Cagayan was declared under a state of calamity after a recommendation by Governor Alvaro Antonio, also chairman of the provincial disaster coordinating council, after around P400 million worth of damage to crops, livestock, and infrastructure was left by Typhoon “Mina.”
At 5:00 p.m. today, Bagyong “MINA” (NANMADOL) has weakened as it continues to move Northwestward slowly.
Bagyong “Mina” is estimated based on satellite and surface data at 50 km Northeast of Aparri, Cagayan (18.7°N, 121.9°E) with maximum sustained winds of 165 kph near the center and Gustiness of up to 200 kph.
PUBLIC STORM WARNING SIGNAL
Signal No.3 (100-185 kph winds):
Babuyan Group of Island
Calayan Group of Island
Signal No. 2 (60-100 kph winds):
Signal No. 1 (45-60 kph winds):
3-DAY WEATHER FORECAST
Sunday afternoon: 230 km North Northwest of Aparri, Cagayan
Monday afternoon: 490 km North of Aparri, Cagayan or 280 km North Northwest of Basco, Batanes
Tuesday afternoon: 500 km Northeast of Basco, Batanes
Public storm warning signals elsewhere are now lowered.
Residents in low lying and mountainous areas under Public Storm Warning Signals, Southern Luzon and Visayas are alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides. Likewise, those living in coastal areas are alerted against big waves or storm surges generated by this tropical cyclone.
Estimated rainfall amount is from 15-25 mm per hour within the 600 km diameter of the typhoon.
Weather Update Source: PAGASA