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Philippine First - Auring

By: YelloworangeRose , 4:23 AM GMT on January 08, 2017



Lapu Lapu city
Fri Afternoon
A mix of sun and clouds
88°F Feels like 99
Fri Evening
Partly cloudy 79°F Feels like 81
Fri Overnight
Partly cloudy 75°F Feels like 75

Sat Morning
Cloudy with sunny breaks
79°F Feels like 79
Sat Afternoon
Cloudy with showers
84°F Feels like 93
Sat Evening
Partly cloudy
79°F Feels like 79

Cebu City

Fri Afternoon
A mix of sun and clouds
86°F Feels like: 97
POP: 20%
Rain: -
Wind: 16 mph NE
Wind gust: 24 mph
Humidity: 73%

Fri Evening
Partly cloudy
79°F Feels like: 81
POP: 20%
Rain: -
Wind: 12 mph N
Wind gust: 17 mph
Humidity: 76%

Fri Overnight
Partly cloudy
75°F Feels like: 75
POP: 20%
Rain: -
Wind: 9 mph N
Wind gust: 12 mph
Humidity: 76%

Sat Morning
Cloudy with sunny breaks
79°F Feels like: 79
POP: 20%
Rain: -
Wind: 16 mph NE
Wind gust: 21 mph
Humidity: 76%


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1st cyclone to enter PAR to hit VisMin : the Source
The first tropical cyclone to enter the Philippine area of responsibility this year will make landfall in Surigao and is expected to bring rains in most parts of the Visayas and Mindanao.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said the low-pressure area east of Mindanao intensified into a tropical depression yesterday morning and was named Auring.

Weather forecaster Benison Estareja said Auring would maintain its strength as it passes through Mindanao, bringing moderate to heavy rains in central and southern Philippines as well as Palawan.

As of 4 p.m. yesterday, Auring was estimated at 185 kilometers east of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur. It is moving west-northwest at seven kilometers per hour.

Auring packs maximum winds of up to 55 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 75 kph.

Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Dinagat Islands, Misamis Oriental, Camiguin, Davao del Norte and Compostela Valley are under typhoon Signal No. 1.

Residents of areas under typhoon warning signal are alerted against possible flash floods and landslides.

Auring is expected to be 95 kms northwest of Dumaguete City on Tuesday morning and in the vicinity of Puerto Princesa, Palawan on Wednesday.

Auring is expected to exit the country on Thursday.

Meanwhile, PAGASA said cloudy skies with light rains is expected over Cagayan Valley, Aurora and Quezon due to the northeast monsoon.

Metro Manila as well as the regions of Cordillera, Ilocos and the rest of Central Luzon will have partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated light rains.



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48. Proserpina
1:44 AM GMT on April 03, 2017
Adelante, siempre adelante! Actually there is a well known Spanish story with this title!
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47. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
5:30 AM GMT on February 27, 2017
YelloworangeRose has created a new entry.
46. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
4:07 AM GMT on February 27, 2017
it was really cold Saturday with the wind blowing. Might rain again on Tuesday/Wednesday and Spring "starts" this week. =)
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45. OrangeRoses
10:56 PM GMT on February 26, 2017
I worry too. Tanque for visiting my blog if that was U !
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44. YelloworangeRose
3:12 PM GMT on February 26, 2017
Hi qf wasn't feeling well. Had to take a leave . doin better now and gonareport work tom.
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43. quartzfireweatherblo
6:36 PM GMT on February 20, 2017
I think you said you listened to the Video at the top my blog. Introducing 3D in Windows 10 I changed my profile because that song you hear is Called "Have you ever Seen the Rain " Slightly different than the former profile.
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42. YelloworangeRose
2:51 AM GMT on February 20, 2017
Quoting 41. quartzfireweatherblo:

I'm so proud of you for setting up most of your blog to have automatic updates. And How you see B 's blog and take the time to make me happy because you believe in her and she does you. So long ago I helped you start your blog and it is a piece of artwork.

