Water level in Angat Dam drops anew
MANILA, Philippines — The water level in Angat Dam dropped anew on Sunday, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) reported.
According to the state weather bureau’s dam information bulletin, the water level in Angat Dam dropped from 185.64 meters on Saturday to 185.41 on Sunday, a drop of 0.23 meters.
Angat Dam serves as Metro Manila’s main source of water.
Water interruptions in Metro Manila and nearby provinces were earlier implemented amid the decreasing water level in Angat Dam.
Likewise, water level in other dams in the country also dipped:
- Ipo Dam – from 100.34 meters (Saturday) to 100.31 meters (Sunday)
- La Mesa Dam – from 77.42 meters (Saturday) to 77.39 meters (Sunday)
- Ambuklao Dam – from 748.99 meters (Saturday) to 748.76 meters (Sunday)
- Binga Dam – from 573.61 meters (Saturday) to 572.88 meters (Sunday)
- Caliraya Dam – from 286.54 meters (Saturday) to 286.44 meters (Sunday) /je
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