikol, Hilagang Samar, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon at Marinduque. Maluya sundo moderato na duros hali sa sur ang iiral sa mga lugar na ini, na may banayad sundo moderato sundo kung minsan ma-hukol na kadagatan.
PAGTAYA: Maulap na kalangitan na may kalat-kalat na mga pag-ulan at pagkidlat-pagkulog ang mararanasan sa Rehiyong Bikol, Hilagang Samar, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon at Marinduque. Mahina hanggang katamtaman na hangin mula sa timog ang iiral sa mga lugar na ito, na may banayad hanggang katamtaman hanggang kung minsan ma-alon na karagatan.
FORECAST: Cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms will be experience over Bicol Region, Northern Samar, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon and Marinduque. Light to moderate winds blowing from the south will prevail along these areas, with light to moderate to occasionally rough seas.
ASTRONOMICAL INFORMATION
Over Legazpi City, Albay
 

Today Tomorrow
 Sunrise  05:32 AM   
 Sunset  06:10 PM   
 Moonrise  02:32 PM  
 Moonset
   02:07 AM

Read more: Local Weather Forecast Southern Luzon



Thunderstorm Warning

Thunderstorm Southern Luzon


 

Read more: Thunderstorm Southern Luzon



Rainfall Warning

RAINFALL WARNING
 
ADVISORY
Community AWARENESS
FLOODING is POSSIBLE in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

ALERT
 Community PREPAREDNESS
FLOODING is THREATHENING in low-lying areas
and near river channels 

EMERGENCY
Community RESPONSE
SEVERE FLOODING is EXPECTED 
Take necessary precautionary measures

Read more: Local Rainfall Warning Southern Luzon



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PREPARATIONS FOR WARM AND DRY SEASON

23 March 2022
DOST-PAGASA
S&T Media Service
23 March 2022, Quezon City

After the termination of the Northeast Monsoon and the start of the dry season, recent observations from several DOST-PAGASA stations showed a gradual increase in daily temperature over many parts of the country and the strengthening of the North Pacific High. Furthermore, the number of dry and warm days across the country will continue to increase, though isolated thunderstorms are also likely to occur, especially in the afternoon or evening hours.

Meanwhile, the ongoing La Niña may still affect some parts of the country, which may significantly result in above normal rainfall conditions for April.

The public and all concerned government agencies are advised to take precautionary measures to minimize heat stress, optimize the daily use of water for personal and domestic consumption, and prevent any accompanying health risks associated with this climate condition.

Despite the ongoing community quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic, DOST-PAGASA will continue to monitor the day-to-day weather and long-term climate situation and provide updates when significant changes occur.

For more information, you may contact the Climatology and Agrometeorology Division (CAD) through the Climate Information & Prediction Section (CLIMPS) at Tel. Nos. (02)8284-0800 loc. 906.

Original signed:

VICENTE B. MALANO, Ph.D.
Administrator
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PREPARATIONS FOR WARM AND DRY SEASON

23 March 2022
DOST-PAGASA
S&T Media Service
23 March 2022, Quezon City

After the termination of the Northeast Monsoon and the start of the dry season, recent observations from several DOST-PAGASA stations showed a gradual increase in daily temperature over many parts of the country and the strengthening of the North Pacific High. Furthermore, the number of dry and warm days across the country will continue to increase, though isolated thunderstorms are also likely to occur, especially in the afternoon or evening hours.

Meanwhile, the ongoing La Niña may still affect some parts of the country, which may significantly result in above normal rainfall conditions for April.

The public and all concerned government agencies are advised to take precautionary measures to minimize heat stress, optimize the daily use of water for personal and domestic consumption, and prevent any accompanying health risks associated with this climate condition.

Despite the ongoing community quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic, DOST-PAGASA will continue to monitor the day-to-day weather and long-term climate situation and provide updates when significant changes occur.