YES My GURU ^_^ this blog is here because of your help and guidance as well. You are a good teacher and someone who taught me to be observant of what's going on and hows the weather Accross The Universe

"Across The Universe"
("Let It Be" Version)

Words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup
They slither while they pass, they slip away across the universe
Pools of sorrow waves of joy are drifting through my opened mind
Possessing and caressing me

Jai guru deva om
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world

Images of broken light which dance before me like a million eyes
They call me on and on across the universe
Thoughts meander like a restless wind
Inside a letter box they
Tumble blindly as they make their way
Across the universe

Jai guru deva om
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world

Sounds of laughter shades of life are ringing
Through my open ears inciting and inviting me
Limitless undying love which shines around me like a million suns
And calls me on and on across the universe

Jai guru deva om
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world
Nothing's gonna change my world

Jai guru deva
Jai guru deva
Jai guru deva
Jai guru deva
Jai guru deva
Jai guru deva...
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41. quartzfireweatherblo
12:52 AM GMT on February 20, 2017
I'm so proud of you for setting up most of your blog to have automatic updates. And How you see B 's blog and take the time to make me happy because you believe in her and she does you. So long ago I helped you start your blog and it is a piece of artwork.
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40. YelloworangeRose
1:29 AM GMT on February 18, 2017
Hi gg hi hades hi everyone. Sunny and windy here
Just planted lot of seeds eggplant celantro sweet basil cherry tomato cactus sunflower and etc
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39. GardenGrrl
3:19 PM GMT on February 17, 2017
Hi YOR

Hi Hades
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38. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
5:53 AM GMT on February 17, 2017
really spring-like temperatures forecast for my area on the last full week of February.
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37. YelloworangeRose
4:26 AM GMT on February 17, 2017
Hi GG and Shirley thanks for the Valentines greetings and for remembering me . Hope you had a nice valentines day.
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36. GardenGrrl
11:13 AM GMT on February 14, 2017
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35. WeatherWise
7:21 PM GMT on February 10, 2017
Hi YOR, Your flower photos in the side bar are quite pretty. Love your bird photos in your comment. You are right - you should be proud of those photos. It is not easy to get a photo of a bird. Great job. Thanks for the visit to my blog. I have missed hearing from you.
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34. YelloworangeRose
12:53 AM GMT on February 07, 2017
33. HadesGodWyvern

Colder and stronger wind than normal. When its 5 am and i take shower, the water is a brrrrrrrr. dont have heater here since we dont get much cold weather.

32. quartzfireweatherblo
OK i think im going to send her one too. Will send it via email and offlines.

WATCH: A bright green meteor just streaked above the USFlash... boom. It took just seconds for a bright green fireball - and apparent meteor - to streak across the dark sky over Wisconsin at about 1:31am Monday morning.

But thanks to the magic (and paranoia) of our digital age, there's tonnes of security and dash-cam video of the event, and it's already all over the internet.
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33. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
7:03 PM GMT on February 06, 2017
so what did you get rain-wise from Bising now that the system is moving away from the country?
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32. quartzfireweatherblo
10:58 PM GMT on February 05, 2017
You made me happy to see the NewB blog and I had a lot of trouble find my own current blog. The number of attempts to follow took hours! B never asks but I will send the new B blog the new address.
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31. YelloworangeRose
11:58 AM GMT on February 05, 2017
Hi gg thanks for the visit. Hope you're having a nice weather.
Hi hades I see someone in pag ASA is being lazy to update the website lol
It has been windy here all day and the wind is cold. Thanks for the update.

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30. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
12:56 AM GMT on February 05, 2017
Is not impressed with the PAGASA app. It still has information for Auring from January as the current tropical cyclone system.
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29. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
6:24 PM GMT on February 04, 2017
Philippines Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration
Tropical Cyclone Advisory #4
TROPICAL DEPRESSION BISING
11:00 PM PhST February 4 2017
==============================
Tropical depression "BISING" has maintained its strength and is now moving in a north northwest direction

At 10:00 PM PhST, Tropical Depression Bising (1004 hPa) located at 8.9N 130.3E or 440 km east of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur has 10 minute sustained winds of 25 knots. The depression is reported as moving north northwest at 6 knots.

