28 October 2022

TC “PAENG” and the Northeast Monsoon will be the dominant weather systems to affect the entire archipelago during the “Undas” event.

Cloudy skies with occasional to frequent rains over the eastern section of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao as “PAENG” moves closer to landmass of Eastern Visayas – Bicol region today (October 28) becoming stormy weather tomorrow and Sunday (October 29-30) as it traverses the Central and Southern Luzon including Metro Manila.

On Monday next week (October 31), Luzon will still have occasional to frequent rains becoming stormy over Northern Luzon as “PAENG” continuous to move northward towards Taiwan area. Gradual improvement of weather on Tuesday (November 01) as “PAENG” move farther away from the landmass of Luzon.

Floods and landslides are expected in low lying and in mountainous areas respectively.

Sea travel is risky over Southern Luzon-Visayas area particularly before and during the passage of “PAENG” starting today and over the seaboards of Northern and Central Luzon beginning Sunday (October 30 until November 02).

This weather outlook will be updated if significant changes in weather occurs. For more information, please contact the Weather Division at telephone number (02) 8926-4258 or log on to

Chief, Weather Division

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