For more information, you may contact the Climatology and Agrometeorology Division (CAD) through the Climate Information & Prediction Section (CLIMPS) at Tel. Nos. (02)8284-0800 loc. 906.

Original signed:

VICENTE B. MALANO, Ph.D.
Administrator
3-MONTH SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOK
(Libon, Ligao and Camalig, Albay)
Issued: May 01, 2022
Valid: May 01-July 31, 2022
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña is strengthening slightly and is likely to continue through the June-August 2022 (59% chance), with a 50-55% chance of La Niña thereafter.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Ridge of High Pressure Areas (HPAs), Southwest Monsoon, Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), Low Pressure Areas (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • Libon, Ligao and Camalig is expected to experience near normal rainfall in May, June and July
  • Light to moderate winds blowing from the East to Southwest will prevail
  • Range of temperature = 25°C-33°C
  • Relative Humidity = 82-84%
  • Moist soil moisture
  • Tropical cyclone forecast: May 0 or 1; June 1 or 2; July 1 to 3
MONTHLY WEATHER OUTLOOK
(Libon, Ligao and Camalig, Albay)
Issued: May 01, 2022
Valid: May 01 - 31, 2022
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña is strengthening slightly and is likely to continue through the June-August 2022 (59% chance), with a 50-55% chance of La Niña thereafter.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Ridge of High Pressure Areas (HPAs), Southwest Monsoon, Low Pressure Areas (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • Libon, Ligao and Camalig is expected to have near normal rainfall condition
  • Light to moderate winds blowing from the East will prevail
  • Range of temperature = 25°C - 33°C
  • Relative Humidity = 82%
  • Moist soil moisture
  • Tropical Cyclones: 0 or 1
10-DAY FARM WEATHER FORECAST
(Libon, Ligao and Camalig, Albay)
Issued: July 21, 2022
Valid: July 21-31, 2022
Weather Systems Localized Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Southwest Monsoon, Intertropical Convergence Zone, Low Pressure Area
Fishing Advisory
  • Light to moderate seas will prevail.
  • Fishermen using small boats and seacrafts are advised to always take precautionary measures and to continue monitor updates thru radio and television
Farm Activities Harvesting of rice is almost done while others are still in vegetative, reproductive and maturing stages. Some corn are in vegetative stage while others are in maturing stage. Planting of bountiful beans, eggplant, okra, sweet potato, gabi, peanut and chili is still ongoing. Harvesting of santol, banana, avocado, papaya, string bean, eggplant, ampalaya and pechay continues. Sun drying, threshing, and milling of harvested rice are also ongoing.
Temperature Average range of temperature: 25°C-33°C
Relative Humidity Average range of relative humidity: 60% - 95%
Soil Moisture Wet
Rainy Days (0.1mm or more) 4-8
10-DAY FARM WEATHER FORECAST
(Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat, Sorsogon)
Issued: July 21, 2022
Valid: July 21-31, 2022
Weather Systems Localized Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Southwest Monsoon, Intertropical Convergence Zone, Low Pressure Area
Fishing Advisory

