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PAGASA: 3-4 possible tropical cyclones to enter PH this July

PAGASA: 3-4 possible tropical cyclones to enter PH this July

According to PAGASA, three to four tropical cyclones may enter the Philippine area of responsibility this July, with a chance of making landfall in Eastern Visayas.

TACLOBAN CITY – In a weather forecast announcement on Thursday, June 29, DOST-PAGASA weather specialist Benison Estareja revealed that July is likely to see the entry of multiple tropical cyclones into the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR). 

Estareja stated, "Pagsapit po ng buwan ng Hulyo, possible po ang between three to four na mga bagyo na papasok po dito sa ating Philippine area of responsibility. Possible itong mag-landfall dito sa may mainland Luzon or Eastern Visayas or mag-enhance ng Habagat dito sa western sides ng Luzon and Visayas kaya lagi tayong magmo-monitor (Between three to four tropical cyclones are possible to enter our Philippine area of responsibility in July. Some of them may make landfall in mainland Luzon or Eastern Visayas, or enhance the southwest monsoon in the western sides of Luzon and Visayas, so we must remain vigilant)."

A significant portion of the country, particularly Central Luzon, Southern Luzon, and Visayas, continues to be affected by the southwest monsoon or hanging habagat. As a result, people should anticipate rainfall throughout the day.

Cloud clusters were also observed in the Eastern Visayas region, which is expected to approach Southern Luzon. However, PAGASA reassures that there is a low chance of these clouds developing into typhoons, as Estareja mentioned.

These weather phenomena are occurring despite the anticipated below-normal rainfall conditions due to the potential influence of El Niño, except for the western part of the country, which will experience heavy rainfall due to the southwest monsoon.

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