Tropical Depression (TD) Ambo made landfall over Aurora early this morning and weakened to a low pressure system. It is now located over Dinalungan, Aurora and is forecasted to move west northwest (PAGASA).
All Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal are lifted.
This low pressure system (TD Ambo) will still bring light to moderate rains in Northern and Central Luzon that may trigger floods and landslides in these areas.
FPH ASSETS AT RISK
BWF (Burgos) management and employees are recommended to continue to monitor this low pressure system.
Satellite image from Himawari-8, Japan
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CURRENT AND FORECAST INFORMATION
Satellite image below shows LPA ( TD Ambo) still showing clusters of rainfall (areas with darker red) to the north and west of Luzon.
PAGASA’s latest forecast track shows location of LPA (TD Ambo). Forecast tracks are not issued for LPA systems.
JMA/Japan forecast intensification of LPA (TD Ambo) once it reaches the West Philippine Sea by tomorrow (28 June). No significant effect to the Philippines is expected.
OBSERVED RAINFALL AND FLOOD ALERT
Latest recorded rainfall by JAXA (Japan; 7-8am 27 June) shows clusters of rainfall to the north and west of Luzon. Current data shows LPA carrying only light to moderate rain of up to 10mm/hr.
3-DAY RAIN FORECAST MAPS
Rainfall maps for the next three days (27-29 June) show light to moderate rains in western coast of north Luzon and Visayas, and cloudy conditions the rest of the country. Isolated thunderstorms are expected over parts of Mindanao.
THIS IS THE LAST AND FINAL ADVISORY FOR THIS LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM (TROPICAL DEPRESSION AMBO) UNLESS IT RE-INTENSIFIES INSIDE THE PHILIPPINE AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (PAR).
5-DAY LOCALIZED FORECAST IN AREAS WITH FPH ASSETS
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Read our previous Rainy Season Advisories:
Rainy Season Advisory #1: Here comes the rain again
Rainy Season Advisory #2: Rhythm of the falling rain
Rainy Season Advisory #3: Through the rain
Watch out for our next series on Preparedness and La Nina!
ABOUT THIS ADVISORY
This Weather Advisory/Update is being provided by the Oscar M. Lopez Center for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management Foundation, Inc. (OML Center) in collaboration with Dr. Gerry Bagtasa, an Atmospheric Physicist from UP Diliman and team member of DOST Project NOAH. SMS updates are also provided during holidays and weekends.
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Information provided here is based on data from PAGASA and other sources such as JMA and JTWC, among others. JMA is the official weather agency of the northwest Pacific region. PAGASA is the official agency in PAR and main data source for this report.
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