Wednesday, February 6, 2013

3-Day Forecast (Feb. 6)

Issued (0930 UTC) 530pm PhT 020613

A passing cold-front well to the north will bring a weak surge of Amihan. Easterlies, on the other hand, is enhancing showers affecting areas along the Tropics.

IR Image from NRLMRY

A cold front associated with a system that brought snow across Japan yesterday is now moving across the Northern Pacific. Northerly winds behind this front will likely reach Northern Luzon tomorrow bringing slightly cooler weather. However, the regime of really cold Amihan surges is beginning to end especially as we get deeper into February. Much of Luzon should be dry over the next few days.

The only other weather system affecting the Philippines are the easterly winds. The easterlies are enhancing showers affecting parts of Palau and Micronesia. Some of these rains could also move into Visayas and Mindanao tomorrow. Rain showers will not be very heavy but could still cause some minor flooding.

3-Day Forecast (NOT OFFICIAL!)

We'll have another update on Saturday, February 9.

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