Due to the wave or extension of Samuel, it is expected rain rains and thunderstorms raining from Caraga and Davao Oriental
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Philippine Manila – Tropical Depression Trough or Expansion Samuel is expected to bring rain to some of Mindanao.
The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said Samuel was 875 kilometers southeast of Hinatuan in Surigao del Sur in a Facebook live video at 5 pm on Sunday, November 18.
It moves to the southwest faster than 25km (h / h) per hour from the previous west 15km / h.
Tropical depression has a maximum wind speed of 55 km / h and a maximum wind speed of 65 km / h. It can be fortified with tropical storms because it still remains on the water.
PAGASA reported that tropical low-pressure warning signals could be raised in the eastern part of Visayas and eastern Mindanao from the morning of Sunday, November 19, on Monday morning.
Scattered rain storms and thunderstorms are expected. Caraga and Davao Oriental because of Samuel's trough. Residents of the area should pay attention to as much flooding and landslides as possible.
Samuel can plan landing on Tuesday, November 20th in northern Mindanao or eastern Visayas. Further forecasts are expected in the future. (Read: Summary: Tropical Cyclone, Rainy Recommendations)
Fishing boats and others who own small sea vessels were advised not to sail on the eastern seaboard of Visayas and Mindanao.
If tropical depression continues to pace, it will escape the responsibility area of the Philippines. Thursday, November 22.
Samuel is the 19th tropical cyclone in the Philippines in 2018. The country usually gets an average of 20 tropical cyclones a year. (READ: LIST: PAGASA's 2018 tropical cyclone name)
On the other hand, Hanging amihan On Monday, isolated rains continue to occur in Ilocos, Cordillera, Cagayan Valley and Central Luzon. However, PAGASA said, "There will be no significant impact."
Localized thunderstorms occur in other countries on Monday. Severe thunderstorms can cause floods and landslides.
PAGASA announced the start of the rainy season on June 8th. – Rappler.com