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Pag-ulan is actually the gerund (-ing verb) meaning "raining."
So, "Pag-ulan ngayon" is "It's raining today (now)," and "Pag-ulan na" means "It's raining." By itself, it means "rain," but in combination with other words it takes on the clear verb form.
what is the difference between ulan and pag-ulan both are nouns for rain? how do you know when to use one or the other?