Rappler's latest stories on Typhoon Paeng
Kong-rey is located 1,815 kilometers east of the Visayas as of Saturday afternoon, September 29, still outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility
Paeng (Trami) is now out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility, but a tropical depression which would be named Queenie might enter on Tuesday, October 2
This tropical depression might enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Tuesday, October 2. Meanwhile, Typhoon Paeng (Trami) is on its way out of PAR.
There is a low pressure area outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility which could become a tropical cyclone. Typhoon Paeng, meanwhile, is still slowly moving away.
The southwest monsoon will affect parts of the Visayas and Mindanao on Thursday, September 27
Paeng (Trami) is located 735 kilometers east of Basco, Batanes, slowly moving north toward Japan
But a gale warning remains issued for parts of Luzon and the Visayas, as rough to very rough seas are expected
The southwest monsoon is expected to trigger light to heavy rain in the Zamboanga Peninsula and the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao
Paeng (Trami) also maintains its track away from land, though it could bring light to moderate rain in the coming days
The trough or extension of the stronger Paeng (Trami) will affect Western Visayas, the Zamboanga Peninsula, Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, and Soccsksargen
Paeng (Trami) is already 795 kilometers east of Basco, Batanes, moving west northwest at 15 km/h
Paeng (Trami) now has maximum winds of 185 km/h and gustiness of 225 km/h
Only the outer rainbands of Paeng (Trami) could affect extreme Northern Luzon later in the week
Paeng (Trami) now has maximum winds of 150 km/h and gustiness of 185 km/h as of Sunday evening, September 23
Paeng (Trami) enters the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Sunday, September 23. It has no direct effect on the country, so far.
Eastern Visayas Mindanao and parts of Northern Luzon can expect rainy weather on Tuesday November 4