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2014 Typhoon Season: Bagyong Henry now in Taiwan area; New weather system to enter PAR in the next few days

22 Jul

Bagyong Henry (International Code: Matmo) is now on its way to Taiwan and out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility.  As of the latest PAGASA update issued 5 p.m. July 22, 2014, the typhoon still packs 130 kph winds near the center with gustiness reaching up to 160 kph. Typhoon Henry will be out of the P.A.R. by tomorrow morning.

Bagyong Henry Storm Track from (http://www.jma.go.jp)

Bagyong Henry will make landfall in Taiwan.  The category I Tropical Cyclone did not make landfall in the Philippines. It is expected to cross Taiwan at around midnight and will go to mainland China before dissipating.

Another weather disturbance is set to enter the PAR.  It is highly likely to develop into a tropical depression within 24 to 48 hours. If it becomes a tropical depression, it will be named Inday in the Philippines.

Weather outlook:  The Philippines especially Luzon including Metro Manila will experience an enhanced surge of the Habagat or Southwest Moonsoon. The Habagat will bring strong winds accompanied by moderate to heavy rains.  Residents in hazard-prone areas are advised to take precautions.

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2014 Typhoon Season: Bagyong Henry further accelerates; Will be out of PAR by Wednesday morning

21 Jul

Typhoon Henry is moving towards Taiwan at a very fast speed of 28 kph.  The typhoon has maintained its strength with maximum sustained winds of 130 kph near the center and gustiness reaching up to 160 kph. As of 5 p.m., Henry was tracked at 420 km East of Aparri, Cagayan. PAGASA has upgraded its storm signal warnings in Batanes group of islands to Signal No. 2. The province of Cagayan including Babuyan Island and the Calayan group of islands are still under public storm signal No.1.

Current active track of weather disturbances within PAR (courtesy of typhoon2000.ph)

Bagyong Henry will continue to enhance the Southwest Moonsoon or Habagat bringing rains all over the country. Sea travel using small seacraft in the Eastern seaboard of the country is not advisable.  Residents of landslide-prone and flood-prone areas are advised to take necessary precautions as occasional rains are expected throughout the day specially in Southern Luzon and the Visayas region.

Another Typhoon

Another low pressure system is developing near Guam and it has a 30-50% chance to develop into a tropical depression in the next 24 hours.

2014 Typhoon Season: Bagyong Henry accelerates; Signal No. 1 in 3 areas

20 Jul

Typhoon Henry (Matmo) is now packing wind speeds of 130 kph with gustiness reaching 160 kph.  The typhoon continues to move in a NW direction at 20 kph.  It is expected to make landfall in Taiwan Wednesday morning.  Henry has a potential to develop into a super typhoon that will have wind speeds over 200 kph.

Typhoon Henry (Matmo) storm track

PAGASA has issued Public Storm Signal Warning No.1 to the Batanes Group of Islands, Cagayan Province including Babuyan Island, and Calayan Group of Islands. Residents in the storm warning areas and nearby provinces are advised to be on alert for possible landslides and flashfloods due to the big possibility of moderate to heavy thunderstorms in the eastern of the country.  As of 4:00 am today, Bagyong Henry was tracked to be 340 km Northeast of Virac, Catanduanes.  Fisherfolks in the eastern seaboard of the country are advised not to venture out.

Cebu Outlook: Typhoon Henry enhances the Southwest Moonsoon or Habagat bringing breezy conditions with cloudy skies and occasional rainshowers in Cebu and nearby islands including Mindanao.

2014 Typhoon Season: Henry Intensifies; Still not expected to make landfall in the Philippines

19 Jul

Bagyong Henry (International Code: Matmo) has intensified while trudging along the Philippine sea.  The weather disturbance now packs maximum sustained winds of 95 kph with gustiness reaching up to 120 kph. PAGASA tracked Tropical Storm Henry at the North Philippines Sea, 560 km East of Guiuan, Eastern Samar as of its 11 am update Saturday July 19, 2014.  Henry is currently moving at a slow pace of 9 kph in a NNW direction.

Active weather systems in the PAR

Based in the current storm track projections, Henry will further intensify and will become a full-fledged typhoon in the next couple of days. The weather system is moving very slow making it gain more strength as it spends more time in the sea. There is a good chance for Henry to become a super typhoon like what happened to Glenda when it made its landfall in China.

The PAGASA has not issued any storm warning signals yet but smaller sea vessels are advised to avoid venturing out to the ocean especially those in the eastern seaboard of the country. The whole country is expected to experience isolated rain showers and thunderstorms in the coming days due to Henry and its Trough. People living in flood-prone and landslide-prone areas are advised to take necessary precautions and prepare for possible evacuation.

