The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) on Thursday advised the public that there is a possibility that El Nino will have its worse effect in the country, especially in Agriculture.
El Nino which started since March 2015 have been causing a dry spell and warmer temperature in some parts of the country.
The agency also advised people to conserve water for possible decrease of water level to our dams.
However, according to PAGASA, because of El Nino, a tropical depression was dissolved even before entering the Philippine Area of Responsibility.
In 2015, the country experienced at least 15 typhoon which caused sever damage in infrastructure and agriculture.