Latest satellite imagery shows L7 convection persist over the area of LLC signifying deepening still existing over the area.
VORTICES: Shows 2 area of High vortices, one over Eastern Visayas and the other over near LLCC.
UPPER DIVERGENCE: Still fair at 20kts.
WIND SHEAR: Remain low at 5-10kts with strong over to the North
STEERING WIND: Shows High over China becoming a dominant steering influence over auring as it is building up.
WIND ANALYSES: shows closed wind over LLCC with 20kts over almost most of the circulation.
TROPICAL PRECIPITABLE WATER: Remain high over the area with dry over north
RAIN RATE: 16mm/hr over the area
Auring expected to almost remain stationary within 6hrs due to competing effect of building high over China and the movement of fast frontal system over the North if it may break by the said high. The next 24 hrs will be critical to auring direction as 2 possible scenario expected, one will be a fast NE march in response over the said frontal system and the other will be a slower NE march and eventually back to more West to Southwestward in response over possible effect of the said High over China which will break the frontal system. Either of the two are likely depending over the said 2 competing influence over minimal depression auring.
Auring expected to survive based on its level of convection and remain as minimal depression before weakening as tropical disturbance alert within the next 24-48hrs.
WIND ANALYSES: strong winds still blowing over Bicol region and Extreme northern Luzon
L0 (BLACK) = No clouds with some cloudy
L1 (GRAY) = Cloudy with some overcast
L2 (YELLOW) = Overcast with some drizzle
L3 (BLUE) = Drizzle with some Light Rain/shower
L4 (RED) = Light rain/shower with some Moderate Rain/shower
L5 (PINK) = Moderate Rain/shower with some Heavy rain/shower
L6 (GREEN) = Heavy with some Very Heavy shower
L7 (WHITE) = Very Heavy with some Blinding Rain