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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Update for Typhoon #ChedengPH



UPDATE ON TYPHOON MAYSAK (‪#‎ChedengPH‬)
April 2, 2015



As of 04:00PM, April 2, 2015, Typhoon CHEDENG (Maysak) slowed down as it moved from 19 kph West-Northwest to 15 kph Northwest but maintained its strength of 175 kph maximum sustained winds and gustiness of up to 210 kph. It was estimated based on all available data at 970 km East Southeast of Virac, Catanduanes (13.0˚N, 133.2˚E).


Due to this development, PAGASA will be raising Public Storm Warning Signal (PSWS) #1 later this evening instead of this afternoon over Bicol provinces. Once PSWS #1 is hoisted, sea travel over these areas will be suspended.
TY CHEDENG is expected to weaken further as it moves slowly towards the eastern seaboard of Luzon.

It is estimated to make landfall over the eastern coast of Aurora - Isabela area by Sunday late morning (April 5) and exit PAR over Ilocos Sur area by Monday afternoon (April 6).

Moderate to Heavy rainfall is expected within 150-200 km radius of the typhoon.
Storm surges and sea surface waves of less than 3 meters are possible over the eastern coasts of Quezon, Aurora and Isabela.

It is advised to refrain from outdoor activities particularly along beaches of eastern Luzon starting Saturday.

What to expect during Holy Week (April 2– 5, 2015)
Thursday – Friday (April 2-3):
• Eastern Luzon will experience good weather today and tomorrow.
• Basically fair weather (warm and humid) with the possibility of isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms is expected over the central and western sections of the country until Friday.

Saturday & Sunday (April 4 - 5):
• Rains and gusty winds will be experienced over eastern coast of Luzon and stormy weather is expected over Central-Northern Luzon by Sunday.
• Greater Metro Manila Area will have occasional rains and gusty winds while the rest of the country will have warm and humid condition.
• Rough to very rough sea conditions will prevail over the eastern seaboard of Luzon, hence dangerous to all sea vessels.

This outlook will be updated when significant changes in the weather pattern occurs.




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