PAGASA: Two Tropical Depression being monitored, Bagyong Maymay now inside PAR

weather update october 11 2022

WEATHER UPDATE — According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), there are two Tropical Depressions (TD) being monitored by the weather agency. One is Tropical Depression Maymay, which is now inside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). Meanwhile, the other TD is expected to enter PAR by Thursday this week.

The Low-Pressure Area located East of Central Luzon has become a Tropical Depression with a local name, “Maymay.”

Bagyong Maymay has a max wind/gust of 45/55 km per hour and is moving southwest at 10 km per hour.

Maymay has the same track as Bagyong Karding, which brought havoc to many parts of Luzon in September.



The Tropical Depression is expected to make landfall tomorrow afternoon or evening in the vicinity of the southern portion of Aurora or the northern portion of Quezon.

It will pass through central Luzon and will retain its Tropical Depression category.

Meanwhile, the Tropical Depression outside PAR has no direct effect on the country. It is located 1,730 km East of Eastern Visayas. The TD has a max wind/gust of 45/55 km per hour and is moving north-northeast at 35 km per hour.

The TD is expected to enter PAR on Thursday and will be called “Neneng.”




Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal Updates (as of 5:00 am, October 11, 2022)

Signal Number 1

  • Isabela
  • Quirino
  • Nueva Vizcaya
  • Aurora
  • Nueva Ecija
  • the extreme northern portion of Quezon (General Nakar, Infanta), including Pollilo Islands

For Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal Updates, follow DOST-PAGASA on Facebook or Twitter

From today through tomorrow morning, Cagayan, Isabela and Apayao may experience moderate to heavy with, at times, intense rains. Meanwhile, Batanes, Ilocos Norte, Aurora and Kalinga may experience light to moderate with, at times, heavy rains. 

Watch the 5 am PAGASA Weather Update here:

 – WhatALife!

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Also read: PAGASA: Southwest Monsoon or Habagat season is over

Jeraiza is a writer of Syntactics Inc. in Cagayan de Oro City. She writes for all sorts of topic to provide the right information and to keep the readers updated with the trends. A fan of all things classic, a typical bookworm with books gathering dust, and a fiction writer on weekends.

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