NDRRMC advises the public to prepare for Tropical Storm "Odette"

The NDRRMC reminds the public to prepare for Odette, a pending storm that could make landfall in the EASTERN VISAYAS-CARAGA area. Photo: Himawari-8

QUEZON CITY — The public is reminded to prepare for the impact of the monitored tropical storm outside the country, "Odette," which is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility tomorrow night.

Typhoon Odette is expected to make landfall in parts of Eastern Visayas or Caraga on Thursday afternoon or evening, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

Tropical Storm Odette is expected to be a severe tropical storm with the potential to become a typhoon.

It will bring strong winds to the Visayas, large parts of Mindanao, and some provinces in Southern Luzon, along with rains. The Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal (TCWS) may reach signal number three and be activated in storm-affected areas.

PAGASA also stated that signal number one could be activated in parts of Eastern Visayas and Mindanao on Tuesday afternoon or evening.

The NDRRMC and Regional DRRMCs are still monitoring the situation in relation to Typhoon Odette.
During today's meeting, December 13, various preparations in the affected areas were discussed to ensure the residents' safety and immediate action on the storm's impact.

The public is reminded to exercise caution, check the latest weather updates, and follow advisory from authorities. —Tacloban News Update
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