El Niño Advisory No. 3

as of 06 May 2015

Provinces affected by drought (23)

Weak El Niño is present in the tropical Pacific Ocean.  Since October 2014, warmer than average sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) of at least 0.5 °C were observed. Recent computer output from global climate models suggest that El Niño condition will likely to continue until mid-2015 with the chances of strengthening toward the end of the year. 

Regional Rainfall Forecast
Issued: 27 April 2015
Valid for: May 2015 - October 2015
Farm Weather Forecast and Advisories
Issued : FRIDAY, May 22, 2015
Valid Until: SATURDAY, May 23, 2015
FWFA: N0. 15-142

Ten-Day Regional Agri-Weather Information
DECADE NO.15  MAY 21-31, 2015

Heat Index


Issued at :
5:00 AM 22 MAY  2015
Valid Beginning : 5:00 AM today until 5:00 AM tomorrow

Seasonal Climate Outlook
Issued 08 January 2015
FOR January - June 2015

Astronomical Diary
Issued 04 May 2015
The month of May marks the occurrence of Eta Aquarid meteor shower, it is the first of...

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PAGASA modifies Public Storm Warning System

For the past ten years, the Philippines has experienced a number of extremely damaging tropical cyclones, particularly typhoons with more than 220 kilometers per hour (kph) of sustained winds.