During this period between November to May the Anda coast line can experience perfectly flat sea conditions which make for great diving. With little or no rainfall during this period.
From June to November the Habagat wind which originates from a South Westerly bring choppy seas and frequent amounts of rain. It also coincides with the main Typhoon season.
Typhoons generally turn northwards on approach to the Philippines which means Anda and the Visayas region are not directly affected by Typhoons. However during the Habagat season June to November, any Typhoons in the Western Pacific will strengthen the Habagatwind causing choppy sea conditions and strong winds on the Anda coastline.
Diving and sunbathing are often interrupted for a few days while a Typhoon is present due to the strengthened Habagat wind until the Typhoon has passed through the Philippines.
Typhoon tracking in the Philippines is provided through Pagasa.