Pag-asa Island now part of weather bulletin

MANILA - Caught in the middle of the territorial row between claimant countries, Pag-asa Island in the disputed Spratlys archipelago is now a fully functioning civilian community under the province of Palawan, where even special weather forecasts by the state weather bureau are being aired.

PAGASA warns of rainy school opening

MANILA – It's going to be a rainy back-to-school week, warns weather bureau PAGASA, as rains and localized thunderstorms can be expected in Luzon and the Visayas beginning June 1 – school opening for many of the country's private schools.

Thunderstorm triggers flooding in Metro Manila

MANILA – A thunderstorm triggered flooding in some parts of Metro Manila.

Presidential disaster declaration signed after Texas storms kill 21

DALLAS - President Barack Obama signed a disaster declaration late on Friday for areas in Texas hammered by severe weather that killed at least 21 people, caused massive flooding and prompted evacuations this week.

Pagasa: El Nino to worsen in August

Temperatures will rise further in the coming months. Authorities warn, several provinces may suffer from drought.

El Nino to last until 2016

Aabutin pa hanggang Mayo sa susunod na taon ang epekto ng El Niño sa atin. Sabi ng PAGASA, lalakas pa ito kaya inaasahang mababawasan ang makukuha nating ulan sa mga susunod na buwan.

Hotter weather ahead: El Nino to worsen in August

MANILA - Hot weather is expected to worsen in the country as the El Nino phenomenon goes from mild to moderate in the coming months.

Pinoys affected by massive flooding in Houston

HOUSTON, Texas - Heavy rains continue to slam parts of Texas on Wednesday, leaving behind more flooded streets.