Tropical storm Nina keeps on debilitating in the wake of making its eighth landfall over Lubang Island, the climate agency said Monday.
As indicated by the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) in its 5 p.m. release Monday, Nina has most extreme supported winds of up to 120 kilometers for every hour (kph) close to the inside and windiness of up to 180 kph. It is moving West Northwest at 20 kph and is currently setting out toward the West Philippine Sea.
Bagyong Nina Affected Areas:
Signal No. 2
Lubang Island and Western portion of Batangas
Signal No. 1
Rest of Batangas Cavite
Northern portion of Occidental Mindoro & Oriental Mindoro
Update December 26, 2016 (2pm)