Archive | December 9, 2012

Tropical Depression Bopha (Pablo) Evening Update | December 9, 2012

Here is WxCaster PAT’s final video update on Tropical Depression Bopha (Bagyong Pablo).

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The system is now dissipating over the South China Sea, just west of Ilocos Norte in Luzon Island. Very little convection remains although the low-level center is still intact. The proximity of the remnants of Bopha, combined with the surge of Northeast Monsoon (Amhinan) will continue to bring breezy conditions and occasional rains across Northern Luzon.

Baguio Doppler Radar from PAGASA

Looking at the latest doppler image from Baguio City, we can see some rain showers still impacting parts of Luzon. Fortunately, most of them are isolated and should not really amount into anything significant.

The remnants of Bopha will be fully absorbed into the frontal boundary and should not be a cause of concern anymore. Hopefully, this will be our last storm this year.

Continue to check with us here at Western Pacific Weather for the latest updates on the Tropics and also out in Eastern Asia. Stay safe!

-WxCaster PAT