"UNDAS 2019" SPECIAL WEATHER OUTLOOK. Current Status and Outlook: Extremely Catastrophic Super Typhoon MANGKHUT (OMPONG) is now considered as the strongest for 2018 as it gained more strength while maintaining its westerly course across the Central Philippine Sea during the past 6 hours.
In the early hours of September 15, 2018, Super Typhoon Mangkhut (Ompong) blew into Cagayan Province near the northern tip of Luzon, one of the most populated of the Philippine islands. With sustained wind speeds of more than 205 km/h and gusts of 255 km/h, the typhoon caused flash flooding, storm surges and landslides, leaving a path of Typhoon Ompong. Typhoon Mangkhut wreaks havoc in south China, Macau and Hong Kong Macau casinos shuttered Macau, meanwhile, shut all 42 casinos for the first time as the territory bore the brunt of the typhoon. Field Office QUART Team renders duty.
Super Typhoon Mangkhut slammed into the Philippines in the early hours of Saturday, bringing ferocious gale-force winds and pounding rains, as … 21 October, 2019. Adoption of the PAGASA ENSO ALERT AND WARNING SYSTEM.
Typhoon Mangkhut (locally named Ompong) made its landfall in Baggao, Cagayan in the early morning of 15 September and is expected to exit the [PAR] late Saturday night or early Sunday morning. Last Modified: 12:00 September 17, 2018 View satellite images and tracking maps of Super Typhoon Mangkhut 2018, September 6 - 17. MANILA - Typhoon Ompong (International name Mangkhut) slammed into the northern Philippines on Saturday with violent winds and torrential rains, as authorities warned millions in its path of potentially heavy destruction. FO CAR DATE SITUATION / PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS September 12, 2018 to present Red Alert is raised in DSWD-FO CAR. Typhoon Mangkhut (Ompong) 2018. The ENSO Alert and Warning System aims to increase understanding among concerned national and local government agencies, the private sector, academia, research ... "UNDAS 2019" SPECIAL WEATHER OUTLOOK. 30 October, 2019. Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) Background Typhoon Ompong (known internationally as Mangkhut) made landfall in Baggao, Cagayan, in the north-eastern Philippines in the early hours of 15 September 2018. Local reports described wind speeds of 205 kilometers (130 miles) per hour.