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The typhoon with the international name “Mindulle” intensified continued as it slowly moved across the Philippine Sea on Sunday, September 26th.

In the 11:00 am tropical warning, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said Mindulle had maximum sustained winds of 185 kilometers per hour (km / h) near the center and gusts of up to 230 km / h while driving in the west-northwest pack slowly.

” Very favorable conditions will allow Mindulle to rapidly intensify further over the warm waters of the Philippine Sea over the next 36 hours. It can reach a peak intensity of around 205 to 215 km / h by Monday (September 27), “said PAGASA.

At 10 a.m., the center of the typhoon’s eye was estimated to be 1,590 kilometers east of northern Luzon.

Based on the latest forecast, PAGASA said Mindulle will likely join the Philippine Area of ​​Responsibility (PAR) for a short period between Tuesday and Wednesday, September 28 and September 29.

However, PAGASA said the weather disruption was the Weather conditions in the country are less likely to be directly affected throughout the forecast period, but may result in moderate to rough seas over the north and east coasts of Luzon as of Monday.

“Sea voyages will be risky for those who use small vessels. Seafarers are advised to take precautions when venturing out to sea and, if possible, avoid navigating in these conditions, ”she advised.

PAGASA said on Sunday day, the intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) remains the predominant weather system of the country.

Isolated rain showers and thunderstorms can rule over Visayas, Zamboanga Peninsula, Northern Mindanao, Caraga and Palawan for the next 24 hours.

In Metro Manila and the rest of the country will meanwhile be cloudy to overcast with the occasional rain shower caused by the ITCZ ​​and local thunderstorms.

PAGASA continued to advise the public to take precautions against possible flash floods or landslides, in particular during severe thunderstorms, which are often associated with short-lived heavy rain.

Ref: https://mb.com.ph