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Serious flooding expected in Metro Manila—Pagasa


MTSAT ENHANCED IR Satellite Image for 2:32 a.m., 03 July 2012. Pagasa.dost.gov.ph

MANILA, Philippines—Serious flooding is expected in Metro Manila early Tuesday due to heavy rains, the state-run weather bureau said.

In an advisory posted on Twitter at 3:15 a.m., the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said that a 64 mm rainfall was observed at Port Area, Manila for the past four hours and most likely to continue for the next hour.

It said that flooding was threatening in low-lying areas and those located near the river channels.

It also said that a 56.8mm rainfall was observed at Sangley, Cavite for the past four hours.

“A prevailing low pressure area is expected to bring scattered to widespread rains over southern Luzon including National Capital Region,” Pagasa said.

It advised residents living in low lying areas and along mountain slopes to be alert for possible occurrence of flashfloods and landslides.


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  • BatangSingapore

    ang Abnoy nag Noynoying na naman hihihihihiihihi.

    Pabaya pabaya walang deklarasyon ang DECS/CHED kahit na nagkandabaha baha at nagkanda lunod lunod na mga tao. NOYNOYING ka na ABNOY PA.

    • PasswordFlame

      puro ka daldal dika yata nag basa ng news.abnormal karin

      • BatangSingapore

        hindi nakukuha sa news o balita ang ginagawa ng gobyerno.
        yun aksyon dapat. e nangamatay na mga tao wala pa abiso
        na may bagyo pala bwahahahahahhaha.
        NOYNOYING anoy inaatake ka ba ng KA-ABNOYAN mo?

      • PasswordFlame

        saan kaba kukuha ng informasyon di sa news,napaka laking tanga mo.kaya may news para mapa abot sa mga tao kung ano ang situwasyon.yung LGU sa inyo kaya bakayong isa-isahin pag-inform namay masamang panahon.NAPAKA BOBO IKAW ANG ABNOY.sabagay isang pulgada lang ang pag-iisip mo.ABNOY.dapat alamin mo kung sino mag desisyon sa tuwing may masamang panahon bago ka mag dat-dat.UNGAS..

  • GKLer

    No reaction from DEPED?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_J47R2PJFKFPPV25TLBRVNXIYKY Mel

      Meron

  • archangel uriel

    PRAY .. PRAY ….. PRAY…… daan lang typhoons … sa taas ng clouds lang kayo dumaan … then give us little rain to water our land …… k lang earthquake … daan din kayo sa amin … pro hanggang 10 feet below mother earth lang …… don’t destroy our country pleaseeee…. thank you mt. mayon, taal and bulusan for an answerd prayer …. you have calmed down ….. DPWH , clean all drainage/s para walang floods … clear all water passage ….. hindi kayang dasalan ang baha/flood dahil ang may kagagawan nito mga tao …cuchina!!! ……

  • tanzangluma

    ipinasa na sa local government ang pagdedeklara ng walang pasok.

    Si mayor lang ang may karapatan magdeklara ng walang pasok.

  • BatangSingapore

    NOYNOYING ang GOBYERNO sa twitter kuno nag post ng advisory e ang dami FILIPINO walang computer.

    taena ABNOY talaga ang Presidente ng Pilipinas.

    • PasswordFlame

      ayan kananaman mahilig mag fabricate ng sturya,walang kalatoy-latoy yung comments mo talasan munaman.mag tv kaba,radyo?baka naman nag tatambay ka sa kanto sige pausok.kaya maraming usok yung utak mo..yung mga sinasabi mo HEARSAY tsismoso kapala.bading kasiguro ano?.ABNOY KA TALAGA.pag ang tao dito sa Pilipinas ay katulad mo na pintasiro,lahat WALANG ASINSO.you MORONS.



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