 

 

2014 Typhoon Season: Henry enters PAR; Not expected to make landfall in the country

17 Jul

Another weather disturbance has entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) after Bagyong Glenda which battered Luzon a few days ago.  Tropical Storm Henry (International code: Henry) is tracked in the Philippine Sea and as of 8 am, PAGASA locates Bagyong Henry around 880 km East of Guiuan, Eastern Samar. The tropical storm is moving slowly at 7 kph in a NNW direction.  Currently, Henry has maximum sustained winds of 65 kph.

Typhoons in the PAR

The typhoon is expected to intensify in the next few days but based on the current projections, Bagyong Henry will not make landfall in any part of the Philippines.  PAGASA has not raised any storm signals yet but rains are expected in the eastern part of the country.  Bigger waves are also expected in  the eastern seaboard of the Philippines especially in the eastern part of Mindanao and the Visayas.

 

 

2014 Typhoon Season: Glenda to make Landfall in Luzon

14 Jul

Typhoon Glenda (International Code: Rammasun) will be the first major typhoon for the country this year as it is set to make landfall in Luzon and will affect several provinces including Metro Manila. In PAGASA’s latest bulletin, Glenda packs 120 kph winds near the center with gustiness reaching up to 150 kph.

 

 Public Storm Warning Signal
PSWS Luzon Visayas Mindanao
# 3

(Winds of 101-185 kph is expected in at least 18 hrs)

Catanduanes, Albay and Sorsogon Northern Samar None
# 2

(Winds of 61-100 kph is expected in at least 24 hrs)

Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Masbate including Burias andTicao Islands, Marinduque, and Southern part of Quezon Northern part of Samar and Northern part of Eastern Samar None
#1

(winds of 30 – 60 kph is expected in atleast

36 hours)


Romblon, Oriental and Occidental Mindoro, Lubang Island, Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal, Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan, Zambales, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, Southern Aurora, Rest of Quezon including Polillo Islands, and Metro Manila Rest of Eastern Samar and of Samar, Northern Leyte including Biliran Island None

 

The Philippine’s main weather bureau has raised signal No. 3 in 4 provinces in its weather bulletin issued 11 p.m. on July 14, 2014 . Typhoon Glenda is tracked to be at 400 km East of Legazpi City. It is currently moving WSW at 22 kph.  Signal No.2 has been raised in most of the Bicol Region and some parts of Southern Luzon.  The rest of Southern Luzon and Metro Manila are now under Public Storm Signal No. 1. Storm Signal warnings are also raised in Samar and the Northern part of Leyte including Biliran Island.

Latest Typhoon in the Philippine Area of Responsibility

Based on the latest storm track of weather.com.ph, Typhoon Glenda will make landfall over Albay-Sorsogon area tomorrow afternoon and it is expected to cross Bicol region, Southern Luzon, and Metro Manila before it exits in Central Luzon on Wednesday afternoon. The typhoon will leave the Philippine Area of Responsility (PAR) by Thursday afternoon.

Residents in low lying areas under storm signals are advised to take necessary precautions. Sea travel is strictly prohibited. Classes have been suspended in most of the affected region.  Flight cancellations are expected due to the bad weather, contact your airline if travelling in the next 2 days. Glenda is expected to bring moderate to intense rain in a 500 km radius.

 

Cebu Outlook: Typhoon Glenda will not directly affect Cebu but rains brought by the weather disturbance are expected in the region. Bring your umbrellas tomorrow if going out and be earlier than usual as rains usually cause heavy traffic in major roads.

 

 

Super Typhoon Yolanda Recap

8 Nov

The worst over for the Philippines as Super Typhoon Yolanda (international code: Haiyan) came earlier than expected and exited faster than expected. The rapid acceleration of super typhoon helped minimize what could have been catastrophic damages in several areas in the country. The typhoon did extensive damage but it was mostly limited to areas where it made landfall. Early preparations were also a key in reducing the of life caused by the Category 5 typhoon.

