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Typhoon Sarah remains strong while moving to the northern part of the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines (November 22, 2019) - According to a weather update , the state bureau told PAGASA that strong tropical cyclone Sarah is maintaining strength as it continues to move north.

The storm continues to provide packing maximum sustained winds of 110 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness up to 135 kph.

According to PAGASA the hurricane Sarah was last seen at 275 kilometers East-Northeast of Basco, Batanes until 10 p.m.

The storm is expected to exit the Philippine area of ​​responsibility (PAR) this Saturday morning as it moves north at a speed of 10 kph.  And this is not expected to bring significant rainfall activity across the country.

However, easterlies will bring separate storms across the country, especially in the eastern Philippines.

Gusty conditions will also suffer from Thursday through Friday in areas of the Babuyan Islands due to the northeast monsoon or breeze surge.

Also, sea travel remains dangerous, especially for small maritime vessels, on the shores of Northern Luzon, and the west coast of Zambales due to overcoming or estimating rough sea conditions caused by hurricane Sarah and  Amihan.


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