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PostPosted: Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:51 pm 
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Beware of flying debris specially tree branches and G.I sheets :(


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:51 pm 
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Beware of flying debris specially tree branches and G.I sheets :(


1 nga daw patay nabagsakan ng transformer..... :(


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:04 am 
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Desert Fox wrote:
mersey_side wrote:
Beware of flying debris specially tree branches and G.I sheets :(


1 nga daw patay nabagsakan ng transformer..... :(




Kawawa naman ang biktima, ang bigat ang transformer aba. :(


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:07 am 
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Areas Having Public Storm Warning Signal
Signal No. 4
( >185 kph winds)------Cagayan
Isabela

Signal No.3
(100-185 kph winds)

Batanes
Calayan
Babuyan Group of Islands
Apayao
Kalinga
Mt. Province
Ifugao
Quirino
Nueva Vizcaya
Northern Aurora

Signal No. 2
(60-100 kph winds)

Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
Abra
La Union
Benguet
Rest of Aurora

Signal No. 1
(30-60 kph winds)

Pangasinan
Tarlac
Nueva Ecija
Polillio Island
Cavite
Bulacan
Pampanga
Bataan
Zambales
Northern Quezon
Metro Manila
Rizal

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:08 am 
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Hourly Update on Typhoon "JUAN"
As of 11:00 p.m today (Sunday, 17 October 2010), Typhoon "JUAN" was located at 280 km East Northeast of Tuguegarao,Cagayan. (17.9°N, 124.5°E) with maximum sustained winds of 225 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 260 kph. Moving West Southwest at 20 kph. Estimated central pressure: 922 hpa..

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:20 am 
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mersey_side wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:
mersey_side wrote:
Beware of flying debris specially tree branches and G.I sheets :(


1 nga daw patay nabagsakan ng transformer..... :(




Kawawa naman ang biktima, ang bigat ang transformer aba. :(


oo nga bromerz.......ano na lagay ng panahon jan sa QC?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:21 am 
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parekoy wrote:
Hourly Update on Typhoon "JUAN"
As of 11:00 p.m today (Sunday, 17 October 2010), Typhoon "JUAN" was located at 280 km East Northeast of Tuguegarao,Cagayan. (17.9°N, 124.5°E) with maximum sustained winds of 225 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 260 kph. Moving West Southwest at 20 kph. Estimated central pressure: 922 hpa..


ibig sabihin nyan broParekoyz, wala pa yung talagang bagsik ng bagyo???


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:25 am 
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pre school class sa MM, suspendido na...

hindi sa elementary....

as of 1150pm RP time.


Thanks Bro DF?
Kasama ba ang Rizal?

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:28 am 
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mersey_side wrote:
Beware of flying debris specially tree branches and G.I sheets :(


1 nga daw patay nabagsakan ng transformer..... :(


Ouch! :(

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:29 am 
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Nosaj wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:
pre school class sa MM, suspendido na...

hindi sa elementary....

as of 1150pm RP time.


Thanks Bro DF?
Kasama ba ang Rizal?


signal #1 sa Rizal din brojason....di nabanggit sa DZMM(most probably preskul din lang ang walang pasok....)

kaya yung mga loving Dad, libre sa paghatid ke bunso sa kindergarden..... :)

pero ke titser ganda pede samahan sa shopping.... :lol: jk.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:30 am 
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matanong nga lang sa mga taga Cainta, sakop ba kayo ng Rizal o ng Metro Manila?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:32 am 
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Strong typhoon blows for Philippines; 1,000s flee, 3rd Ld-Writethru, AS

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10/17/2010 8:45 AM

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MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The strongest typhoon to threaten the Philippines in recent years menacingly roared toward the country's north Sunday, prompting thousands of villagers to flee to safety and sparking massive emergency preparations.

Typhoon Megi had sustained winds of 140 miles (225 kilometers) per hour and gusts of 162 mph (260 kph) by nightfall but could strengthen as it moves west at 14 mph (22 kph) over the Philippine Sea. Forecasters said it's expected to slam into Cagayan province Monday morning.

With its ferocious wind, Megi has become the strongest typhoon to threaten the country in four years, government forecasters say. A 2006 howler with 155-mph (250-kph) winds set off volcanic mudslides that buried entire villages, killing about 1,000 people.