Here is the recap of the hourly tracking made by the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration:

 

Time Coordinates Position
09:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.6°N, 116.3°E 515 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
08:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.5°N, 116.6°E 484 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
07:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.5°N, 116.8°E 462 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
06:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.5°N, 117.0°E 440 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
05:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.5°N, 117.2°E 420 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
04:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.4°N, 117.3°E 405 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
03:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.4°N, 117.7°E 360 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
02:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.4°N, 118.2°E 310 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
01:00 AM
09 November 2013
12.4°N, 118.7°E 165 km West Northwest of Coron,Palawan
12:00 MN
09 November 2013
12.2°N, 119.3°E 100 km West Northwest of Coron,Palawan
11:00 PM
08 November 2013
12.1°N, 119.7°E 55 km West Northwest of Coron,Palawan
10:00 PM
08 November 2013
12.0°N, 119.9°E 30 km West of Coron,Palawan
09:00 PM
08 November 2013
12.0°N, 120.3°E vicinity of Busuanga, Palawan
08:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.8°N, 120.6°E vicinity of Busuanga, Palawan
07:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.7°N, 120.9°E 202 km west of Roxas City
06:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.6°N, 121.4°E 147 km west of Roxas City
05:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.6°N, 121.5°E 136 km west of Roxas City
04:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.4°N, 121.7°E 115 km west of Roxas City or
over the water off the western coast of Antique
03:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.3°N, 121.9°E 15km offshore of Tibiao, Antique
02:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.3°N, 122.4°E vicinity of Tapaz, Capiz
01:00 PM
08 November 2013
11.3°N, 122.8°E vicinity of Cuartero, Capiz
12:00 NN
08 November 2013
11.2°N, 123.2°E over the vicinity of Concepcion, Iloilo
11:00 AM
08 November 2013
11.2°N, 123.6°E 15km west of Bantayan Island, Cebu
10:00 AM
08 November 2013
11.2°N, 124.1°E Daanbantayan, Cebu
09:00 AM
08 November 2013
11.0°N, 124.4°E Western Coast Of Palompon, Leyte
08:00 AM
08 November 2013
11.0°N, 124.7°E at the vicinity of Ormoc City, Leyte
07:00 AM
08 November 2013
11.0°N, 125.1°E Talosa,Leyte
06:00 AM
08 November 2013
10.9°N, 125.4°E 35 km West of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
05:00 AM
08 November 2013
10.8°N, 125.8°E in the vicinity of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
04:00 AM
08 November 2013
10.8°N, 126.2°E 62 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
03:00 AM
08 November 2013
10.7°N, 126.5°E 90 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
02:00 AM
08 November 2013
10.6°N, 126.9°E 135 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
01:00 AM
08 November 2013
10.5°N, 127.2°E 170 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
12:00 AM
08 November 2013
10.5°N, 127.6°E 210 km East Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
11:00 PM
07 November 2013
10.4°N, 127.9°E 250 km East Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
10:00 PM
07 November 2013
10.3°N, 128.3°E 290 km East Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
9:00 PM
07 November 2013
10.2°N, 128.7°E 338 km East Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
8:00 PM
07 November 2013
10.1°N, 129.1°E 384 km East Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
6:00 PM
07 November 2013
9.9°N, 129.7°E 453 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
5:00 PM
07 November 2013
9.9°N, 130.1°E 596 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
4:00 PM
07 November 2013
9.7°N, 130.5°E 543 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
3:00 PM
07 November 2013
9.5°N, 130.7°E 571 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
2:00 PM
07 November 2013
9.3°N, 131.1°E 622 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
1:00 PM
07 November 2013
9.2°N, 131.3°E 644 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
12:00 NN
07 November 2013
9.1°N, 131.6°E 679 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
11:00 AM
07 November 2013
9.0°N, 131.9°E 714 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
10:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.9°N, 132.1°E 637 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur or
738 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
9:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.8°N, 132.5°E 680 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
8:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.6°N, 132.8°E 712 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
7:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.5°N, 133.1°E 745 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
6:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.6°N, 133.3°E 767 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
5:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.5°N, 133.6°E 797 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
4:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.4°N, 133.8°E 822 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
3:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.3°N, 134.0°E 844 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
2:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.3°N, 134.4°E 888 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
1:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.3°N, 134.6°E 910 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
12:00 AM
07 November 2013
8.2°N, 134.9°E 943 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
11:00 PM
06 November 2013
8.1°N, 135.2°E 977 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
10:00 PM
06 November 2013
8.1°N, 135.5°E 1,110 km East of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur
8:00 PM
06 November 2013
7.9°N, 136.2°E 1,088 km East of Mindanao

 

Super Typhoon Yolanda made 6 landfalls.  First in Guiuan, Samar at 4:40 am then it moved to Talosa, Leyte then to Daanbntayan, Cebu then to Bantayan Island then to Concepcion, Ilo-Ilo then to Busuanga, Palawan.  There was a total blackout in the Visayas at the height of the storm.  Power was restored by late afternoon in some areas while many affected areas have no electricity as of the moment.  Telecommunications was also greatly affected as some areas are still hard to reach via mobile phone as of the moment. Thirteen airports suspended operations yesterday, cancelling 118 domestic flights. Based on the report of the NDRRMC, a total of 3,398 passengers, 76 sea vessels, 8 motorized bancas, and 743 rolling cargoes are stranded in the different ports of the country.  There were 800,000 evacuees in the 37 provinces affected by the typhoon.

