Typhoon Lanie, last tracked 1,485 kilometers east of extreme Northern Luzon, outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), will have no direct effect on any part of the country, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said on Tuesday.
“It has slightly intensified, and is moving slowly near the eastern boundary of PAR,” PAGASA weather forecaster Ariel Rojas said.
Lanie has no direct effect on any part of the country, he added.
“Lanie may enter PAR on Tuesday night or early Wednesday, and will be given the local name, ‘Lannie’. It is still not expected to have an effect on the weather,” he said, adding that it is also possible that it would no longer enter PAR.
A fair weather with isolated rain showers will continue to prevail across the country Tuesday, a weather forecaster said. “Most parts of Luzon, including Metro Manila, will have warm and humid weather. Isolated rains are still likely, and thunderstorms may be experienced in the… Read More