No low pressure area or tropical cyclone is expected to form inside the Philippine area of responsibility in the next two to three days, a weather forecaster said on Monday, April 26.
Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) weather specialist Meno Mendoza said the northeasterly wind flow remains the dominant weather system that is affecting Northern and Central Luzon.
The whole country may have partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain showers due to the northeasterly surface wind flow and localized thunderstorms.
However, Mendoza advised the public to remain alert against possible flash floods or landslides during severe thunderstorms.
PAGASA has not issued a gale warning on Monday morning but sea conditions over the northern section of Luzon and eastern sections of Luzon and Visayas will be moderate to rough.
Meanwhile, sea conditions over the rest of the country will be light to moderate.
Seafarers and fisherfolk are safe to sail but were advised to observe caution when venturing out to sea.
Based on its extended weather outlook for key areas from April 27 to April 30, PAGASA said that maximum air temperatures may reach 33-34 degrees Celsius in Metro Manila, 34-35 degrees Celsius in Tuguegarao City, 24 degrees Celsius in Baguio City, 31-32 degrees Celsius in Tagaytay City, 31-32 degrees Celsius in Puerto Princesa City, 32-33 degrees Celsius in Metro Cebu, 33-35 degrees Celsius in Metro Davao, and 33-34 degrees Celsius in Zamboanga City.