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Storm off Batanes intensifies

Storm off Batanes intensifies

Tropical depression “Emong” (international name “Nanmadol”) further intensified into a tropical storm while on its way outside the country’s area of responsibility, the State weather bureau said yesterday.

The formation of two to three tropical cyclones is likely this July, which could either make landfall or veer away north of the country, the government weather bureau said.

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The ridge of high pressure area (HPA), an anti-cyclone weather system, will continue to prevail over the eastern side of Luzon and Visayas today (Wednesday), but sudden rains in the afternoon or evening could still occur due to heightened thunderstorm activity during the southwest monsoon or “habagat” season.

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Iwasan: Leptospirosis ngayong rainy season

On the day the government agency proclaimed this, heavy rains poured in many corners of the Philippines, including Metro Manila.

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The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration said tropical cyclones originating from eastern Pacific Ocean tend to move and curve northeast but these cyclones pull the southwest monsoon or “hanging habagat” inland, enhancing its effects.

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Scattered to frequent rain showers and thunderstorms mostly in the afternoon or evening will prevail over some parts of the country throughout the week.

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