Super Typhoon Philippines: Mawar, the most powerful storm of 2023

Shock waves continue from the Philippines, where Super Typhoon Mawar is set to gain strength and intensify. Meanwhile, Tropical Cyclone Advisory Number 5 was issued today at 11am. The latest advisory is valid until the next advisory is issued tomorrow morning at 11am. The latest advisory says that Super Typhoon Mawar will intensify slightly as it heads west over the Philippine Sea. According to advisory number 5, the center of the eye of Super Typhoon Mawar was 1705 km east of southeastern Luzon at 10 am. You are requested to stick to this page and check this column for more details about Super Typhoon Mawar. Scroll down the page and take a look below.

Super Typhoon Philippines

Officials have stated that Super Typhoon Mawar is forecast to track generally west-northwestward through Sunday as it accelerates before turning northwest the same day. The super typhoon will reportedly enter the Philippine Area of ​​Responsibility (PAR) early Saturday morning on the forecast track. Mawar is expected to slow on Sunday and begin moving near the waters east of the northern tip of Luzon. In addition, the center of the eye of Super Typhoon Mawar is forecast to be within 250 km of the Batanes-Babuyan archipelago during the deceleration period of next week. Scroll down the page and read more details.

Recent forecast reports state that Mawar may bring heavy rains that can lead to rain-induced flooding or landslides in northern Luzon from Sunday night or Monday morning. In addition, the forecast circumstances are strong to storm force conditions expected to be experienced over the extreme north of Luzon, and strong to gale force conditions are expected over the eastern and northern parts of the North Luzon mainland. As a result, wind signals will be issued tomorrow night in preparation for these strong winds. Read more details in the next section.

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Super Typhoon is also forecast to bring before the Southwest Monsoon, which may bring showers over central Luzon, southern Luzon and the western parts of the Visayas starting on Sunday or Monday. Public and disaster risk reduction and management offices are concerned about these developments and continue to monitor updates related to this tropical cyclone. The next notice is expected to go out Saturday morning at 11 am or tonight at 11 pm. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.

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