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The Start of This Week is Typhoon-Free, Says PAGASA

It's a three-day respite from typhoons.
Nov 15, 2020
Photo/s: Jerome Ascano

For three days at least, it looks like the Philippines will be typhoon-free, PAGASA said Sunday, after powerful storms in succession triggered floods and displaced thousands.

The forecast was given late Sunday by PAGASA Forecaster Chris Perez: "Sa next three days, wala tayong inaasahang bagyo." However, the Amihan or Northeast Monsoon could bring cloudy skies to some parts of Luzon.

Keep in mind that based on the typhoon names for 2020, in alphabetical order, PAGASA is expecting at least four more: Vicky, Warren, Yoyong and Zosimo. The country is also under La Nina or a prolonged wet season.


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Super Typhoon Rolly (Goni) devastated the Bicol Region at the start of November and over the weekend, Typhoon Ulysses (Vamco) inundated Metro Manila and the Cagayan Valley Region.

Without a typhoon, Metro Manila will have generally fair and warm weather in the next three days he said.

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