MANILA, Philippines — An area of low pressure last spotted 925 kilometers (km) east of extreme northern Luzon has evolved into Tropical Depression Ineng, the Philippine Atmospheric Services Administration said on Tuesday. , geophysical and astronomical (Pagasa).
In its 5 a.m. advisory, Pagasa said Ineng had maximum sustained winds of 45 km/h near the center, with gusts of up to 55 km/h heading northeast.
The Ineng Trough and Typhoon Hannah (Haiku) will continue to strengthen the southwest monsoon or habagat, bringing rains to parts of the country.
Pagasa lifted the wind signal over Batanes but warned of possible harsh coastal conditions in the province, Ilocos provinces, western part of Pangasinan, Zambales, Bataan, Kalayaan Islands, Lubang Island and Romblon.
The state meteorological office said Ineng would not hit the country directly, no wind signals would be issued and it was expected to leave the Philippines area of responsibility by Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning. .
“The management of Malaysia has once and for all landmass and Ineng throughout the forecast period. So I expect the wind signal to be less likely at the moment which means the weather will be bansa,” said weather specialist Grace Castañeda in the forecast report.
(Typhoon Ineng will remain far over any part of the coast or mainland throughout the forecast period, so we expect it to be less likely to trigger a wind signal in our country)
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