Bagyong Lando - Typhoon Lando Update

Bagyong Lando Update - Typhoon Lando Update

Update for Bagyong Lando

The current typhoon, typhoon Kabayan, is still inside the Philippine Are of Responsibility (PAR), however, another active Low Pressure Area (LPA) has been discovered right above the Philippine soil.

This only proves that it is really the rainy season here on the Philippines. After Juaning left our country, typhoon Kabayan immidoately entered the scene, and just when Kabayan is about to exit the PAR, another LPA is then formed which later could become another tropical storm.

If so, it will be named as bagyong Kabayan or typhoon Kabayan as scheduled on Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) calendar of typhoons.

As of now, the first weather bulettin of PAGASA was released for the bagyong Lando:

Tropical Depression "LANDO" was estimated at 280 kilometers West of Sinait, Ilocos Sur (17.2°N 117.7°E)with maximum winds of 45 kilometers per hour near the center. It is forecast to move North Northwest slowly.

On this page, you will see the updates for Bagyong Lando - Storm Lando.

We will be updating this post as soon as the bagyong Lando or typhoon Lando became an official typhoon or became a tropical depression.

Bagyong Lando wind speed.
Bagyong Lando location.
Typhoon Lando direction.

The above information will be updated as soon as the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Administration or PAGASA released the official data.

Update will be posted after this line.


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According to Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration office, tropical depression Lando was decreased into a Low Pressure Area (LPA) while bagyong Kabayan is on its way to exit the Philippines Area of Responsibility, PAR.

The two weather disturbances are too far and to weak to directly affect any part of the country.

Estimated rainfall amount considering the two weather activities is from 10-25 millimeters per hour within the 800 kilometers diameter of the typhoon.


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