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Super Typhoon Yolanda Update No. 5: Super Typhoon makes landfall with over 300 kph winds; Signal No. 4 in most parts of the Visayas

7 Nov

As of 7 am, Super Typhoon Yolanda was tracked at Talosa, Leyte after making landfall at Guiuan, Eastern Samar at 4:40 a.m. at dawn today. The typhoon accelerated and it arrived earlier than forecasted.

Areas Having Public Storm Warning Signal
PSWS # Luzon Visayas Mindanao
Signal No. 4
( >185 kph winds may be expected in at least 12 hours)
Masbate
Ticao Island
Southern Sorsogon
Romblon
Northern Samar
Eastern Samar
Samar
Leyte
Southern Leyte
Biliran
Northern Cebu
Cebu City
Bantayan
Camotes Islands
Northern Negros Occidental
Capiz
Aklan
Antique
Iloilo
Guimaras
Dinagat Province
Signal No.3
(Winds of >100 to 185 kph may be expected in at least 18 hours)
Rest of Sorsogon
Burias Island
Albay
Marinduque
Occidental Mindoro
Oriental Mindoro
Calamian Group of Islands
Rest of Negros Occidental
Negros Oriental
Rest of Cebu
Bohol
Surigao del Norte
Siargao Island
Signal No. 2
(winds of >60 to 100 kph may be expected in at least 24 hours)
Catanduanes
Camarines Sur
Southern Quezon
Laguna
Batangas
Rizal
Metro Manila
Cavite
Bataan
Lubang Islands
Northern Palawan
Puerto Princesa
Siquijor Camiguin
Surigao Del Sur
Agusan Del Norte
Signal No. 1
(30-60 kph winds may be expected in at least 36 hours)
Camarines Norte
Rest of Quezon
Polilio Island
Bulacan
Pampanga
Zambales
None Misamis Oriental
Agusan del Sur

The typhoon is currently crossing the Leyte Island.  It is expected to pass through Northern Cebu then Panay (Ilo-ilo, Aklan, Capiz), Romblon, Semirara Island, Southern Mindoro, then Busuanga. Yolanda (Haiyan) is expected to be out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility by Saturday afternoon.

From US Navy

It is already raining hard in Cebu and you can feel the winds already.  Everyone in the areas with Storm Signals are advised to be on alert for possible flashfloods, landslides, and destruction of property. Super Typhoon Haiyan or Yolanda is strongest typhoon since Typhoon Tip (Warling) in 1979.   Based on Typhoon2000.ph analysis, Yolanda packs winds up to 315 kph near the center although PAGASA’s analysis have it at 245 kph with gustiness up to 275 kph.  Nevertheless, those winds speeds are unheard of by this current generation as there was no typhoon in recent memory with those wind speeds and making landfall somewhere in the country.

Stay safe, everyone!

Super Typhoon Yolanda Update 4: More areas under Signal No. 4; Bantayan and Northern Cebu towns included

7 Nov

In their  November 7, 2013 11 p.m. weather bulletin, PAGASA raised Public Storm Warning Signal No.4 in many areas in the Visayas. These towns and provinces are the most likely areas that Super Typhoon Yolanda (international code: Haiyan) will pass through before exiting the Philippine Area of Responsibility. Added in the list of threatened areas are Bantayan Island and the extreme Northern Cebu Towns like San Remigio, Daanbantayan, and Bogo. If the typhoon will not change course, it will also affect Boracay Island which one of the top tourist destinations in the country.

