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‘Vinta’ kills 200

‘Vinta’ kills 200

Some 200 people have been killed due to tropical storm “Vinta” (international name “Tembin”) that triggered heavy flooding and landslides that have ravaged towns and displaced thousands in Mindanao.

‘Paolo’ out but ITCZ affecting PH

Typhoon “Paolo” (international name “Lan”) has left the Philippine Area of Responsibility and will no longer affect any part of the country.

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Quiel’s Here

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By FRANCIS T. WAKEFIELD Manila, Philippines – Storm signal No. 2 raised in Cagayan, Isabela; ‘Pedring’ death toll now 43; Pampanga, Bulacan still flooded. At least two areas in Northern Luzon were placed under Public Storm Warning Signal Number 2 as Typhoon “Quiel” (international name: Nalgae) intensified further as it moved nearer to the country, […]

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FIERCE WINDS

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kill 21, hurt 14 as ‘Pedring’ exits country; ‘Quiel’ approaching By ELENA L. ABEN * AP MANILA, Philippines – Emergency services and residents in Metro Manila cleaned up and restored electricity yesterday after Typhoon “Pedring” unleashed floodwaters and fierce winds that killed at least 21 people, injured 14, and sent huge waves crashing over seawalls. […]

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MANILA, Philippines — At least nine areas in Luzon were placed under public storm warning signal Sunday, as tropical storm “Pedring” (international name: Nesat) threatens to make landfall over Isabela-Aurora area on Monday evening. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said the eye of the storm was located 460 kilometers (km) east […]

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Storm Coming!

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MANILA, Philippines – A tropical depression was expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) last night or this morning, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said yesterday. PAGASA weather forecaster Aldczar Aurelio said it will be named “Pedring” once it enters the PAR. The Japan Meteorological Administration (JMA) in its […]

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