On Sunday, The tropical storm Maria has kept up its quality while moving toward the nation and undermining to bring downpours, the state climate department. PAGASA said that at 10 in the morning, Maria was spotted 1,820 kilometers east of Northern Luzon, pressing most extreme maintained breezes of 185 kilometers for each hour and 225 kph blasts.

PAGASA meteorologist Aldczar Aurelio said that the storm is relied upon to enter the Philippine territory of obligation on Monday morning on the off chance that it keeps moving at 15 kph. Aurelio told radio DZMM said that Maria is probably not going to hit arrive, yet will improve the habagat or southwest rainstorm, which will dump rains over substantial swaths of Luzon and Visayas.

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PAGASA said that until further notice, the habagat will bring periodic overwhelming downpours that may cause surges and soil soften resulting to landslide in Metro Manila, Western Visayas, Mimaropa and the areas of Zambales, Cavite Bataan, and  Batangas. Whatever is left of the nation may likewise encounter surges and soil soften because of restricted rainstorms, included the climate organization.

Some classes were suspended due to Maria. All levels (pre-school to college), public and private are suspended in the entire province of Abra, Bataan, and Laguna.

No classes in Balagtas, Marilao, Meycauayan (of Bulacan Province); Bacoor, Dasmariñas, Imus, Noveleta, Silang (of Cavite Province); Caloocan, Las Piñas, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Manila, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Parañaque, Pasay, Pateros, San Juan, Taguig, Valenzuela (of Metro Manila); Mangaldan, Pangasinan; Angono, Binangonan, Cainta, Cardona, Morong, Pililla, Rodriguez, San Mateo, Tanay, Taytay, Teresa (of Rizal Province); and no classes for Preschool to high school, public and private for the entire province of Zambales except Olongapo City.

This update is as of 7th of July 2018, 4 o'clock in the morning.