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Casurra raises warning vs rough sea conditions in Surigao

City Mayor Alfonso Casurra in a radio announcement this morning has raised warning to the shipping vessels and sea crafts to avert possible catastrophes due to rough conditions in the sea.

The announcement was made after Mayor Casurra received a gale warning advisory just recently from RDCC Caraga region.

“The condition in the sea is rough to very very rough, its wave height measures from 3.7 meters to 5 meters and its wind force is 68 kph,” Mayor Casurra said

"Fishing boats and other small seacrafts are not allowed to go out to the sea while larger vessels are alerted against big waves," Casurra added.

Casurra urged the people living in the island not to venture out in the sea for they might encounter weather related sea-mishaps.

Currently, the tail-end of a cold front is prevailing throughout Visayas and Mindanao, causing big waves over the areas in Surigao del Norte and nearby provinces. (Fryan E. Abkilan, PIA-Surigao del Norte)

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