Minalin - Five (5) - Day Local Weather Forecast (August 30, 2017)

EARLY WARNING MESSAGES BROUGHT TO YOU BY YOUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT
GENERAL WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR TODAY
TIDAL RANGE (metres):
RAINFALL RANGE (millimetres):
< 60 - < 60
CHANCES OF RAIN:
TEMPERATURE RANGE (°C):
28 - 30
PREVAILING WIND:
Southwest Monsoon (Hanging Habagat)

FIVE (5) - DAY LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST AND AQUACULTUREMANAGEMENT ADVISORY BOARD

(Source: PAGASA 10-Day Weather Forecast)


MONTH OF: August 2017 CLIMATE TYPE:
DATE
August 30, 2017 August 31, 2017 September 01, 2017 September 02, 2017
RAINFALL FORECAST

LIGHT RAINS

LIGHT RAINS

LIGHT RAINS

LIGHT RAINS
CLOUD COVER

PARTLY CLOUDY

CLOUDY

CLOUDY

CLOUDY
 
PREPARED: Lourdes G. De Jesus
DATE PREPARED: August 30, 2017

EXTREME EVENT WARNING EMERGENCY RESPONSE AGAINST ADVERSE WEATHER/CLIMATIC CONDITIONS
TROPICAL CYCLONE:
STORM SURGE / FLOOD:
TORRENTIAL RAINS:
DROUGHT / DRY SPELL:
EL NIÑO / LA NIÑA:

AQUACULTURE MANAGEMENT ADVISORY

PREVAILING WEATHER SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED HAZARDS COMMODITY FARMING SYSTEM STAGE ADAPTATION TO FIVE (5) DAY WEATHER FORECAST
Southwest Monsoon (Hanging Habagat)

Warm moist winds from the southwest causing rains over the western portion of the country from May to September.

Characterized by heavy rainfall that may last for a week. Brings rainy season to the western portion of the Philippines.

Associated Hazard:

Widespread cloudiness, heavy rainfall and flooding

For weather updates and information please visit DOST-PAGASA website
www.pagasa.dost.gov.ph

Note: *Request for copies of aquaculture bulletins in nearest BFAR Office or in your Municipal Agriculture Office for details.
          *Produced under the project "Building Capacities for a Climate-resilient Tilapia Farming in the Philippines" (TCP 3502-D).
          *The above advisory is to be updated every three (3) days.
          *Regularly visit the Climate Resilient Aquaculture Portal at https://www.climateresilientaqua.org.ph

Forecast Date
Wednesday, August 30, 2017