Typhoon Jebi may enter PAR Sunday
(philstar.com) – September 2, 2018 – 3.45 pm
MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The State Weather Office said Typhoon Jebi could briefly assume Philippine responsibility on Sunday afternoon or evening.
In his last opinion, PAGASA said that "Jebi" has been somewhat weakened when approaching the PAR boundary.
From Sunday 10 am the eye of "Jebi" was 1420 kilometers east of the far north outside the PAR.
"Jebi" has a maximum sustained wind of 190 kilometers per hour near the center and a gust of wind of up to 235 km / h.
Despite the prediction that the typhoon would become PAR, PAGASA's weather specialist, General Quitlong, said the typhoon would have no significant effects in the country, except for the reinforcement of the south-west monsoon or "habagat & # 39 ;.
Quitlong added that since "Jebi" is floating over the sea, there is a possibility that it would intensify into a super-typhoon but would still not directly affect the country due to its remote location.
The typhoon moves north-north at 25 km / h and is expected to leave PAR at the beginning of Monday.
By Tuesday Quitlong said that the typhoon might go to Japan.