El Nino waning, La Nina to develop in second half of 2024

02/09/2024

(Reuters) -The La Nina weather pattern characterized by unusually cold temperatures in the Pacific Ocean could emerge in the second half of 2024, following a strong El Nino year, a U.S. government weather forecaster said on Thursday.…

More hot days ahead as El Niño looms in the corner — Pagasa

Wenilyn Sabalo 04/28/2023

(Part 1) CEBU CITY, Philippines — Ronald Robusto, 35, is a familiar sight to his regular customers as he braves the streets of Barangay Quiot in Cebu City while using his winnowing basket full of homemade “bibingka”…

Pagasa: It will be summer soon

Wenilyn Sabalo 03/15/2023

CEBU CITY, Philippines —  Start wearing light colored clothes. Pagasa Mactan said that La Niña or the cooling phase of sea temperature, that led to intense storms in the country, has ended and the likelihood of experiencing…

‘La Niña has ended,’ says Pagasa

John Eric Mendoza 03/15/2023

MANILA, Philippines — La Niña, or the cooling phase of sea temperature, that led to intense storms in the country, has ended, state meteorologists declared. “La Niña (cold phase) condition has ended,” the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and…

Mandaue Disaster Risk Reduction office gears up for rainy season, La Niña

Mary Rose Sagarino 05/30/2022

MANDAUE CITY, Philippines — The Mandaue City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (MCDDRMO) continues to prepare for the rainy season, especially after the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAG-ASA) released an advisory that La Niña…

More rain due to La Niña in parts of PH expected until July — Pagasa

Daniza Fernandez 05/01/2022

MANILA, Philippines — Above normal rainfall due to the La Niña phenomenon is expected is some parts of the country until July, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said Sunday. La Niña is a weather phenomenon…

La Niña may persist until April —Pagasa

Karl Ocampo 01/30/2022

MANILA, Philippines — La Niña may persist well until April, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) reported Sunday. “La Niña” is a weather phenomenon characterized by unusually cool ocean surface temperatures in the central…

Terrifying gush of water at Tinisig-uwang Falls caught on cam, 2 campers rescued

Doris Mondragon - Content Specialist 10/15/2021

CEBU, Philippines—A scary gush of floodwater was captured on video in Tinisig-uwang Falls, Barangay Budlaan, Cebu City on Friday afternoon, October 15, 2021.  Ramil Ayuman, head of the Cebu City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, posted…

Cebu province prepares for La Niña

Morexette Marie B. Erram 09/28/2021

CEBU CITY, Philippines – Cebu province is gearing up for another wave of La Niña. The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) recently announced that the Capitol will be convening the Provincial Disaster Council in…

La Niña likely to begin in October and prevail until Q1 2022 – Pagasa

Frances Mangosing 09/23/2021

MANILA, Philippines — La Niña will likely start in October, the state weather bureau said Thursday, September, 23, 2021. There was a 70 to 80 percent chance that La Niña will form in October and persist until…

New weather system expected as ‘Ofel’ skirts out of PAR

Rosalie O. Abatayo 10/15/2020

CEBU CITY, Philippines — While Tropical Depression Ofel continues to head out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) rains may continue until next week as the state weather bureau notices another weather system forming east of…

La Niña seen likely to prevail in next several months

Ronnel Domingo 10/11/2020

MANILA, Philippines — The likelihood that the La Niña phenomenon will prevail in the next several months has increased, according to climate experts in the United States. In their latest monthly advisory, the US Climate Prediction Center…

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