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Airways and Terminal Forecast
 
MAY 30, 2015 Rev.0 

FBPH:  291800Z

AWYS AND TRML FCST VALID BEGINNING : 300800H UNTIL 310800H


SYN SITUATION:

RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE AREA (HPA) AFFECTING LUZON WK PRES GRAD ASSW LGT TO MOD SLY TO SWLY WINDS OVR LUZON BECMG SELY OVR THE REST OF THE FCST AREA PD

PHIL AWYS:

FEW TO SCT CU SC BASES 360M/1200FT TO 450M/1500FT TOPS 570M/1900FT TO 780M/2600FT ASSW FEW TO SCT TCU/CB BASES FRM 270M/900FT TO 330M/1100FT TOPS 6900M/23000FT TO 14700M/49000FT SCT TO BKN AS/AC BASES 1980M/6600FT TO 2460M/8200FT T0PS 4500M/15000FT TO 5400M/18000FT SCT TO BKN CI/CS 9600M/32000FT AND ABV ALL HTS FRM MSL PD WX PARTLY CLDY TO CLDY SKIES W/ ISOL TS MOSTLY IN THE AFTERNOON OR EVENING OVR THE WHOLE FCST AREA PD


WINDS ALOFT: (All speed in KT/KMH)
3000M/10000FT:

270DEG05KT/10KMH OVR XTRM NRN LUZON VRB05KT/10KMH OVR NRN LUZON 130DEG05KT/10KMH OVR REST OF LUZON 110DEG05KT/10KMH OVR PALAWAN AND WRN VISAYAS 100DEG10KT/20KMH OVR REST OF VISAYAS VRB05KT/10KMH OVR MINDANAO
5400M/18000FT:

320DEG05KT/10KMH OVR XTRM NRN LUZON 020DEG05KT/10KMH OVR NRN LUZON 080DEG10KT/20KMH OVR REST OF LUZON 110DEG05KT/10KMH OVR PALAWAN WRN VISAYAS 100DEG10KT/20KMH OVR ERN VISAYAS AND OVR MINDANAO
9000M/30000FT:

050DEG20KT/40KMH OVR XTRM NRN LUZON 010DEG05KT/10KMH OVR NRN LUZON 040DEG15KT/30KMH OVR CNTRL LUZON 070DEG10KT/20KMH OVR REST OF LUZON 300DEG10KT/20KMH OVR WRN VISAYAS 270DEG10KT/20KMH OVR REST OF VISAYAS 350DEG10KT/20KMH OVR PALAWAN 020DEG05KT/10KMH OVR WRN MINDANAO 040DEG10KT/20KMH OVR REST OF MINDANAO
11700M/39000FT:

060DEG35KT/70KMH OVR NRN LUZON 050DEG15KT/30KMH OVR CNTRL LUZON 040DEG20KT/40KMH OVR REST OF LUZON 290DEG10KT/20KMH OVR WRN VISAYAS 280DEG10KT/20KMH OVR REST OF VISAYAS 070DEG05KT/10KMH OVR PALAWAN 190DEG05KT/10KMH OVR WRN MINDANAO 290DEG05KT/10KMH OVR REST OF MINDANAO

MULTI-LEVEL 30-HR PROG CHARTS VALID UNTIL  0000UTC 31 MAY 2015   

             (Courtesy of WAFC-Washington)

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700hPa Prog
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500 Wind500hPa Prog Chart 300 Wind
300hPa Prog Chart
200 Wind
200hPa Prog Chart
RPUO RPLI RPLW RPUQ RPUT RPUA RPLB RPLC RPLJ RPLL RPLN RPLP RPLS RPLQ RPLU RPLV RPLW RPLX RPLY RPLZ RPUA RPUB RPUC RPUD RPUE RPUF RPUG RPUH RPUI RPUJ RPUK RPUL RPUM RPUN RPUP RPUR RPUS RPUU RPUV RPUW RPUX RPUY RPVA RPVB RPVC RPVD RPVE RPVF RPVG RPVH RPVI RPVJ RPVK RPVL RPVM RPVN RPVO RPVP RPVR RPVS RPVT RPVU RPVV RPMA RPMB RPMC RPMD RPME RPMF RPMG RPMH RPMI RPMJ RPMK RPML RPMN RPMO RPMP RPMQ RPMR RPMS RPMT RPMW RPMY RPMZ TRMLS : CIG 2760M/9200FT OCNLY LWRG TO 2370M/7900FT OR LESS IN ISOL SHRA AND TS LWRG TO 2010M/6700FT OR LESS IN LGT RA AND SCT SHRA OR TS PD VIS 10KMS LWRG TO 7KMS OR LESS IN LGT TO MOD PCPN LWRG FURTHER TO 5KMS TO 3KMS OR LESS IN MOD TO HVY PCPN OR THICK MRNG HZ PD SFC SLY TO SWLY OVR LUZON BECMG SELY OVR THE REST OF FCST AREA AT 10KMH TO 20KMH W/ GUSTS OF UP TO 40KPH DURING TS PD   

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DROUGHT / DRY SPELL ASSESSMENT

as of 29 May 2015


•  47 provinces affected by drought/dry spell and likely to improve;

•  13 provinces affected by drought/dry spell and likely to continue

Weak El Niño is present in the tropical Pacific Ocean.  Since October 2014, warmer than average sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) of at least 0.5 °C were observed. Recent computer output from global climate models suggest that El Niño condition will likely to continue until mid-2015 with the chances of strengthening toward the end of the year. 



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