Additional Information
=====================
Estimated rainfall amount is from moderate to heavy rains within the 300 km diameter of the tropical depression.

Sea travel is risky over the eastern Seaboard of southern Luzon, of Visayas, and of Mindanao.

The public and the disaster risk reduction and management council concerned are advised to take appropriate actions and watch for the next weather bulletin to be issued at 11 PM today.
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28. GardenGrrl
2:58 AM GMT on February 04, 2017
Hi YOR, good to see you are hanging in there. Had no idea that the Earth periodically changes pole magnetics. That is interesting.
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27. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
8:28 PM GMT on February 03, 2017
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26. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
11:10 AM GMT on February 03, 2017
first warning on 98W
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Sea East Of Mindanao Island
At 15:00 PM JST, Tropical Depression (1002 hPa) located at 7.1N 132.9E has 10 minute sustained winds of 30 knots. The depression is reported as moving west northwest slowly.

Dvorak intensity: T2.0

Forecast and Intensity
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24 HRS: 9.1N 129.9E - 35 knots (Tropical Storm/CAT 1) Sea East Of Mindanao
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25. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
7:09 AM GMT on February 03, 2017


shows a tropical storm east of Visayas in 48 hours.
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24. YelloworangeRose
12:57 AM GMT on February 03, 2017
Its going to be another rainy week end? yaiks it is laundry time for me. Hi hades glad to see you. thanks for visiting.
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23. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
8:33 PM GMT on February 02, 2017
tropical cyclone formation alert for 98W, in sea east of the Philippines, from the Japan Meteorological Agency.
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22. OrangeRoses
4:56 AM GMT on February 02, 2017
Irradiations and Conflagrations

By: OrangeRoses , 3:38 PM CST on February 01, 2017
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21. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
3:16 AM GMT on February 01, 2017
There might be a system east of the Philippines by February 4-5th..
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20. YelloworangeRose
3:06 AM GMT on January 30, 2017

Earth’s magnetic poles are set to swap places - and we're totally unprepared

When north becomes south.
PHIL LIVERMORE & JON MOUND, THE CONVERSATION
30 JAN 2017
Earth’s magnetic field surrounds our planet like an invisible force field - protecting life from harmful solar radiation by deflecting charged particles away. Far from being constant, this field is continuously changing.

Indeed, our planet’s history includes at least several hundred global magnetic reversals, where north and south magnetic poles swap places. So when’s the next one happening and how will it affect life on Earth?

During a reversal the magnetic field won’t be zero, but will assume a weaker and more complex form.

It may fall to 10 percent of the present-day strength and have magnetic poles at the equator or even the simultaneous existence of multiple 'north' and 'south' magnetic poles.

Geomagnetic reversals occur a few times every million years on average. However, the interval between reversals is very irregular and can range up to tens of millions of years.

There can also be temporary and incomplete reversals, known as events and excursions, in which the magnetic poles move away from the geographic poles - perhaps even crossing the equator - before returning back to their original locations.

The last full reversal, the Brunhes-Matuyama, occurred around 780,000 years ago.

A temporary reversal, the Laschamp event, occurred around 41,000 years ago. It lasted less than 1,000 years with the actual change of polarity lasting around 250 years.\

Power cut or mass extinction?

The alteration in the magnetic field during a reversal will weaken its shielding effect, allowing heightened levels of radiation on and above Earth’s surface.

Were this to happen today, the increase in charged particles reaching Earth would result in increased risks for satellites, aviation, and ground-based electrical infrastructure.

Geomagnetic storms, driven by the interaction of anomalously large eruptions of solar energy with our magnetic field, give us a foretaste of what we can expect with a weakened magnetic shield.

In 2003, the so-called Halloween storm caused local electricity-grid blackouts in Sweden, required the rerouting of flights to avoid communication blackout and radiation risk, and disrupted satellites and communication systems.

