Fair weather in next 5 days


Ce­buanos are en­cour­aged to bring um­brel­las as they head home to their towns to cel­e­brate All Souls’ and All Saints’ Days if not to fend off the heat of the sun, but to be ready when a sud­den down­pour or rain­show­ers will hap­pen.

Al Quiblat, Philip­pine At­mo­spheric, Geo­phys­i­cal and As­tro­nom­i­cal Ser­vices Ad­min­is­tra­tion (Pa­gasa)Mac­tan chief, said in a phone in­ter­view that it would be a fair weather in Cebu in the next five days es­pe­cially since storm Quedan left the coun­try on Satur­day.

Ac­cord­ing to the weather bu­reau, Metro Cebu and the rest of Cebu prov­ince in the next five days will ex­pe­ri­ence sunny days and partly cloudy skies with iso­lated rain­show­ers and thun­der­storms, which will most likely hap­pen in the late af­ter­noon and early evening.

“(From) Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, kay sunny weather ug partly cloudy unya patak pat-ak nga pag uwan. Du­nay chance nga mobun­dak ang uwan sa pana­hon nga du­nay lo­cal­ized thun­der­storm, he said.

(From Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, it will be a sunny weather. It will also be partly cloudy with scat­tered rain­show­ers and there is a chance that a down­pour will hap­pen if their will be a l ocal­ized thun­der­storm.)

He also said that they mon­i­tored no weather sys­tem that could af­fect the Visayas in the time when Ce­buanos cel­e­brate All Souls’ and All Saints’ Days.

“Wala man tay nakita sa atong sys­tem nga makaapekto sa Visayas for the next five days. Walay bagyo or LPA (low pres­sure area), Quiblat said.

(We have ob­served no weather sys­tem that could af­fect the Visayas in the next five days. There is no ty­phoons or LPA.)

He also said that the ITCZ (in­tertrop­i­cal con­ver­gence zone) af­fect­ing Min­danao on Satur­day would weaken and could not af­fect Cebu.

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