NDRRMC Update Final Report re Preparedness Measures for TY Chedeng (Maysak)

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01 April 2015
- At 11:00 PM, the typhoon east of Visayas entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) and was named "CHEDENG" with maximum sustained winds of 180 KPH near the center and gustiness of up to 215 kph. It moved west northwest at 19 kph

02 April 2015
- Typhoon "CHEDENG" slightly weakened as it continued to move in a West Northwest direction at the same speed. Its maximum sustained winds and gustiness decreased to 175 kph and 210 kph, respectively. The typhoon further weakened as it traversed over the Philippine Sea

03 April 2015
- Typhoon (TY) "CHEDENG" weakened slightly as it moved towards the eastern coast of Central and Northern Luzon. Public Storm Warning Signal (PSWS) Number 1 was raised in Camarines Norte Camarines Sur, Quezon, Rizal, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Aurora, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Ifugao, Isabela, and Mountain Province, while PSWS Number 2 was hoisted in Catanduanes

04 April 2015
- As of 10:00 AM, TY "CHEDENG" accelerated slightly as it continued to move closer to Isabela-Aurora area with maximum sustained winds of 130 KPH near the center and gustiness of 160 kph O At 4:00 PM, TY "CHEDENG" weakened into a Tropical Storm (TS) while over the Philippine Sea. AGASA raised PSWS Number 3 in the Provinces of Isabela and Aurora

05 April 2015
- TS "CHEDENG" further weakened into a Tropical Depression (TD) and remained quasi-stationary over the eastern seaboard of Aurora at 4:00 AM. At around 8:00 AM, it made landfall over Dinapigue, Isabela.
- At 4:00 PM, TD -CHEDENG" weakened into a Low Pressure Area (LPA) Track of Tropical Depression "CHEDENG {MAYSAK}