As of 2 a.m. 23 April 2014

Metro Manila



25.2°C

      CALM

no rainfall

Laoag



26.5°C

      CALM

no rainfall

Tuguegarao



25.8°C

      CALM

no rainfall

Baguio



18.8°C

      CALM

no rainfall

Legazpi



26.0°C

WNW at 3.6 kph

no rainfall

Borongan



26.9°C

ENE at 7.2 kph

no rainfall

Roxas



26.3°C

      CALM

trace mm. in 6 hrs

Puerto Princesa



27.3°C

W at 3.6 kph

0.1 mm. in 6 hrs

Zamboanga



24.8°C

NE at 3.6 kph

no rainfall

Bacolod



26.0°C

      CALM

no rainfall

Cagayan De Oro



24.7°C

SSE at 7.2 kph

no rainfall

Davao



27.2°C

NE at 3.6 kph

no rainfall

Catarman



26.0°C

      CALM

0.4 mm. in 6 hrs

Cebu



27.0°C

NNE at 7.2 kph

no rainfall

 

 

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Laoag
Tuguegarao
Baguio
Metro Manila
Legaspi
Guiuan
Catarman
Roxas
Tacloban
Bacolod
Cebu
Puerto Princesa
Cagayan De Oro
Zamboanga
Davao
Northern Luzon PRSD NCR PRSD Southern Luzon PRSD Visayas PRSD Mindanao  PRSD

WEATHER WARNING/ADVISORIES

HYDROLOGICAL INFO/WARNINGS

CLIMATE ADVISORIES

ASTRONOMICAL UPDATE

  • Astronomical Diary

    Issued: April 2014

    An Annular Eclipse of the Sun will occur on April 29, 2014, however, it will no...

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: Borongan Synop,Eastern Samar Air Temperature: 24°C Humidity: 0%

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: Daanbantayan, Cebu Air Temperature: 25°C Humidity: 90.7%

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: Kidapawan, North Cotabato Air Temperature: 24.3°C Humidity: 92.6%

As of 2014-04-24 03:30:00: Ozamis, Misamis Occidental Air Temperature: 22.4°C Humidity: 85.6%

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: San Jose Synoptic Station Air Temperature: 26.3°C Humidity: 86.4%

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: Siquijor Air Temperature: 33.3°C Humidity: 0%

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: State University, Bohol Island Air Temperature: 23°C Humidity: 94%

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: Tampakan, South Cotobato Air Temperature: 22.2°C Humidity: 98.4%

As of 2014-04-24 03:00:00: Torrijos Marinduque State University Air Temperature: 22.3°C Humidity: 100.3%

Extended Forecast

Metro Manila

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
25°C
34°C
24°C
34°C
24°C
34°C
25°C
34°C
25°C
35°C

Tuguegarao City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
24°C
35°C
24°C
35°C
25°C
35°C
25°C
36°C
25°C
35°C

Laoag City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
25°C
32°C
25°C
33°C
25°C
34°C
25°C
34°C
24°C
34°C

Baguio City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
17°C
24°C
16°C
24°C
16°C
25°C
16°C
24°C
15°C
24°C

Legazpi City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
25°C
31°C
24°C
31°C
24°C
30°C
25°C
31°C
25°C
32°C

Puerto Princesa City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
26°C
32°C
25°C
32°C
25°C
33°C
25°C
32°C
25°C
32°C

Metro Cebu

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
25°C
30°C
25°C
31°C
24°C
31°C
24°C
31°C
24°C
32°C

Cagayan de Oro City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
24°C
31°C
24°C
30°C
24°C
31°C
25°C
31°C
25°C
32°C

Metro Davao

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
25°C
33°C
25°C
33°C
24°C
33°C
24°C
33°C
25°C
33°C

Iloilo City / Bacolod City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
25°C
31°C
25°C
32°C
25°C
33°C
24°C
33°C
25°C
33°C

Tacloban City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
25°C
31°C
24°C
31°C
24°C
30°C
24°C
31°C
25°C
31°C

Zamboanga City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
26°C
30°C
26°C
31°C
26°C
32°C
25°C
33°C
24°C
32°C

Lipa City

Apr 23 (Wed)Apr 24 (Thu)Apr 25 (Fri)Apr 26 (Sat)Apr 27 (Sun)
22°C
29°C
23°C
30°C
24°C
31°C
24°C
32°C
24°C
32°C

News

  • Termination of the Northeast Monsoon

    26 MARCH 2014

    The northward migration of the Siberian High Pressure Area, and the establishment of the Ridge of North Pacific High Pressure Area that extended to the north of the country have shifted the wind direction from northeasterly to easterly. 

