'Ramil' ex­its PH

Sun.Star Pampanga - - NATION! -

MANILA -- “Ramil” has in­ten­si­fied into a se­vere trop­i­cal storm but is now out of the Philip­pine Area of Re­spon­si­bil­ity (PAR), state weather bureau Philip­pine At­mo­spheric, Geo­graph­i­cal and As­tro­nom­i­cal Ser­vices Ad­min­is­tra­tion (Pa­gasa) said Fri­day.

In its 4 a.m. weather bul­letin, “Ramil” was last ob­served at 240 kilo­me­ters north of Pa­gasa Is­land in Palawan and headed for Viet­nam.

De­spite "Ramil's" exit, Pa­gasa said some parts of the coun­try will still ex­pe­ri­ence rains due to the north­east mon­soon af­fect­ing north­ern Lu­zon.

Ar­eas af­fected in­clude the Ca­gayan Val­ley re­gion, the prov­inces of Apayao and Ilo­cos Norte. The rest of Cordillera and Ilo­cos re­gion will be partly cloudy to cloudy skies with iso­lated rains.

Palawan will ex­pe­ri­ence cloudy skies with scat­tered rains and thun­der­storms due to “Ramil”. Metro Manila and the rest of the coun­try will have iso­lated rain­show­ers or thun­der­storms.

Wind in Palawan, the rest of Lu­zon will be mod­er­ate to strong and coastal wa­ters will also be mod­er­ate to strong. Sea travel is risky over the north­ern and western seaboards of north­ern Lu­zon. (PNA)

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