September 17, 2018
PAGASA raises Signal No. 4 in Cagayan and Northern Isabela as of 4 pm and later on added Abra and Apayao at 8 pm Friday to the list of provinces expected to bear the destructive impact of Typhoon Ompong.
PAGASA forecaster Loriedin Dela Cruz briefs media on the progress of Ompong as of 4 pm Friday. The most powerful typhoon yet to strike the Philippines this year, Ompong is expected to hit land between 1 am and 3 am Saturday. Thousands have evacuated to safer ground particularly along coastal villages along eastern Luzon.
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