     


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  • Special Weather Outlook for Metro Cebu (EDSA People Power Revolution Day)

    Issued 24 February 2014

    Tomorrow, Metro Cebu will have generally fair weather condition apart from possible occurrence of light rains due to the Northeast Monsoon.  Winds will be moderate coming from the northeast.


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  • Rainfall Warning System in Metro Manila

    The PAGASA Rainfall Warning System (RWS) is in operational mode since its launching on June 20, 2012 but is still open for suggestions to improve it. The initial color coding: YELLOW, GREEN, RED
    was used based on the color coding scheme of the Community-Based Flood Early Warning System (CBFEWS) under the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) project.
    Effective today, the code GREEN of the RWS is changed to ORANGE such that the warning levels are now YELLOW, ORANGE and RED. These colors are generally associated with awareness, preparedness and emergency respectively.
    The color ORANGE was adopted as it is a more appropriate representation of the severity of the situation. This was based on suggestions after our Information Education Campaign (IEC) efforts with the media and discussions with the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and Department of Interior and Local Government-National Capital Region (DILG-NCR).
    Please be guided accordingly.


    NATHANIEL T. SERVANDO Ph.D(original signed)
    Administrator

Events

  • Engaging youth in the World and National Meteor...

    Encouraging young people to learn more about the weather and climate system and to contribute to action on climate change, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) celebrates this year’s World and National Meteorological Day (WMND) focusing on the youth with the theme “Weather and Climate: Engaging Youth”.
     

    As member of the WMO, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has lined-up different activities for the WMND celebration on 21 March 2014. To create awareness and encourage active participation from the youth, DOST-PAGASA included the following activities:
     

    •  Youth Scientific Forum - Open to high school and college students, this forum will discuss the basics of meteorology, climate and warning systems. (Participation is free but pre-registration is required on a first-come first-serve basis)
    •  Junior Weather Broadcasting Competition - Open to 3rd and 4th year college students, this contest will showcase the reporting skills of the students by delivering the latest weather update.
    •  Weather Observation Challenge – Open to 3rd and 4th year high school students, this contest will orient the students about the scientific observation of weather parameters.
         
    Application forms:


    The deadline for the submission of application forms is on 18 March 2014, 5:00PM extended to 19 March 2014, 5:00 PM. Interested participants may email the application forms to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

     

    For further details and to know more about the contest mechanics, please contact Ms. Venus Valdemoro of the Public Information Unit at telefax numbers 927-9308 or 434-269
  • Celebration of the National Astronomy Week

    The National Astronomy Week (NAW) is an annual event being observed every 3rd week of February. This year the occasion will be celebrated on 17-21 February 2014 with the theme "Building Bonds: Connecting People through Astronomy".
    The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), the agency mandated under Presidential Proclamation No. 130, to spearhead the annual celebration, has prepared the following activities for the whole celebration:

    1. Free Planetarium Shows
    2. Stargazing and Telescoping Sessions at PAGASA Observatory
    3. Star Party Contest for High School Level (First-Come, First-Served Basis)
    4. Free Posters in Astronomy to Visiting Schools at the Planetarium and Astronomical Observatory.

    The free planetarium shows and lecture and telescoping sessions will be held at the PAGASA Science Garden and Astronomical Observatory, respectively. These activities will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Planetarium shows will be conducted from 8:00 AM to 5:00 P.M. daily, while telescoping sessions will start at 7:00 o�clock nightly. Please see Attachment 1 for the mechanics of the Star Party Contest.
    Interested parties who would like to visit our astronomical facilities during the celebration may call at telephone number 434-2715 for reservation purposes.
    VICENTE B. MALANO, Ph. D.(sgd.)
    Acting Administrator
    10 January 2014

    For more information, call:

    Engr. Dario L. Dela Cruz
    Chief, Space Sciences and Astronomy Section (SSAS),(RDTD)
    PAGASA, DOST
    Tel/Fax Nos. 434-27-15

Foreign/Local Assisted Projects

  • KOICA 2

    STUDY/PILOT AREA/BASIN:   Pasig - Marikina River Basin

                                                 

  • NPGA Bicol

    PROJECT TITLE:                         Improvement of Capabilities to Cope with Natural Disasters ca

  • Sentinel Asia Mini-Project

    STUDY/PILOT AREA/BASIN:   Sentinel Asia Mini-Project:  Use of OSM

                                       

NMHS

  • National Meteorological and Hydrological Service (NMHS)

     

    The National Meteorological and Hydrological Services own and operate most of the infrastructure that is needed for providing the weather, climate, water and related environmental services for the protection of life and property, economic planning and development, and the sustainable exploitation and management of natural resources.


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