Tropical Depression "RUBY" Weaken's As It Head's Toward West Philippine Sea

Tropical Depression “RUBY” UPDATES:  at 11:00 am

 TD “RUBY” has further weaken as it heads toward the West Philippine sea. “RUBY”  was sited and estimated based on all available data at 135 km West Northwest of Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro (13.8°N, 120.0°E). with a Maximum  winds of 45 kph near the center and was moving West at 13 kph.

TD”RUBY” will be expected to exit the Philippine Area of Responsibility or PAR at Thursday morning.

TD "RUBY" and the Northeast Monsoon will cause rough to very rough sea conditions over the seaboards of Luzon. Fisherman’s and those using small sea craft are advised not to sailed against big waves over the said seaboards.

All storm warning signal’s are now been lifted

Metro Manila and other nearby provinces will be experiencing some improvement of the weather this Wednesday.

And on Thursday morning “RUBY” will take an exit on PAR area, as the weather conditions will begin to improve.

As of now, the country will be experiencing light moderate rainfalls, especially the Luzon area as the storm, moves away.

 “RUBY’s” aftermath has left over 2 million people affected.

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council  or NDRRMC, has said that Typhoon “RUBY” with international name “HAGUPIT” has affected over two million peopla and damages to property is over P 1 Billion.

Philippine Coast Guard, reported that almost 1,000 people are stranded in various port.
Also the Red Cross reported that the death toll for “RUBY” so far as counted is 27.

PAGASA said as TD”RUBY” take an exit in PAR area, another Low Pressure Area is sited in the same place where the Super Typhoon Hagupit was formed. PAGASA will be monitoring the said LPA but as of now it is very too far in the PAR area of the Philippines but PAGASA will update any information on the said formation of the LPA as the day goes by.
sources: GMA, PAGASA


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