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Public Storm Warning #1 Sign Damage

Looking for information on tropical warnings of severe thunderstorms? We can help. The Cyclone is known locally as Odette.

Get the most recent information on Tropical Cyclone in the Philippines and Warning #1 Sign. This information, along with its effects, will be of great interest to both the United States (and the Philippines) .

Short Introduction to Public Storm Warning Signal

These warning messages are broadcast to raise public awareness about weather disruptions. The area’s signal number will be determined by the strength, direction and size of the storm.

The storm’s movement across PAR (Philippines Zone Of Responsibility) determines how the public warning signs are modified or enhanced. Now let’s talk about the warnings for the general population.

Public Storm Warning System

Here’s a list of warning signs, their duration, and how they affect the environment.

Warning to the public about severe weather Time in hours Wind speed in KMPH Wind Effect
#1 36 30-60 Light to no damage
#2 24 61-120 Light to medium effect
#3 18 121-170 High impact
#4 12 171-220 Extremely severe or high damage
#5 12 >220 Very high, widespread

Public Storm Warning #1

  • Experience winds up to 60 km/h in less than 36 hours if you have the sea open.
  • A wave that could reach 1.25 m height could be predicted.
  • Rain showers may be possible, but they can also be unpredictable.
  • High-risk structures can be damaged but not completely.
  • Light to moderate damage is recommended for structures with low risk.
  • Homes constructed with lighter materials might be a bit more scratchy.
  • Banana plants may be damaged if they’re tilted.
  • The twigs of small trees are broken or damaged.
  • Rice crops may suffer serious damage during blooming.

Cautionary Measures

  • PAGASA advises people to be aware of the most current weather forecasts each 6 hours.
  • You can carry out normal business operations.

Get the latest news on Warn #1 Signal

Sources say that Odette responded to the signal number. PAGASA, The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical, Atmosheric and Astronomic Service Administration, stated that Rai’s maximum sustained winds have increased to 120kmmph from 110kmmph. The 16th December will bring the strongest Typhoon.

Warned Areas #1

  • Romblon. Southern Areas
  • Eastern Samar
  • Leyte
  • Biliran
  • Cebu
  • Capiz
  • Aklan
  • Guimaras
  • Camiguin
  • Northern Parts Of Zamboanga
  • Misamis Oriental


PAGASA is known to issue warnings when tropical storms move on. This will be based on the size and direction changes caused by the cyclones.

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