- Another low pressure area (LPA) was spotted moving closer to Philippines
- The potential storm is likely to enter PAR on Christmas Day
- Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon will experience light to moderate rains
Another low pressure area (LPA) or potential storm was spotted at the Pacific Ocean and it was reported to be moving closer to the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) according to PAGASA. KAMI learned that the potential storm is likely to enter PAR on Tuesday morning, Christmas Day.
In a report by Inquirer, the LPA was last spotted 1,515 kilometers east of Mindanao and will most likely intensify into a tropical cyclone according to weather specialist Aldczar Aurelio.
As reported by ABS-CBN News, another LPA is already inside the Philippines and it will be bringing occasional to moderate rains to most places in the Philippines on Christmas Eve. Floods and landslides may occur in Visayas, Mimaropa, Bicol, Davao and Caraga regions.
Moderate to heavy rains are expected in Surigao del Sur, Siargao Island, Sarangani and Davao Occidental as posted on the Facebook page of DOST-PAGASA.
Metro Manila as well as the rest of Luzon is likely to experience cloudy skies with light to moderate rains because of the Amihan.
The second LPA was last seen 80 kilometers northwest of Cuyo, Palawan and it may not intensify into a storm. It is also expected to leave PAR on Tuesday according to the state weather bureau.
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