MANILA, Philippines – The state-run weather bureau on Thursday terminated the rainfall alert warning over Metro Manila but advised the public to continue monitoring updates.
In its latest message on its official account on the micro-blogging website Twitter, @dost_pagasa, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) terminated the alert warning at 12:20 noon of Thursday.
Light to moderate (1.0-7.o millimeters/hour) rains were observed over the last two hours.
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