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The whole country will continue to be one for the next 24 hours Experiencing partially cloudy to cloudy skies with occasional rain showers or thunderstorms, announced the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) on Saturday, June 19.

PAGASA’s weather expert, Aldczar Aurelio, said the Southwest monsoon or “Habagat” only affects the extreme part of northern Luzon.

He said that the ridge of the high pressure area, the Opposite the low pressure area, will bring “fair” weather conditions in most parts of the country, but in some areas there may be occasional afternoon or evening showers due to localized thunderstorms.

Aurelio also noted that PAGASA had none until Saturday Monitored low pressure area or a tropical cyclone within or near the country’s area of ​​responsibility.

Based on its expanded weather outlook for key areas June 20-23, PAGASA said the maximum air temperatures in Metro Manila were 32-33 degrees Celsius (℃), 36-37gar in Tuguegarao City and 24-25 ℃ in Baguio City, 31-32 ℃ in Tagaytay City, 31-32 ℃ in Puerto Princesa City, 32-33 ℃ in Metro Cebu, 32-33 ℃ in Metro Davao and 34 ℃ in Zamboanga City.

In addition, no storm warning was issued in any part of the country on Saturday morning.

On the coasts of the far north of Luzon will likely be moderate e to rough sea conditions prevail, while in the rest of the country light to moderate conditions can prevail over the seas.

Although there is no storm warning, PAGASA advised seafarers and fishermen using small boats to remain vigilant during severe thunderstorms as sea conditions can be rough.

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