Maymay (Jebi) stays only at the border of the Filipino responsibility domain. His trough or extension, however, affects some areas.
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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Typhoon with the international name Jebi entered the Philippine responsibility zone (PAR) on Sunday afternoon, 2 September. She was given the local name Maymay.
Typhoon Maymay is the 13th tropical cyclone of the Philippines for 2018. On average, the country receives an average of 20 tropical cyclones per year. (READ: LIST: PAGASA & # 39; s names for tropical cyclones in 2018)
In a bulletin issued at 4 p.m. on Sunday, the Philippine administration for atmospheric, geophysical and astronomical services (PAGASA) said that Maymay is located at 1,375 kilometers north-east of Basco, Batanes, north-westerly at 25 kilometers per hour (km / hour) ).
The typhoon weakened a few hours before entering PAR. It now has a maximum wind speed of 190 km / h from the previous 205 km / h and a speed of 235 km / h from the previous 255 km / h.
There are no areas under warning signs of tropical cyclone and Maymay is not expected to enter the Philippines. It simply stays in the vicinity of the PAR limit.
PAGASA also said "no significant improvement" from the southwestern monsoon or hanging habagat to be expected.
But the trench or expansion of the typhoon brings scattered rain showers and thunderstorms to Calabarzon, Bicol, Mimaropa, Caraga, North Mindanao and the Visayas.
Residents of these areas must be alert to sudden floods and landslides, especially if the thunderstorm becomes serious. (READ: QUICK FACTS: tropical cyclones, rain advices)
Based on his latest prediction track, Maymay will leave PAR on Monday morning 3 September.
PAGASA declared the start of the rainy season last June 8th. – Rappler.com