After two consecutive typhoons namely Glenda and Henry that caused a lot of damages to properties and sacrificed lives, here comes another possible typhoon and it will be called Inday once it already entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility. According to Jori Loiz, PAGASA weather forecaster, a low pressure area (LPA) was spotted east of Bicol Region though it is still outside of PAR.
Though there is no definite track for the next typhoon that may hit our country, it is advised to those who are sailing with small vessels to take extra care. On the next days, we will be informed of the possible track of Inday along with its effects on our climate. Meanwhile, the rest of the country will experience scattered rains and thunderstorms especially in the afternoon.
Now that typhoon Henry is outside of PAR, we don’t have to worry anymore about it but we need to set our eyes and senses to the next one. With regards to the condition of the coastal areas, it will be moderate to rough and that should be noted by those who are residing in areas like this. With good information and appropriate preparations for the typhoons that might come in our country, we will be able to manage our lives and survive the tests.
Going back to the possible cyclone that may enter PAR, we should be prepared always for whatever may happen. This is the reason why weather news are so important in bringing into the awareness of people about the weather. Be updated with the latest information on weather news by visiting this site because we will update you the soonest fresh from the reliable sources in service to the country. Let us continue praying for the Philippines.