By Jeannette I. Andrade
The weather bureau has alerted residents in some parts of Luzon to possible flashfloods and landslides triggered by rains. Fishing boats and other small vessels were also advised against venturing out to the northern and eastern seaboards of Luzon because of strong to gale force winds. Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) forecasters […]
By Charlie C. Señase
, Germelina Lacorte and Judy Quiros
The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao government, which actively helped in the relief operations for “Yolanda”-hit areas in Eastern Visayas and “Pablo”-devastated provinces in Mindanao now faces a serious lack of funds to provide aid to its residents affected by the weather disturbance since January 10, accordig to a regional official.
By DJ Yap
From low pressure area (LPA) to tropical depression to LPA—to tropical depression again? Or even stronger?
By Nestor Burgos Jr.
Continuous rains since Monday triggered flashfloods in Capiz province submerging rice fields and rendering roads impassable.
By Orlando Dinoy
Twenty-nine-year-old fisherman Marvin Borganio was happily harvesting bamboo along the Liboganon River in Barangay (village) Busaon in Tagum City with fellow fishermen Rolan Gasipong, 25; Jomar Romuteho, 23; and Kenneth Bordanio, 14, who volunteered to help, on Jan. 10, when water suddenly rose and swept them away into the open sea.