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Slow-moving tropical depression to bring plenty of rain to Mindanao

Good evening from the Western Pacific Weather team. While Kai-tak is continuing to move further away from the Philippines, a tropical depression east of the Philippines is heading its way toward Mindanao. The slow-moving system is currently drifting to the west. Sea surface temperatures are warm enough to aid in the storm’s moisture potential, but […]

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Kai-tak drawing rain, while another low pressure approaches Mindanao

Good afternoon from the Western Pacific Weather team. Tropical Storm Kai-tak (Urduja) continues to push to the west away from the Philippines, and while it is over the open waters, it is still impacting nearby areas of land. The system is helping to enhance the rain over Luzon. Some locations are still seeing high amounts […]

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Kai-tak passing over Palawan, significant rain in southern Luzon

Good afternoon from the Western Pacific Weather team. Tropical Storm Kai-tak (Urduja) is passing over Palawan in the western Philippines but is drawing significant moisture into southern Luzon. This is leading to significant rainfall, including flash flooding problems. The rain is training (moving along a single area) and will likely continue to lead to problems […]

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