  • Light to moderate seas will prevail.
  • Fishermen using small boats and seacrafts are advised to always take precautionary measures and to continue monitor updates thru radio and television
Farm Activities Harvesting of rice is almost done while others are still in vegetative, reproductive and maturing stages. Some corn are in vegetative stage while others are in maturing stage. Planting of bountiful beans, eggplant, okra, sweet potato, gabi, peanut and chili is still ongoing. Harvesting of santol, banana, avocado, papaya, string bean, eggplant, ampalaya and pechay continues. Sun drying, threshing, and milling of harvested rice are also ongoing.
Temperature Average range of temperature: 24°-33°C
Relative Humidity Average range of relative humidity: 60% - 95%
Soil Moisture Wet
Rainy Days (0.1mm or more) 4-8
MONTHLY WEATHER OUTLOOK
(Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat, Sorsogon)
Issued: May 01, 2022
Valid: May 01 - 31, 2022
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña is strengthening slightly and is likely to continue through the June-August 2022 (59% chance), with a 50-55% chance of La Niña thereafter.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Ridge of High Pressure Areas (HPAs), Southwest Monsoon, Low Pressure Areas (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat is expected to have near normal rainfall condition
  • Light to moderate winds blowing from the East will prevail
  • Range of temperature = 23°C - 33°C
  • Relative Humidity = 83%
  • Moist soil moisture
  • Tropical Cyclones: 0 or 1
3-MONTH SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOK
(Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat, Sorsogon)
Issued: May 01, 2022
Valid: May 01-July 31, 2022
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña is strengthening slightly and is likely to continue through the June-August 2022 (59% chance), with a 50-55% chance of La Niña thereafter.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Ridge of High Pressure Areas (HPAs), Southwest Monsoon, Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), Low Pressure Areas (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • Casiguran, Irosin and Gubat is expected to experience near normal rainfall in May and June and below normal rainfall in July
  • Light to moderate winds blowing from the East to Southwest will prevail
  • Range of temperature = 24°C-33°C
  • Relative Humidity = 83-85%
  • Moist to Dry soil moisture
  • Tropical cyclone forecast: May 0 or 1; June 1 or 2; July 1 to 3
10-DAY FARM WEATHER FORECAST
(San Miguel and Bato, Catanduanes)
Issued: July 21, 2022
Valid: July 21-31, 2022
Weather Systems Localized Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Southwest Monsoon, Intertropical Convergence Zone, Low Pressure Area
Fishing Advisory
  • Light to moderate seas will prevail.
  • Fishermen using small boats and seacrafts are advised to always take precautionary measures and to continue monitor updates thru radio and television
Farm Activities Harvesting of rice is almost done while others are still in vegetative, reproductive and maturing stages. Some corn are in vegetative stage while others are in maturing stage. Planting of bountiful beans, eggplant, okra, sweet potato, gabi, peanut and chili is still ongoing. Harvesting of santol, banana, avocado, papaya, string bean, eggplant, ampalaya and pechay continues. Sun drying, threshing, and milling of harvested rice are also ongoing.
Temperature Average range of temperature: 25°C-32°C
Relative Humidity Average range of relative humidity: 60% - 95%
Soil Moisture Wet
Rainy Days (0.1mm or more) 4-8
MONTHLY WEATHER OUTLOOK
(San Miguel and Bato, Catanduanes)
Issued: May 01, 2022
Valid: May 01 - 31, 2022
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña is strengthening slightly and is likely to continue through the June-August 2022 (59% chance), with a 50-55% chance of La Niña thereafter.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Ridge of High Pressure Areas (HPAs), Southwest Monsoon, Low Pressure Areas (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • San Miguel and Bato is expected to have near normal rainfall condition
  • Light to moderate winds blowing from the East will prevail
  • Range of temperature = 23°C - 32°C
  • Relative Humidity = 86%
  • Moist soil moisture
  • Tropical Cyclones: 0 or 1
3-MONTH SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOK
(San Miguel and Bato, Catanduanes)
Issued: May 01, 2022
Valid: May 01-July 31, 2022
WEATHER OUTLOOK
La Niña is strengthening slightly and is likely to continue through the June-August 2022 (59% chance), with a 50-55% chance of La Niña thereafter.
WEATHER FORECAST
  • Thunderstorms, Easterlies, Ridge of High Pressure Areas (HPAs), Southwest Monsoon, Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), Low Pressure Areas (LPAs) and Tropical Cyclones
  • San Miguel and Bato is expected to experience near normal rainfall in May, June and July
  • Light to moderate winds blowing from the East to Southwest will prevail
  • Range of temperature = 24°C-32°C
  • Relative Humidity = 86-87%
  • Moist soil moisture
  • Tropical cyclone forecast: May 0 or 1; June 1 or 2; July 1 to 3