But this storm was minor in comparison with other storms of the recent past, such as the 1859 Carrington event, which caused aurorae as far south as the Caribbean.

The impact of a major storm on today’s electronic infrastructure is not fully known.

Of course any time spent without electricity, heating, air conditioning, GPS or internet would have a major impact; widespread blackouts could result in economic disruption measuring in tens of billions of US dollars a day.

In terms of life on Earth and the direct impact of a reversal on our species we cannot definitively predict what will happen as modern humans did not exist at the time of the last full reversal.

Several studies have tried to link past reversals with mass extinctions - suggesting some reversals and episodes of extended volcanism could be driven by a common cause.

However, there is no evidence of any impending cataclysmic volcanism and so we would only likely have to contend with the electromagnetic impact if the field does reverse relatively soon.

We do know that many animal species have some form of magnetoreception that enables them to sense Earth’s magnetic field.

They may use this to assist in long-distance navigation during migration. But it is unclear what impact a reversal might have on such species.

What is clear is that early humans did manage to live through the Laschamp event and life itself has survived the hundreds of full reversals evidenced in the geologic record.

Can we predict geomagnetic reversals?

The simple fact that we are 'overdue' for a full reversal and the fact that Earth’s field is currently decreasing at a rate of 5 percent per century, has led to suggestions that the field may reverse within the next 2,000 years.

But pinning down an exact date - at least for now - will be difficult.

Earth’s magnetic field is generated within the liquid core of our planet, by the slow churning of molten iron. Like the atmosphere and oceans, the way in which it moves is governed by the laws of physics.

We should therefore be able to predict the 'weather of the core' by tracking this movement, just like we can predict real weather by looking at the atmosphere and ocean.

A reversal can then be likened to a particular type of storm in the core, where the dynamics - and magnetic field - go haywire (at least for a short while), before settling down again.

The difficulties of predicting the weather beyond a few days are widely known, despite us living within and directly observing the atmosphere.

Yet predicting Earth’s core is a far more difficult prospect, principally because it is buried beneath 3,000 kilometres of rock such that our observations are scant and indirect.

However, we are not completely blind: we know the major composition of the material inside the core and that it is liquid.

A global network of ground-based observatories and orbiting satellites also measure how the magnetic field is changing, which gives us insight into how the liquid core is moving.

The recent discovery of a jet-stream within the core highlights our evolving ingenuity and increasing ability to measure and infer the dynamics of the core.

Coupled with numerical simulations and laboratory experiments to study the fluid dynamics of the planet’s interior, our understanding is developing at a rapid rate.

The prospect of being able to forecast Earth’s core is perhaps not too far out of reach.

Phil Livermore, Associate Professor of geophysics, University of Leeds and Jon Mound, Associate Professor of Geophysics, University of Leeds

This article was originally published by The Conversation. Read the original article.
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19. YelloworangeRose
2:56 PM GMT on January 28, 2017
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caught this blue bird having breakfast
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steel feel lucky i got these shot even if its not so clear.
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18. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
6:25 AM GMT on January 27, 2017
A Korean couple hit the ground while para gliding . It was a bad accident caused by strong wind. A tree broke and fell today hitting our neighbor.


sounds like a terrible accident.
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17. YelloworangeRose
12:50 PM GMT on January 25, 2017
Hi hades WW and QF
thanks for visiting my blog and checking me out.
It has been sunny here for two days now . we have strong winds once in a while. A Korean couple hit the ground while para gliding . It was a bad accident caused by strong wind. A tree broke and fell today hitting our neighbor.
The rains had me always sleepy and lazy that is why i was away most of the time and not visiting blogs ^_^ hope everyone is ok.
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16. quartzfireweatherblo
6:44 PM GMT on January 23, 2017
Hope you are OK. and the storms go way

Who'll Stop The Rain Creedence Clearwater Revival, Creedence Clearwater Revisited

Long as I remember
The rain been comin' down.
Clouds of myst'ry pourin'
Confusion on the ground.
Good men through the ages,
Tryin' to find the sun;
And I wonder,
Still I wonder,
Who'll stop the rain.

