Super Typhoon Seniang To Hit Visayas, Philippines Early December 2014 - Viral News

Super typhoon Seniang forming and may hit Cebu and Visayas region, Philippines December 6 - 8, 2014 Updates. The supertyphoon Seniang news became viral and popular online and made some people worried about the possible typhoon. PAGASA Visayas director Oscar Tablada confirmed in a report posted on Banat News of PhilStar Cebu.

There are two LPAs spotted outside Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), one will be named typhoon Ruby following another LPA which will be called Seniang. Both typhoons are expected to be strong but Seniang is different as it already gain strength while moving to Philippines. Ruby will be felt starting this December 4-5, 2014.

Super Typhoon Senaing Updates

According to Director Oscar Tablada, he fears that the path of Bagyong Seniang will follow the track of Bagyong Pablo, one of the strongest typhoon that hits Mindanao two years ago. Bagyong Pablo was packed with 280kph speed during its devastation in Mindanao last December 3, 2012.

The LPA which is forecasts to form into a super typhoon has some similaraties with Bagyong Pablo, the site of its origin was the same, formed near the center of the equator at the Pacific Ocean. The original forecast destination of Bagyong Pablo was the Province of Cebu and the entire Central Visayas but when it made a landfall it changed its course and devastates the provinces of Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley.

Typhoon Ruby

State meteorologists are keeping a close eye on a developing storm off the Pacific Ocean that could enter the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) later this week.

Jori Loiz, senior weather forecaster of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), said the looming cyclone was located some 1,500 kilometers east of the PAR as of yesterday afternoon.

He warned the developing weather disturbance is likely to reach the typhoon category as it hovers over the Pacific Ocean in the next few days.

Loiz told The STAR of two scenarios for the cyclone. The most likely is that the storm could intensify further but will veer north towards Japan. The second scenario is the cyclone will intensity into a typhoon and enter the PAR on Friday.

“The movement of the developing cyclone will depend on the high-pressure area northeast of the Philippines,” Loiz said, noting that the HPA has not moved in the past days.

“The most possible scenario is it will enter the PAR but will recurve toward east of Japan… But if the HPA will not move, the cyclone, which could be a strong one, could make landfall in the Philippines,” he added.

He noted that the location of the looming cyclone is also the place where Super Typhoon Yolanda formed last year.

“Hopefully, the HPA will move, because we expect this to be really strong. It is still far and could gain more strength while over the sea,” Loiz said.

He said one or two cyclones are likely to enter the Philippines this month, warning that cyclones during this time of the year usually make landfall.

The usual track of the cyclones during the latter part of the year is Visayas and Mindanao.

On Nov. 8 last year, Yolanda slammed the Visayas, leaving more than 6,000 people dead and 1,700 missing. Strong storms Pablo and Sendong hit Mindanao in December.

Meanwhile, Loiz said fair weather is expected in most parts of the country in the next three days, apart from isolated rain showers and thunderstorms.

He said a low-pressure area (LPA) that dumped rains in Mindanao and parts of Visayas and Luzon over the weekend was spotted at 75 km west southwest of Romblon, Romblon as of 10 a.m. yesterday.

The LPA was likely to dissipate or continue to cross Southern Luzon towards the West Philippine Sea, where it could regain strength, he said.

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