(Eagle News) — “Tisoy” is now outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility.
The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said “Tisoy” has also weakened into a tropical depression, and no longer has any direct effect on the country.
PAGASA said heavy rains may still be experienced over most of Northern Luzon, Aurora, and Northern Quezon, though, due to the combined effects of the surge of the northeast monsoon and the tail-end of a cold front.
This rainfall, PAGASA said, may trigger flooding and landslides in highly susceptible areas.
Sea travel is also risky, especially for small seacraft, over the seaboards of Northern and Central Luzon, and the eastern and western seaboards of Southern Luzon due to rough seas.
Gusty conditions associated with the northeast monsoon may also be experienced in the northern portions of Northern Luzon, especially in the coastal and mountainous areas.