Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 9) – A state meteorological office has said that the weather will improve in most parts of the country when Typhoon Quiel leaves the Philippines.
The Philippines Administration of Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services said that Quiel left at around 5 am on Saturday.
However, PAGASA said the tail of the cold front continues to affect weather conditions in the north of Luzon.
Diffused rain and cloudy skies can still be experienced in the rest of the country due to isolated storms in some places, said Weather Specialist Meno Mendoza in a media release.
Typhoon was last seen 590 kilometers west of Coron, Palawan, with maximum persistent winds 120 kilometers per hour near the center and gusts up to 150 km / h.
The Cagayan local government announced a state of misery on Friday due to massive floods in the northern municipalities because the 17th tropical cyclone dropped heavy rains there this year. The region also noted that four people were killed and one was missing.
PAGASA also raised gale warnings on the coasts of northern, western and southern Luzon, saying that high waves may occur. This means that sea travel can be risky.