Local governments in the path of Severe Tropical Storm Rai (which will be renamed Odette…
Residents are being warned to prepare for ‘Odette’ by local emergency units.
Residents and local disaster units in areas where Tropical Storm Rai, which will be renamed Odette once it enters the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), is projected to make landfall this week have been advised to brace for its impact.
The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council announced Monday night that it is working with regional partners to prepare for the storm that is expected to reach the country on Thursday.
“Sa isinagawang pagpupulong ngayong araw, tinalakay ang iba’t ibang paghahanda sa mga apektadong lugar upang masiguro ang kaligtasan ng mga residente at agarang mga aksyon sa epekto ng bagyo (At a meeting we had
Residents living in the storm’s path are advised to take care and follow the authorities’ safety recommendations.
The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration stated Tuesday that the tropical storm is anticipated to hit the Eastern Visayas-Caraga regions by Thursday afternoon or evening.
Rai’s last known location was 1,380 kilometers east of Mindanao. It’s anticipated to make landfall in the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday night, and by Wednesday, it’ll be a typhoon.
Visayas, Mindanao, and numerous regions in Southern Luzon are predicted to be affected.