Be Prepared: Typhoon Ineng is here to stay
Weather updates for the long weekend
(SPOT.ph) Typhoon Ineng slowed down and sustained its strength while continuing to linger over northern Luzon. According to PAGASA’s weather bulletin, Ineng is expected to cling onto the Philippine Area of Responsibility until Friday.
Public Storm Signal No. 3 was raised in the Batanes and Cagayan area, along with some of the Calayan and Babuyan Islands. PAGASA warned that extreme damages over structures may be brought by the strong winds, as well as a possible storm surge in coastal areas and waves reaching 14 meters. Meanwhile, Public Storm Signal No. 2 was raised in northern Isabela, Kalinga, Apayao, Abra, and Ilocos Norte. Ifugao, Mt. Province, Benguet, La Union, and Ilocos Sur are still at Public Storm Signal No. 1. According to PAGASA’s forecast, a storm surge is unlikely to happen.
Monsoon rains on the other hand are expected to shower over Central Luzon, while light and occasional rains will continue to hover over Metro Manila.
Folks, hold onto your umbrellas and jackets. Stay safe Spotters!
Screenshot from the PAGASA website