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Storm Ulysses On Course to Hit Bicol, Still Reeling from Rolly

Plus, tips on how to stay safe.
by Joel Guinto
Nov 9, 2020
Photo/s: Facebook/PAGASA

(UPDATE) Tropical Depression Ulysses is on track to make landfall in the Bicol Region by Wednesday, as millions there reeled from the aftermath of Super Typhoon Rolly one week ago, weather bureau PAGASA said.

Ulysees could intensify into a typhoon before it hits land, PAGASA said. It is currently classified as a tropical depression with maximum sustained winds of 55 kph and 70 kph gusts.

Over the weekend, Tropical Storm Tonyo brought rains to the Central Philippines and was out of the Luzon mainland as of Monday, PAGASA said.


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By Tuesday, eastern parts of Bicol and Eastern Visayas Regions could start feeling rains and winds due to Ulysees, PAGASA said.

Rolly was the strongest storm on the planet for 2020 when it slammed into the Bicol Region on Nov. 1, leaving over a dozen people killed and thousands homeless.

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