Tropical Depression Tino

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Tropical Depression Tino was forecasted by PAGASA on 2 November 2009 to be at 150 kilometers east of Casiguran, Aurora moving at 11 kph and carrying wind of 55 kph. The cyclone was expected to make a landfall Tuesday afternoon in Aurora. On the same day at 11:00 am, PAGASA issued bulletin informing the public that Tino weakened into a low pressure area and all provinces under storm signal were declared safe.


In its 5 a.m. advisory, PAGASA forecast that Tropical Depression Tino may hit Casiguran town as early as Tuesday afternoon.

Monday, Tino changed course from a north-northwest path to south-southwest. The cyclone was 150 km east-northeast of Casiguran carrying maximum sustained winds of 55 kph near the center moving west-southwest at 11 kph. The typhoon is expected to be in Baguio City on Wednesday morning.

Storm Warning Signal

  • Signal No. 1
  1. Isabela
  2. Mountain Province
  3. Ifugao
  4. Benguet
  5. Nueva Vizcaya
  6. Quirino
  7. La Union
  8. Pangasinan
  9. Nueva Ecija
  10. Aurora

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