Here is the latest Video Update from WxCaster PAT:
Typhoon Rammasun (Bagyong Glenda) has intensified even further and has now made landfall near Legazpi City in the province of Albay. Latest analysis from the Japan Meteorological Agency puts the winds at 155kph to 220kph. The system has also made a turn to the west northwest and is currently moving at 20kph.
Please click HERE for the latest list of Public Storm Warning Signals from PAGASA as of 5pm this afternoon.
IR Image from NRLMRY
The image above highlights the last location of the eye of Rammasun. We have also highlighted the major cities along the path of this typhoon. As you can see, the effects of this storm is extensive, especially with the threat of heavy rains. Closer to the eye, the threat of damaging strong winds and storm surge are likely.
Radar Image from PAGASA
Latest radar image courtesy of Project NOAH shows the heavy rains around the eye moving into Legazpi and Tabaco in Albay. Rains also moving into Southern Luzon. Heavy rains will continue across Bicol and Eastern Visayas through tomorrow morning. For the latest radar from Project NOAH, please click HERE
Typhoon Glenda will move across the Bicol Region tonight and then move into Southern Luzon by early tomorrow morning (Southern Luzon). We’re expecting stormy conditions to eventually move into the National Capital Region (Metro Manila) by mid-morning and into the early afternoon hours tomorrow. The system, should then, exit into the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) by tomorrow–Wednesday evening.
We’ll continue to have extensive coverage of this typhoon and we’ll keep you updated throughout the next few hours as Typhoon Rammasun (Bagyong Glenda) is now moving over land. Stay safe!
Where Signal Force 3 is in Place.
Winds of 100kph to 185kph are expected within the next 18 hours.
Classes are automatically suspended in all levels.
- Camarines Norte
- Camarines Sur
- Quezon including Polillo Islands
- NorthernS amar
- northern part of Samar
- northern part of Eastern Samar
Yes there are numerous agencies warning on the storm. The ones featured in the video above area JMA, JTWC and PAGASA.. To get a good idea on where it is exactly going check out some of the links below.
- China Meteorological Agency
- Hong Kong Observatory
- Japan Meteorological Agency
- Joint Typhoon Warning Center
- Korea Meteorological Association
- Malaysia Meteorological Agency
- Thailand Meteorological Department