- June is usually the start of the rainy season in the Philippines
- PAGASA warned that from June to August, around five to eight storms will be experienced in different parts of the country
- As for El Niño, PAGASA expects it to last until August
PAGASA gave a warning today, May 29, 2019, about the tropical cyclones that will affect different parts of the Philippines in the coming three months.
KAMI learned that there will be about five to eight storms to batter the country from June to August of 2019.
"In terms of our forecast on the number of tropical cyclones, from June to August we are expecting around 5 to 8 tropical cyclones," PAGASA deputy administrator Flaviana Hilario stated, as reported by ABS-CBN News (authored by Arianne Merez).
As for El Niño, it is expected to last until August but has a chance of dragging until next year.
In a previous report by KAMI, PAGASA also gave a warning about heavy rains in different parts of the country.
The Philippines usually experiences an average of 20 storms every year. The strongest tropical cyclones usually occur towards the last quarter of the year.
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