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NO TYPHOON PAOLO FOR PINOYS ON XMAS, NEW YEAR

By ROGER M. BALANZA

There will be no weather disturbance or typhoon to spoil the Pinoys’ celebration of Christmas or New Year this year.

The Low Pressure Area (LPA) off Mindanao moving towards the country that the weather bureau earlier predicted could develop into a tropical syclone named “Paolo” after it enters the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR)  has dissipated.

The LPA was reduced to a cloud cluster and it will have no impact on the country, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said.

Read: PAGASA: LPA OFF MINDANAO COULD DEVELOP INTO TYPHOON PAOLO

There will be no potential tropical cyclone in the next two to three days, on Thursday, December 23.

On Christmas Eve or Friday, December 24, the Philippines will have generally fair weather, said the weather bureau.

PALACE THANKS INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY FOR AID TO ‘ODETTE’ VICTIMS

Malacañang on Wednesday thanked countries and organizations for their outpouring of support to areas affected by the onslaught of Typhoon Odette.Acting Presidential Spokesperson, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles, said these countries and organizations have pledged financial and… Read More

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TYPHOON ODETTE UPDATES – DECEMBER 24, 2021

DUTERTE to spend holidays visiting ‘Odette’-hit communities

DUTERTE WANTS BOOSTER SHOTS, FACE SHIELDS FOR ALL PINOYS VS. OMICRON VARIANT

President Rodrigo R. Duterte said Thursday he would spend the holidays working to ensure that communities battered by Typhoon Odette would receive their much-needed assistance.

“Maski ngayong Pasko, magta-trabaho pa rin ako at marami akong pupuntahan yung mga lugar na gutom yung tao, may sakit na, at hindi nakakain (Even if it’s Christmas, I am going to work and I am going to visit a lot of places where people are hungry and sick),” he said in a speech in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.

Duterte said the government would work “overtime”, noting that it is the least he could do to help his fellow Filipinos at a time of crisis.Read More