The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Administration (PAGASA) has warned that a low pressures system to the east of the country is forecast to bring heavy rainfall and thunderstorms to eastern regions through at least Jan. 26. The weather system has a low chance of developing into a tropical disturbance. The adverse weather is likely to bring flooding and rain-induced landslides to eastern regions over the coming days.
As of Jan. 24, PAGASA has issued severe general flood advisories (the third-highest level on a four-tier scale) for Caraga and Davao regions. A moderate general flood advisory has been issued for Eastern Visayas region. Officials could update and possibly extend the coverage of weather alerts over the coming days.
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