Camiguin is grey, rainy and cold
The Tropical Depression LINGLING/Agaton is now hovering since more than a week over the southern islands of the Philippines. The soils are saturated with water and slopes start to slide without any warning sign.
Fortunately tough workers were able to clean the airport’s runway. This morning Cebu Pacific Air flight 5J833 landed on time. All the ferries are sailing although the waves are rather high and many passengers empty their stomach over board. The sky is gray: The hovering Tropical Depression LINGLING/Agaton : Our guests are well protected by a seaside transparent plastic:
And weather forecast isn’t funny. The Tropical Depression LINGLING/Agaton continues to move on a lazy, south-southwest track across the South Philippine Sea, east of Davao Oriental. Heavy downpour continuing across parts of Caraga, Davao and Northern Mindanao Regions. LINGLING/Agaton will continue to enhance the cool surge of the Northeast Monsoon (Hanging Amihan), bringing mostly cloudy conditions with passing drizzles, slight to sometimes moderate rains and gusty winds (not exceeding 70 km/h) across Eastern Luzon including Bicol Region and some parts of the Visayas and Northern Mindanao through Monday morning.
Residents and visitors along Eastern, Central and Southern Mindanao should closely monitor the development of LINGLING/Agaton.