PAGASA : No Radioactive Material from coming Amihan

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The Northeast monsoon in the northern hemisphere is still in its active phase. However, its intensity in the Philippines is gradually decreasing. This is supported by the observed increase in temperature in most of the DOST-PAGASA weather stations during the past few days. Most recently, the Northeast monsoon or Amihan that affects the country dominantly comes from mainland China passing through the Korean Peninsula and the southernmost part of Japan.
Available DOST-PAGASA numerical simulations show that by Friday, winds associated with the Northeast monsoon that will affect the Philippines will be coming from northern Japan. Nonetheless, the winds which may carry any radioactive material from the Fukushima nuclear power plant will not affect any part of the country. Aside from dilution of any possible radioactive material carried by the winds, a frontal system east of Japan associated with rainfall will cause its settlement.
The PAGASA-DOST will continuously give updates if any significant change in wind motion is observed. Should you have any questions, you may call the DOST-PAGASA Weather Division at 927-1541 for clarification.