A depression zone is entering in the southern territorial water of Philippines and it can turn into a new tropical low pressure, reported the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center on November 26.
Direction of the troppical low pressure on November 27 (Photo: the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center)
By 4pm yesterday, the depression was centered in the eastern territorial water of Mindanao Island (Philippines). The strongest winds near the low pressure’s center reached 39- 49 kilometers an hour, sea rough.
In the last 24 hours, the low pressure zone moved westward; and later, it turned into west- northwestward, at a speed of 25 kilometers an hour.
By November 27, the tropical low pressure is forecasted to be located in the territorial water of Sulu Island (Philippines), at 9,3 degree north latitude and 120,2 east degree longitude with the strongest winds near the center of level 6-8, sea rough.