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Expect heavy rains starting tomorrow, Monday, as a low pressure area is expected to reach the Philippine's tonight and develop into a storm.

Dubbed as the first typhoon of the year 2011, “Amang” will bring heavy rains, and if its path continues, will reach Cebu by Wednesday, said Mactan chief Oscar Tabada of the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa).

He gave a briefing in yesterday's special meeting with Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia and members of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council- Cebu Province. Tabada said Cebu's sunny weather yesterday and today is part of the pattern of the monsoon or seasonal winds.

“There are two monsoons – the Amihan and the Habagat. There's usually a break of two to three days, followed by continuous rain for five days and then another break. “What's happening here is that after the break, bagyo dayon.”

“Lahi ni siya karon. There's a short break. We can see that it's hot today, Saturday and Sunday. On Monday, it will start raining. By Tuesday, there will be wind and rain,”Tabada said in Cebuano.