Latest ‘Bagyong Queenie’ Forecast Update: QueeniePH Inside PAR, No Landfall Seen


Tropical Depression 30W, the potential QueeniePH, approaching (Ventusky). Super Typhoon PaengPH is set to exit PAR on Saturday but a new cyclone is approaching. Already a tropical depression, it will be named ‘Queenie’, aka ‘Bagyong Queenie’ or QueeniePH, when it enters the Philippine Area of responsibility on Tuesday. SCROLL More...

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By Randy Antonio On Friday, September 28th, 2018
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LATEST Bagyong Paeng Forecast Update: Typhoon #PaengPH Headed for Japan

The potential #PaengPH near Guam. (Earth Wind Map) Just days after the exit of Typhoon Ompong, a new storm is approaching the Philippines again. To be called #PaengPH, or Bagyong Paeng, once it enters the Philippine More...

Typhoon Ompong update
By Jason Lewis Corpuz On Friday, September 14th, 2018

Signal #4 Now Over Cagayan, Isabela as Typhoon Ompong Moves Closer & Faster

Typhoon Ompong moving closer and closer. (NASA NOAA) Earlier Typhoon Ompong signals are now happening. Signal #4 is raised over Cagayan and parts of Isabela,and Signal #5 is highly possible in the next several More...

Typhoon Ompong
By Randy Antonio On Friday, September 14th, 2018

Bagyong Ompong Update: Signal No. 4 Area Widens as #OmpongPH Makes Landfall

Latest position of Typhoon Ompong. (Earth Wind Map) Super Typhoon Ompong maintained its strength on Wednesday night after entering the Philippines Area of Responsibility (PAR) hours earlier. #OmpongPH is still More...

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By Randy Antonio On Tuesday, September 11th, 2018
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‘Super Typhoon’ Mangkhut (#OmpongPH) Targets N. Luzon, Arrives Wednesday

Latest update on ‘Mangkhut, aka Super Typhoon OmpongPH. (PAGASA) As one storm leaves, a super typhoon approaches. That potential super typhoon is ‘Mangkhut’ (to be named #OmpongPH or Bagyong Ompong), More...

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By Jason Lewis Corpuz On Monday, September 10th, 2018

‘Bagyong Neneng’: Tropical Depression #NenengPH Exits as ‘Mangkhut’ Nears

Two LPA, including a potential Bagyong Neneng, being monitored. (earth Wind Map) PAGASA is monitoring two low pressure areas (LPA) inside the Philippines Area of Responsibility (PAR). One of those LPAs may intensify More...

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By Randy Antonio On Sunday, September 2nd, 2018

‘Bagyong Maymay’: Typhoon #MaymayPH Exits Sunday Night, Rains to Continue

Potential #MaymayPH storm off the Philippines. (Earth Wind Map) Two weather systems are being monitored by PAGASA – a potential new storm to be named #MaymayPH, and Typhoon Jebi out in the Pacific which may More...

Bagyong Karding
By Jason Lewis Corpuz On Friday, August 10th, 2018

‘Bagyong Karding’ Update: #KardingPH to Exit PAR Tonight, New Cyclone Enhances Habagat

Bagyong #KardingPH and the new tropical depression to the west. (PAGASA) A new low pressure area (LPA) already inside PAR may become a storm anytime now. To be named Bagyong Karding, or #KardingPH, once it enters, More...

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By Randy Antonio On Saturday, August 4th, 2018

LPA Inside PAR & Tropical Storm Shanshan Affecting Southwest Monsoon (Habagat)

The LPA and Severe Tropical Storm Shanshan. (Earth Wind Map) Two weather systems are the reasons for the bad weather in the country at present. A low pressure area (LPA) entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility More...

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By Randy Antonio On Friday, July 27th, 2018

New LPA Spotted Off Batangas, Monsoon Rains Forecast in Luzon & Visayas

As the potential #KardingPH moved away from the Philippines, a new low pressure area (LPA) has formed near Ambulong, Batangas. As such, monsoon rains will continue to to be felt in the western sections of Luzon More...