According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) at 4:00 PM today, the center of Tropical Storm, Bagyong Jenny, was estimated based on all available data at 290 kilometers East of Infanta, Quezon (15.1°N, 124.3°E) with maximum sustained winds of 65 kilometers per hour near the center and gustiness of up to 80 kilometers per hour. It is moving West Northwest at 35 kilometers per hour. Southwest monsoon affecting the western sections of Southern Luzon and Visayas.
The state weather bureau further informed the public that Bagyong Jenny was forecasted to make landfall in Aurora between 9 p.m. Tuesday and 1 a.m. Wednesday.
Meanwhile, below is the DOST PAGASA Weather Report as of 5 p.m. today - August 27, 2019 - Tuesday.
Storm Warning Signal
Storm warning signal number 2 was hoisted in the following areas which may experience winds of 61 to 120 kilometers per hour in 24 hours:
- Nueva Vizcaya
- Mountain Province
Storm warning signal number 1 meanwhile was raised in the following areas, which may experience winds of 30 to 60 kilometers per hour in the next 36 hours:
- Ilocos Norte
- Ilocos Sur
- La Union
- Nueva Ecija
- Metro Manila
- northern portion of Quezon, including Polillo Islands and Alabat Island
- Camarines Norte
- northeastern portion of Camarines Sur
High Tide and Low Tide
Next HIGH TIDE in the Philippines is at 7:21 AM - August 27, 2019
Next LOW TIDE in the Philippines is at 4:10 PM - August 27, 2019
The provinces below had suspended classes for Wednesday, August 28, 2019, in anticipation of the effects of Tropical Storm Jenny.
Calumpit, Bulacan — all levels, public and private
Ilocos Norte — all levels, public and private
Isabela — all levels, public and private
Itogon, Benguet — all levels, public and private
Pangasinan — all levels, public and private
Masinloc, Zambales — all levels, public and private
Tarlac City — all levels, public and private
Automatic Suspension of Classes Guidelines
The Department of Education set the rules on the automatic suspension of classes to keep parents aware and students danger-free in cases of typhoons and other calamities.
Storm Warning Signal Number 1:
Classes in pre-school level in all public and private schools will be automatically suspended
Storm Warning Signal Number 2:
Classes in pre-school, elementary and high school in all public and private schools will be automatically suspended
Storm Warning Signal Number 3:
Classes in all levels are automatically suspended
Storm Warning Signal Number 4:
All travel and outdoor activities are cancelled
Jenny is expected to leave the Philippine area of responsibility on Thursday, PAGASA said.