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Marilyn-enhanced habagat to bring weekend rains across Philippines

14.9.2019

Marilyn-enhanced habagat to bring weekend rains across Philippines MarilynPH

Metro Manila and the rest of the country, meanwhile, will have partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain showers due to localized thunderstorms.

The tropical depression is moving north-northeast at a speed of 10 kph and expected to leave the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) Sunday.

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Rains flood streets, destroy stilt houses in parts of MindanaoContinuous heavy rains brought by Tropical Depression Marilyn and southwest monsoon (habagat) drench parts of Mindanao.

'Marilyn' to bring rains as it begins to affect southwest monsoon Tropical Depression Marilyn is starting to affect the southwest monsoon (habagat) and is seen to bring rains over parts of the country.

‘Marilyn’ maintains strength, enhances ‘habagat’ in most parts of PH Tropical Depression 👍🏻👍🏼

Tropical depression approaching PHMANILA, Philippines — The trough of a tropical depression east of the Philippines will bring rain across the Visayas and several provinces in Luzon on Thursday, according to the Philippine JhessetEnanoINQ Dili ra balod if mosakay ko fast craft sa Sibulan?🤔

Tropical depression to bring rain across Philippinesyes!!!! wooohooo!!! Umuuln po b ngayon sa intramuros? Wala naman eh

Tropical Depression Marilyn maintains strength Weather Alert: Parts of the Philippines could see moderate to heavy rain on Friday, September 13, from Tropical Depression Marilyn and the southwest monsoon . MarilynPH

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