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    'Habagat' PAGASA weather update July 29, 2021

    MANILA, Philippines – Southwest Monsoon or hanging habagat is still affecting Luzon and Western Visayas, state weather bureau PAGASA announced in its 4:00 am update on Thursday, July 29, 2021.

    SEE ALSO: 'Habagat' PAGASA weather update July 30, 2021

    Forecast Weather Conditions

    Satellite image of Southwest Monsoon
    Satellite image of Southwest Monsoon and other weather system as of a:00 am, July 29, 2021. via DOST-PAGASA

    The scattered to widespread moderate to at times heavy rains in the following areas due to Habagat (Monsoon rains) may cause flooding or rain-induced landslides:
    • Ilocos Region
    • Benguet
    • Zambales
    • Bataan
    • Tarlac
    • Pampanga
    • Occidental Mindoro

    Moderate to at times heavy rains, also due to Southwest Monsoon (Occasional rains) may also bring flash floods or landslides in the following areas:
    • Metro Manila
    • the rest of Luzon
    • Western Visayas

    The rest of the country may experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms.

    Public Weather Forecast Issued at 4:00 AM July 29, 2021

    Public Weather Forecast Issued at 4:00 AM July 29, 2021 DOST-PAGASA Weather Specialist: Benison Estareja

    Posted by Dost_pagasa on Wednesday, July 28, 2021

    PAGASA continues to monitor Tropical Depression In-fa (formerly Fabian), which was last tracked 1,600 km north northwest of Extreme Northern Luzon. It has maximum sustained winds of 45 km near the center and gustiness of 75 km/h and moving northward at 15 km/h.

    Forecast Wind and Coastal Water Condition

    Area: Luzon and Visayas
    Wind Speed: Moderate to Strong
    Wind Direction: Southwest
    Coastal Waters: Moderate to Strong / (1.2 to 4.0 meters)

    Area: Mindanao
    Wind Speed: Light to Moderate
    Wind Direction: Southwest
    Coastal Waters: Slight to Moderate / (0.6 to 2.1 meters)

    'Habagat' PAGASA weather update July 29, 2021 gale warning

    On average, there are 20 tropical cyclones that could form or enter the PAR each year. Only half of those are projected to make landfall.

    PAGASA predicts that 1–3 tropical cyclones may enter the PAR this month.

    The weather agency declared the onset of the rainy season on Friday, June 5.

    — The Summit Express

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