'Bagyong Marilyn' PAGASA weather forecast September 14, 2019

MANILA, Philippines – Tropical Depression 'Marilyn' slightly weakened while moving northeastward, state weather bureau PAGASA announced in its 11:00 am bulletin on Saturday, September 14, 2019.

Latest satellite image of Tropical Depression 'Marilyn'
Latest satellite image of Tropical Depression 'Marilyn' | Courtesy of DOST-PAGASA

Throughout the forecast period, 'Bagyong Marilyn' remains less likely to make landfall in the country and may eventually weaken into a Low Pressure Area (LPA). However, potential re-development into a Tropical Depression remains likely.

At 10:00 am today, the center of Tropical Depression 'Marilyn' was estimated based on all available data at 1,215 km East of Basco, Batanes.

'Marilyn' is packing maximum winds of up to 45 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 55 km/h. It is moving Northeast at 10 km/h.

Forecast Positions:

  • 24 Hour (Tomorrow morning): 1,520 km East Northeast of Basco, Batanes (OUTSIDE PAR)
  • 48 Hour(Monday morning): 750 km East of Basco, Batanes

Latest satellite image of Tropical Depression 'Marilyn'
Track of Tropical Depression 'Marilyn' | Image courtesy of DOST-PAGASA

NO TROPICAL CYCLONE WIND SIGNAL as of the forecast period.

Between today and tomorrow morning, the Southwest Monsoon will bring occasional to frequent light to moderate with intermittent heavy rains over Western Visayas, Zamboanga Peninsula, Sulu Archipelago, Palawan and Mindoro Provinces. Scattered light to moderate rains with at times heavy rain showers due to thunderstorms will be experienced over Bicol Region and the rest of MIMAROPA and Visayas.

Sea travel is risky, especially for small seacrafts, over the western seaboard of Southern Luzon and the seaboards of Visayas and Mindanao due to potentially rough sea condition.

Residents of the aforementioned areas, especially those living in areas identified to be highly or very highly susceptible to floods and rain-induced landslides, are advised to take precautionary measures, coordinate with local disaster risk reduction and management offices, and continue monitoring for updates, especially the Thunderstorm or Rainfall Advisories and Heavy Rainfall Warnings to be issued by PAGASA Regional Services Divisions.

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