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This is one rare experience, as the next annular solar eclipse visible in the Philippines will be on February 28, 2063
Do you know what Signal Nos. 1 to 5 are based on? Here's a quick explainer.
What are PAGASA operations like? What exactly do common weather forecasting terms mean? Rappler talks to PAGASA Senior Weather Specialist Chris Perez.
'Sa mga susunod na araw at buwan ay posible na po tayong makaranas o maramdaman na natin 'yung malamig na simoy ng hangin,' says PAGASA Weather Specialist Ana Clauren
State weather bureau PAGASA also says it is the DENR's Environmental Management Bureau which handles haze-related advisories
State auditors say the P398-million fund transfer to the DICT 'had no recorded liquidation reports and information as to the implementation of the project for almost two years'
The heat index isn't just about the temperature. Here's what it means, how it affects people, and what people can do to protect themselves.
The city disaster management office and the City Agriculturist Office are proposing P43.8 million to purchase fertilizer and vegetable seeds, as well as buy or rent equipment
PAGASA urges Visayas and Mindanao residents to prepare for possible flooding and landslides due to occasional heavy rain
This is reportedly the longest total lunar eclipse of the century. The eclipse will start at 1:13 am Philippine Standard Time.
This is due to the summer solstice, or when the sun is 'directly over the Tropic of Cancer'
The weather in the Philippines will generally be 'warmer and drier,' but isolated rains are still expected
Here's what you need to know about tropical cyclones and other terms used in everyday weather forecasts
The storm is expected to veer away from the Philippines and will not affect weekend weather
However the storm is not expected to make landfall as it is forecast to eventually move northeast and out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility
The weather disturbance is last located 1 285 km east of southern Luzon and is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility within Tuesday April 25
Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms will be experienced over Metro Manila and the rest of the country PAGASA says
State weather bureau PAGASA says that if the negative temperature was indeed true then Atok and nearby municipalities should have experienced snow
The state weather bureau issued several rainfall advisories starting Sunday but the warning of serious flooding was made only at 6:30 pm Monday
PAGASA says Auring is expected to make landfall over the Surigao provinces between Sunday evening and early Monday morning
In the absence of storm signals local government units have discretionary powers
Here s a list of tropical cyclone names for 2016 Is your name on it?
The state weather bureau says there is a 50 chance that La Niña will develop in the last quarter of the year
Still the state weather bureau places 5 areas under Signal Number 3 as Lando kills one and forces 23 000 to flee their homes
The last time PAGASA hoisted Signal No 4 was when Super Typhoon Yolanda Haiyan ravaged the Visayas in November 2013
For Metro Manila residents Typhoon Lando Koppu remains dangerous even if it is not expected to bring as much rain as Tropical Storm Ondoy did in 2009
The state weather bureau says the increase in extremely damaging tropical cyclones in the country makes the previous storm warning systems inadequate
The NTC targets the implementation of the Implementing Rules and Regulations IRR by the third week of April What do you think should be added to the IRR?
Only 4 areas remain under storm warning signals as Chedeng Maysak remains almost stationary off the coast of Aurora province
PAGASA places 19 areas under storm warning signals down from 26 as Chedeng is expected to make landfall on Sunday morning April 5 over the coast of Isabela Aurora
UPDATED Tropical Storm Chedeng is expected to make landfall over the coast of southern Isabela between 4 and 6 am on April 5
For the past 67 years there have only been 32 tropical cyclones that entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility in the month of April according to data from the state weather bureau
The Philippines is the 3rd most disaster prone country in the world making hazard maps a necessity for Filipinos
Inquirer report based on 2013 Commission on Audit data says officials; Story demoralizing to scientists employees of state weather bureau
Brace for the heaviest monsoon rains August 6 7 PAGASA says
UPDATED PAGASA places Catanduanes Albay Sorsogon and northern Samar under Signal No 3; and Metro Manila under Signal No 1
Climate changes may also increase the danger of war because already scarce natural resources including drinking water will be under greater pressure
Heavy rains caused by a low pressure area have flooded several communities in Davao del Norte
The temperature recorded early Sunday is just 0 7 degrees shy of the coldest temperature ever experienced in the metropolis
Stop the rumors and be sensitive about the plight of traumatized Yolanda survivors Science Secretary Montejo appeals
A typhoon s name is retired from PAGASA s list once it causes at least 300 deaths or P1B worth of damage in crops and infrastructure
Since 1991 there have been 14 previous instances when Signal No 4 was raised in the country
The petition on Change org addressed to the weather bureau has received mixed reactions
The petition hopes that it the new typhoon names would be a constant reminder of how [the Filipinos ] hard earned money has been stolen or misspent by corrupt politicians
The weather bureau is acquiring less Doppler radars and cutting down on contractual and project based employees next year
Meanwhile Metro Manila and the rest of the country will be partly cloudy to cloudy for the next 24 hours