Press Release

SPECIAL WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS (SONA)

27 July 2020

SPECIAL WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS (SONA)
27 July 2020

Today (27 July), Metro Manila will have partly cloudy to cloudy skies. Localized thunderstorms are likely to occur during in the afternoon or evening hours. Forecast range of temperature today will be from 25°C to 32°C. Winds will be light and variable.

Thunderstorms are likely to cause light to moderate with at times heavy rain showers and may be accompanied by lightning and occasional gusts. The public is advised to monitor the Thunderstorm Advisories to be issued by the National Capital Region - PAGASA Regional Services Division (NCR-PRSD).

This weather outlook will be updated if significant changes in the weather pattern occur . For more information, you may contact the Weather Division at (02) 8926-4258 or NCR-PRSD at (02) 8922-1992. You may also log on our website at bagong.pagasa.dost.gov.ph


ROBERTO S. SAWI
Officer-in-Charge
Weather Division


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