Areas Having Public Storm Warning Signal
PSWS # Luzon Visayas Mindanao
Signal No. 4
( >185 kph winds may be expected in at least 12 hours)
Masbate Northern Samar
Eastern Samar
Samar
Leyte
Southern Leyte
Biliran Province
extreme Northern Cebu
Bantayan Island
Capiz
Aklan
Northern Antique
Northern Iloilo
None
Signal No.3
(Winds of >100 to 185 kph may be expected in at least 18 hours)
Ticao Island
Sorsogon
Romblon
Calamian Group of Island
Rest of Antique
Rest of Iloilo
Guimaras
Northern Negros Occidental
Northern Negros Oriental
Bohol
Northern Cebu
Cebu City
Camotes Island
Siargao Island
Dinagat Province
Signal No. 2
(winds of >60 to 100 kph may be expected in at least 24 hours)
Mindoro Provinces
Marinduque
Albay
Extreme Northern Palawan
Burias islands
rest of Negros Occidental
rest of Negros Oriental
Siquijor
Rest of Cebu
Camiguin
Surigao Del Norte
Surigao Del Sur
Agusan Del Norte
Signal No. 1
(30-60 kph winds may be expected in at least 36 hours)
Metro Manila
Bataan
Camarines Norte
Camarines Sur
Catanduanes
Southern Quezon
Laguna
Rizal
Cavite
Batangas
Lubang Island
Rest of Northern Palawan
Puerto Princesa
None Misamis Oriental
Agusan del Sur

Metro Cebu is still under signal No.3 while the southern towns of Cebu are under Signal No. 2. Heavy to intense rainfall is expected in the 600 km diameter of the Category 5 typhoon. It started to rain just before midnight in Cebu City and the rains are expected to continue until tomorrow afternoon.

Storm Track

If the storm track forecast of weather.com.ph is correct, the typhoon will make landfall in Leyte then move towards the Northern tip of Cebu Island, then towards the Eastern portion of Panay before exiting towards the West Philippine Sea. Residents living within 200 kilometers from the expected path of the typhoon are strongly advised to prepare and take all necessary precautions to avoid the loss of life. Residents need to constantly monitor the situation through AM Radio, TV, Internet, and they to coordinate with their local governments when it comes to evacuation and emergency procedures.

Latest UPDATE on Super Typhoon YOLANDA

Super Typhoon Yolanda Update No.3: Signal No.4 in 5 areas; Cebu City under Signal No. 3

7 Nov DSC_0407

In PAGASA‘s latest weather bulletin, 5 areas are declared under Public Storm Warning Signal No. 4. Eastern Samar, Samar, Leyte, Southern, and Biliran could experience winds higher than 185 kph in the next few hours. Signal No.3 was declared in 8 areas including Cebu City in weather bulletin issued at 5:00 pm today.

PSWS # Luzon Visayas Mindanao
Signal No. 4
( >185 kph winds may be expected in at least 12 hours)
None Eastern Samar
Samar
Leyte
Southern Leyte
Biliran island
None
Signal No.3
(Winds of >100 to 185 kph may be expected in at least 18 hours)
None Northern Samar
Masbate
Northern Cebu
Cebu City
Bantayan island
Siargao Island
Dinagat Province
Signal No. 2
(winds of >60 to 100 kph may be expected in at least 24 hours)
Romblon
Sorsogon
Albay
Ticao
Burias island
Bohol
Negros Occidental
Negros Oriental
Aklan
Capiz
Antique
Rest of Cebu
Iloilo
Guimaras
Camiguin
Surigao Del Norte
Surigao Del Sur
Agusan Del Norte
Signal No. 1
(30-60 kph winds may be expected in at least 36 hours)
Camarines Norte
Camarines Sur
Catanduanes
Mindoro Provinces
Marinduque
Northern Palawan
Calamian Group of Island
Southern Quezon
Siquijor Misamis Oriental
Agusan del Sur

At the time of the release of this Severe Weather Bulletin, Cebu City had cloudy skies with little to no rainfall.  Traffic was moving fast because there were less vehicles in the road as many people opted to stay home. Some shopping centers were still packed with shoppers but many establishments decided to close down early so that their employees can go home and prepare for the strong typhoon.  Rains started to fall at around 7:20 pm in Cebu City.

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Cebu City at 5:30 pm

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North Reclamation Area Cebu City 5:35 pm, Nov. 7, 2013

Cebuanos are strongly advised to heed the warning signals of PAGASA even if they are experiencing relatively calm weather. Super Tyhoon Yolanda (International code: Haiyan) is the strongest typhoon in the world this year and people should not take that fact for granted. Winds of over 200 kph could uproot trees and cause catastrophic damage in structures. The brunt the typhoon will only arrive tomorrow and residents are advised not to go out of their houses unless it is very important.  People in living unsafe structures or in landslide or flashflood-prone areas are advised to go to designated evacuation centers or seek shelter with relatives in safer areas. Signal No.3 is declared as a precaution since PAGASA’s weather bulletin only comes once every six hours.

As of 6 pm, Super Typhoon Yolanda is tracked at 453 km Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar.  It is moving West Northwest at a speed of 37 kph.  It is expected to make landfall somewhere between Samar and Leyte before noontime tomorrow.

Ferocious Yolanda approaches the Philippines

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