I went down Virginia,
Seekin' shelter from the storm.
Caught up in the fable,
I watched the tower grow.

Five year plans and new deals,
Wrapped in golden chains.
And I wonder,
Still I wonder
Who'll stop the rain.

Heard the singers playin',
How we cheered for more.
The crowd had rushed together,
Tryin' to keep warm.
Still the rain kept pourin',
Fallin' on my ears.
And I wonder,
Still I wonder
Who'll stop the rain.

Songwriters: GLENN GREGORY, IAN MARSH, MARTYN WARE
© Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
For non-commercial use only.
Data from: LyricFind
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15. WeatherWise
3:05 AM GMT on January 23, 2017
Rainy weekend here, YOR. Hi. Long time since you have visited my blog. Guess you are busy elsewhere. Take care.
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14. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
12:28 AM GMT on January 23, 2017
mother nature sure making it rain in the southern and central Philippines.
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13. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
2:49 AM GMT on January 22, 2017
finally got a sunny day this week. Temperature rose up to about 54F (12C).

The fog that occurs in the evening hours just won't go away with it still being winter and acting like spring.
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12. YelloworangeRose
10:46 PM GMT on January 21, 2017
Today - Scattered thunderstorms with a high of 80 °F (26.7 °C) and a 25% chance of precipitation. Winds NE at 9 to 11 mph (14.5 to 17.7 kph).

Tonight - Mostly clear. Winds variable at 9 to 14 mph (14.5 to 22.5 kph). The overnight low will be 78 °F (25.6 °C).
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11. YelloworangeRose
10:07 PM GMT on January 19, 2017
Today - Cloudy with a high of 82 °F (27.8 °C). Winds NNE at 14 mph (22.5 kph).

Tonight - Partly cloudy. Winds from N to NNE at 11 to 14 mph (17.7 to 22.5 kph). The overnight low will be 79 °F (26.1 °C).

HI hades I think king sun will show himself to us here today.
about time for the ground has been too muddy and the chickens having a hard time to roam around
weird weather indeed.
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10. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
9:31 PM GMT on January 19, 2017
January has been kind of rainy here too.

It hasn't snowed at all this month, which is not normal.

A snowy December and a rainy January. weird season.
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9. YelloworangeRose
10:13 PM GMT on January 18, 2017
Today - Showers with a high of 80 °F (26.7 °C) and a 40% chance of precipitation. Winds from NE to ENE at 11 to 16 mph (17.7 to 25.7 kph).

Tonight - Showers with a 45% chance of precipitation. Winds variable at 9 to 14 mph (14.5 to 22.5 kph). The overnight low will be 77 °F (25.0 °C).
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8. YelloworangeRose
2:16 AM GMT on January 18, 2017
A month’s worth of rain hit CDO – Pagasa
By Helen Flores
Philippine Star18 January 2017

At least one month’s worth of rain poured within 24 hours in Cagayan de Oro City, the state weather bureau said as five deaths were reported from the massive flooding spawned by last Monday’s torrential rains in Northern Mindanao.
The severe flooding caught many residents of Cagayan de Oro City by surprise on Monday afternoon, but the state weather bureau maintained it issued sufficient warnings against flashfloods.
Rene Paciente, senior weather forecaster at the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), said thunderstorm advisories were issued by the agency for Northern Mindanao as early as 11 a.m. Monday.
He said the agency raised a yellow rainfall warning, meaning heavy rains were expected, at 4 p.m.
A few hours later, the alert level color was changed to red, the highest warning.
PAGASA said the tail-end of a cold front and a low-pressure area triggered the heavy downpour.
Paciente said the downpour started early afternoon and continued late into the night, triggering severe floods in various parts of Cagayan de Oro.
Paciente admitted there is no Doppler radar currently installed in Cagayan de Oro that could have given a more accurate picture of the weather disturbance and allow PAGASA to issue earlier warnings.
He said weather forecasts, including rainfall, are made at the PAGASA station in El Salvador City, approximately 20 kilometers away from Cagayan de Oro.
Paciente said the province of Misamis Oriental gets its rainfall data from Doppler radars located in Cebu and Guiuan, Eastern Samar.
The amount of rainfall recorded in 24 hours at the PAGASA station in El Salvador almost reached its average monthly rainfall.
“It’s possible that Cagayan de Oro received more rains than El Salvador,” he said.
Paciente said the warnings of heavy rainfall were sent to local officials through text messages.
Paciente said another Doppler radar would be installed in Bohol this year, which could give a better weather forecast for Cagayan de Oro.

