TUGUEGARAO CITY, Philippines- Cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms are still expected in Cagayan Valley, the state weather bureau reported on Tuesday, November 7.
Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said this is still caused by a tail-end of a cold front that is affecting the eastern section of Northern and of Central Luzon.
The weather bureau also said possible lightning and strong winds are expected. Scattered light to moderate, with at times heavy rains may also be experienced.
Yet, as of 9 am, the sun is already visible in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.
As warned by PAGASA, some areas in Cagayan and Isabela remain flooded due to nonstop rains over the past days.
Electricity in flooded areas in Cagayan such as parts of Amulung, Solana, and Tuguegarao City are also temporarily down as precautionary measure.
Landslides were also reported in some areas in Cagayan such as Santa Ana town and along Patapat bridge going Northern Ilocos region.
Task Force Lingkod Cagayan Quick Response Team through Cagayan Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office has already distributed relief goods in some areas in the province as of Tuesday morning.
Meanwhile, as of 6 am on Tuesday, Magat Dam officials said no spillway gates are open. In Magat Dam, water level has reached 191.10 meters, water inflow at 378 cubic meters per second, and water outflow of 197 cubic meters per second. Northernforum.net