Tropical Depression Chedeng is relied upon to convey slight rainfalls to Cebu yet won't have an impact to water stores.
Climate authority Vhan Singson of The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said that Visayas, particularly Cebu, won't be influenced by the tropical gloom.
Overcast skies with dispersed downpour showers, be that as it may, will be experienced yet the measure of precipitation isn't sufficient to recharge the water dams, said Singson.
She said that they are not anticipating that the climate condition should bring substantial storm over Cebu. Chedeng was most recently seen at 370 kilometers east southeast of Davao and is moving west at 20 kilometers for every hour.
The tropical misery is pressing most extreme breezes of 45 kilometers for each hour and breeziness of as much as 60 kilometers for each hour. PAGASA cautioned those working with little vessels not to wander out into the ocean, particularly at the eastern seaboards of Visayas and Mindanao.
A few zones in Mindanao were put under Signal No. 1 since Sunday evening. Occupants in those territories were educated to take prudent steps on the grounds that with respect to conceivable flashfloods