Cagayan Valley, northern parts of Aurora, northern and eastern parts of the Cordillera region as well as the whole of Ilocandia are predicted to have strong winds and rains starting Saturday until Wednesday.
The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration announced that in its latest bulletin Saturday, factoring the typhoon’s 500-kilometer radius and 25 kilometers per hour speed.
PAGASA said it may hoist wind signals in some areas of Northern Luzon on Saturday night or Sunday morning. It entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility at 2 a.m. Saturday.
The agency added that Betty may weaken by Monday and will move away from the country Wednesday.
But it is expected to pull Southwest monsoon that could affect the rest of the country from Monday to Wednesday.
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