Water level in Angat, Ipo dams continue to dip
MANILA, Philippines — The water level in several dams in the country — including Angat and Ipo — continued to decline, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said Sunday.
According to Pagasa, the water level at Angat Dam and Ipo Dam on Sunday further dipped to 165.74 meters and 100.74 meters, respectively.
Compared to the recorded water level on Saturday morning, the water level at Angat Dam was lower by 0.41 meters while water level in Ipo Dam was lower by 0.03 meters despite the rainshowers experienced in various parts of Luzon.
The water level in both dams remained below its normal high water level, the state weather bureau said.
Meanwhile, the water level in other dams in the country also dipped.
The water level dipped in several dams such as La Mesa Dam, Ambuklao Dam, Binga Dam, Pantabangan Dam, Magat Dam, and Caliraya Dam.
But the water level in San Roque Dam slightly increased by 0.37 meters from 235.87 meters on Saturday morning to 236.24 meters on Sunday morning. (Editor: Julie Espinosa)
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