06. May 2009

I hate this part

Bagyong Emong, it means rainy days again…. I really hate it! I dont like rainy season….

CHAN-HOM is expected to continue moving on a generally ENE to NE track for the next 3 days, may still intensify prior to landfall. The 2 to 3-day Medium-Range Forecast shows CHAN-HOM making landfall in between Ilocos Sur & La Union or in between La Union & Pangasinan between 6-9 AM tomorrow Friday May 8. It shall gradually weaken upon crossing the Cordillera Mountains Friday afternoon til Saturday and dissipate off the northeastern tip of Luzon, or in the vicinity of Northern Cagayan by early Sunday morning May 10. These window of projected paths are based on the majority of computer models but changes are still possible as the storm is still less than a day away from impact.

*Alternate Forecast Scenario: There’s a possibility that CHAN-HOM shall veer slightly to the North and just skim the coast of Ilocos provinces, and make landfall over Taiwan. This scenario is likely if the predicted High Pressure Ridge off South Korea strengthens and becomes the dominant steering factor.


1. ate honey commented on May 07, 2009 at 11:28 AM

fortunately, we dont have storms here in davao.

2. ate honey commented on May 07, 2009 at 11:29 AM

fortunately, we do not have storms here in davao.

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