Ty­phoon Nina weak­ens

Sun.Star Pampanga - - HEALTH! -

In a weather bul­letin re­leased by Pa­gasa at 11 a.m. Tues­day, it has an­nounced that the eye of the ty­phoon Nina is now over west of Iba, Zam­bales.

Ac­cord­ing to Pa­gasa, Nina, which now has a max­i­mum sus­tained winds of up to 105 kph and gusti­ness of up to 130 kph will pos­si­bly exit the Philip­pine Area of Re­spon­si­bil­ity (PAR) Tues­day evening, De­cem­ber 27.

The bureau ad­vised the pub­lic and the Dis­as­ter Risk Re­duc­tion and Man­age­ment Coun­cil to take ap­pro­pri­ate ac­tions and watch for the next weather bul­letin to be is­sued at 11 p.m. to­day.

Ty­phoon Nina, with In­ter­na­tional name Nock­Ten, made a to­tal of eight land­falls all over the coun­try.

It has left four fa­tal­i­ties in Bi­col and more than 300,000 in­di­vid­u­als dis­placed.

Catan­d­u­anes and Ca­marines Sur, the two prov­inces that are badly af­fected by Nina, were both placed un­der state of calamity.

(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

A res­i­dent takes a photo of the pas­sen­ger ferry Shut­tle Roro 5 which rests by the shore af­ter be­ing swept by ty­phoon Nock-Ten (lo­cal name Nina) a day af­ter Christ­mas Mon­day, Dec. 26, 2016 at Mabini town­ship, Batangas prov­ince south of Manila,...

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