Another typhoon will enter the country, as a part of Luzon is still recovering from a deluge brought by the recent monsoon rain.
If this active low pressure area or ALPA could become a tropical storm in two to three days, according to an interview with Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) forecaster Jun Galang
If the ALPA enters the Philippine Area of Responsibility or PAP, it will be named “Helen”. Galang also said that the ALPA will unlikely to make a landfall on our shores, “Kung walang pagbabago, hindi siya magla-landfall. Ang tungo nito north ng Taiwan papuntang China.”
In its latest weather bulletin as of 5 pm, PAGASA estimated that the ALPA at 1,020 kilometers east of Central Luzon.
The state weather bureau added the entire Philippines will experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers and thunderstorms. In an interview with Pagasa forecaster Fernando Cada, he explained that there is a high probability of rain in the afternoon and evening.
Unlike last Friday evening (August 10), when PAGASA raised the yellow warning signal in Metro Manila, but they lifted all warning signals at 1:30 a.m. on Saturday.