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Typhoon “Kiko” (international name “Chanthu”) has passed in the east of the island of Babuyan and is now heading for Batanes, announced the Philippine Authority for Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA) in their bulletin at 5 a.m. on Saturday, September 11th.

From 4 In the morning the center of the typhoon’s eye was 75 kilometers (km) south of Basco, Batanes. It could happen or hit land in Batanes in the next 12 hours, PAGASA said.

Kiko has maintained its maximum sustained winds of 215 kilometers per hour (km / h) and gusts of up to 265 km / h while it was traveling at 15 km / h from north-northwest.

“The typhoon is expected to maintain its strength as it traverses the Babuyan-Batanes area for the next 12 hours, but it is predicted that today or will be weaker tomorrow (September 12th) as Kiko will undergo another ocular wall replacement cycle. An intensification to the super typhoon is not the more likely scenario in the short term, but it is still not ruled out, ”emphasized PAGASA.

In parts of the Cagayan Valley, the Ilocos region and the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), storms will continue in the next 24 hours Weather expected.

As such, tropical cyclone number 4 remains hoisted over Batanes and the northeastern part of the Babuyan Islands and signal No. 3 in the northwest and southeastern parts of the Babuyan Islands.

Signal no 2 remains in force in the northern part of Cagayan and signal No. 1 in the rest of mainland Cagayan, northern part of Ilocos Norte, Apayao, northern part of Kalinga, northeastern part of Abra and northern part of Isabela.

In the For the next 24 hours, Kiko can continue to bring heavy to heavy rains over Babuyan Islands and Batanes, while over Cagayan, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra, and Apayao. moderate to heavy rains likely are Kalinga.

PAGASA warned of possible dispersed to widespread flooding, including flash floods and rain-induced landslides, in these areas, especially in those highly prone to these hazards.

Typhoon Kiko is also expected in the next few 24 hours, the southwest monsoon or “Habagat” will continue to intensify and bring monsoon rains over Metro Manila, the rest of the Ilocos region and the Central African Republic as well as western sections of central Luzon and south Luzon.

It can leave the Philippine jurisdiction until Sunday evening or early Monday morning, September 13th.