^_^ Lots of paciente said right?
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7. YelloworangeRose
10:25 PM GMT on January 12, 2017
Hi hades,
It was on the news that we are going to have rainy weekend. haist.
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6. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
6:51 PM GMT on January 12, 2017
97W will bring you more rain.. it's just east of Mindanao right now.
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5. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
9:20 AM GMT on January 09, 2017
PAGASA has weakened the system to a low pressure area. JMA still monitors it.

Japan Meteorological Agency
Tropical Disturbance Summary
15:00 PM JST January 9 2017
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Mindanao
At 6:00 AM UTC, Tropical Depression (1004 hPa) located at 10.1N 124.2E has 10 minute sustained winds of 30 knots. The depression is reported as moving west slowly.
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4. YelloworangeRose
9:39 PM GMT on January 08, 2017
Quoting 3. HadesGodWyvern:

Bohol has had landfall as well.


Ayayay
I hope not much damage in our ricefields and cocunut and also my little farm house.
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3. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
9:27 PM GMT on January 08, 2017
Bohol has had landfall as well.
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2. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
10:36 AM GMT on January 08, 2017
Tropical Depression AURING has made landfall over Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte

Estimated rainfall amount is from moderate to heavy within 300 km diameter of the tropical depression.

Residents of areas with TCWS #1 and over the rest of eastern and central Visayas are alerted against possible flash floods and landslides.

Fisherfolks and those with small seacrafts are advised not to venture out over the eastern seaboard of Visayas and of Mindanao.

Tropical Cyclone Warning Signals elsewhere are now lifted.

Signal Warning #1
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Visayas Region
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Bohol
Siquijor
Negros Provinces
Southern Leyte
Cebu
Guimaras
Southern part of Iloilo
Southern part of Antique

Mindanao Region
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Agusan del Norte
Surigao del Sur
Surigao del Norte including Siargao Island
Dinagat Province
Misamis Oriental
Camiguin
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1. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
8:18 AM GMT on January 08, 2017
Signal Warnings

Signal Warning #1
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Very light or no damage to high risk structures,
Light damage to medium to low risk structures
Slight damage to some houses of very light materials or makeshift structures in exposed communities. Some banana plants are tilted, a few downed and leaves are generally damaged
Twigs of small trees may be broken.
Rice crops, however, may suffer significant damage when it is in its flowering stage.
Wave Height: (Open Sea) 1.25-4.0 meters.

Visayas Region
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Bohol
Siquijor
Negros Provinces
Southern Leyte
Cebu
Guimaras
Southern part of Iloilo
Southern part of Antique

Mindanao Region
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Agusan del Sur
Agusan del Norte
Surigao del Sur
Surigao del Norte including Siargao Island
Dinagat Province
Misamis Oriental
Misamis Occidental
Camiguin
Northern Zamboanga del Norte
Lanao del Norte
Northern Lanao del Sur

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Estimated rainfall amount is from moderate to heavy within 300 km diameter of the tropical depression.

Residents of areas with TCWS #1 and over the rest of eastern and central Visayas are alerted against possible flash floods and landslides.

Expected to make landfall over Surigao del Sur between today (evening) until tomorrow (early morning).

Fisherfolks and those with small seacrafts are advised not to venture out over the eastern seaboard of Visayas and of Mindanao.

Tropical Cyclone Warning Signals elsewhere are now lifted.
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