Tropical Depression (TD) Ambo made landfall over Aurora early this morning and weakened to a low pressure system. It is now located over Dinalungan, Aurora and is forecasted to move west northwest (PAGASA).
All Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal are lifted.
This low pressure system (TD Ambo) will still bring light to moderate rains in Northern and Central Luzon that may trigger floods and landslides in these areas.
CURRENT AND FORECAST INFORMATION
Satellite image below shows LPA ( TD Ambo) still showing clusters of rainfall (areas with darker red) to the north and west of Luzon.
PAGASA’s latest forecast track shows location of LPA (TD Ambo). Forecast tracks are not issued for LPA systems.
JMA/Japan forecast intensification of LPA (TD Ambo) once it reaches the West Philippine Sea by tomorrow (28 June). No significant effect to the Philippines is expected.
Read our previous Rainy Season Advisories:
Read our first in a series on Preparedness:
Preparedness Advisory #1: Achieving a level of preparedness for disasters
Watch out for our next advisory on La Niña!