Good morning Dear Rapplers!
A tropical storm with the international name Jelawat will enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) either on Holy Monday, March 26, or Holy Tuesday, March 27.
For now, Jelawat is not expected to make landfall in the country. But do stay tuned so we can keep you updated on this.
Meanwhile, have you made plans for the Holy Week break? We came up with handy guides to help you out:
If you are planning to go on a Visita Iglesia, you may want to add these churches to your stop-overs
For more updates, inspiring content, and Holy Week trivia, visit this page: Holy Week in the Philippines.
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