alawang low pressure area ang na-spot-an ng PAGASA sa boundaries ng Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). Ayon sa state weather bureau, posibleng isa lamang sa mga ito ang pumasok sa bansa.
Typhoon “Hanna” has already left the Philippine area of responsibility. However, habagat will continue to bring moderate to heavy rains over Luzon and Visayas. Hanna is seen moving towards China.
Many classes have been suspended due to bad weather. Typhoon “Hanna” has left the Philippine area of responsibility. However, the southwest monsoon is expected to bring heavy rains.
Several areas have suspended the classes due to inclement weather. “Hanna” is likely to develop into a “severe tropical storm." The tropical storm is expected to leave PAR on Friday.
Several areas in Luzon have already announced class suspensions. Tropical storm Hanna is expected to intensify into a typhoon when it reaches Batanes. Hanna is likely to exit the Philippine area of responsibility on Friday.
Many areas have suspended the classes due to inclement weather. Work in all courts have been suspended as well. Mayor Isko Moreno also suspended the class in all levels in Manila.