Weather officials issued the highest of a four-tier public storm alert for Cagayan and nearby Isabela province, warning of pounding rains and fierce wind that could significantly damage agriculture, residential areas, power and communications. They urged all outdoor activities to be cancelled and advised one family member to stay awake overnight for any contingency.

Thousands of military reserve officers and volunteers were on stand by, along with helicopters, including six Chinooks that were committed by U.S. troops holding war exercises with Filipino soldiers near Manila, said Benito Ramos, a top disaster-response official.

Rescue boats and thousands of food packs have been pre-positioned near vulnerable areas, he said, adding that schools along the typhoon's path would be closed.

The weather bureau has warned fishermen and travelers to stay out of harm's way.

"This is like preparing for war," Ramos, a retired army general, told The Associated Press. "We know the past lessons and we're aiming for zero casualties."

An angry President Benigno Aquino III fired the head of the weather bureau in July for failing to predict that a typhoon would hit Manila. More than 100 people were killed in Manila and outlying provinces by that storm.

Authorities planned to start evacuating residents Sunday in and near areas where storm surges, flooding and landslides could happen. Dozens of families voluntarily moved out of their homes to safer ground Saturday in mountainous Isabela, Ramos said, estimating at least a few thousands of people have evacuated from their homes there and in Cagayan by Sunday night.

In nearby Cagayan, a vast agricultural valley crisscrossed by rivers and creeks, authorities have ordered villagers to move out of high-risk neighborhoods in 12 coastal towns.

"If nobody will budge, we may carry out forced evacuations," said Bonifacio Cuarteros of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management office.

Farmers in Cagayan, a rice- and tobacco-producing region of more than 1 million people about 250 miles (400 kilometers) northeast of Manila, have been warned to harvest as much of their crops as possible before Typhoon Megi hits or risk losses, Cuarteros said, adding the typhoon would hit amid the harvest season.

With its current course and speed, the typhoon is expected to barrel across the northern tip of Luzon island then blow into the South China Sea late Monday toward northern Vietnam or southern China, weather bureau official Nataniel Servando said.

China's National Meteorological Center issued its second-highest alert for potential "wild winds and huge waves," warning vessels to take shelter and urging authorities to brace for emergencies, the state-run Xinhua News Agency reported Sunday.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:33 am 
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AnywhereProfessionalSolutionsAboutLog inPhilippines Issues Highest Storm Alert as Typhoon Megi Heads for Landfall
By Cecilia Yap - Oct 17, 2010 7:01 PM GMT+0300 Tweet LinkedIn Share
Business ExchangeBuzz up!DiggPrint Email .The Philippines issued its highest alert for Typhoon Megi as the strongest storm to hit the Asian nation this year is set to make landfall in northern Luzon today.

Signal No. 4 has been hoisted in the provinces of Cagayan and Isabela as Megi, known in the Philippines as Juan, gained strength, packing maximum wind of 225 kilometers per hour (140 mph) and gustiness of as much as 260 kilometers per hour, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical & Astronomical Services Administration told reporters yesterday.

“Juan may intensify further before making landfall,” said Nathaniel Servando, the agency’s deputy administrator. “Given La Nina, this may not even be the strongest typhoon for the year,” he said, referring to the weather event that brings above-normal rain in Asia. The storm is forecast to leave the country tomorrow.

Philippines emergency services are on alert and ready to carry out preemptive evacuations of people in regions that may be hit by the storm, President Benigno Aquino said in a statement posted on his website. “We do not want to unduly alarm the public, but there is nothing lost by being prepared.”

A typhoon with the highest warning alert can uproot trees, severely damage rice farms and disrupt power and communication services, according to the weather bureau.

Food packs and medicines have been prepared in provinces that may be hit by the typhoon, the National Disaster Coordinating Council said in an advisory posted on its website. Schools in provinces to be hit by the typhoon will be closed.

National Grid Corp. of the Philippines, which operates the country’s high-voltage transmission network, said it activated command centers at its main and regional offices to minimize the impact from the storm.

‘Catastrophic Damage’

Winds may strengthen to 250 kph as the storm nears Luzon, the country’s most populous island, the U.S. Navy Joint Typhoon Warning Center said Oct. 15. That would make it a Category 5 storm, the strongest, on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind scale and capable of “catastrophic damage,” according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center.

Typhoon Conson left 102 people dead in the Philippines in July and destroyed or damaged more than 70,000 homes, the country’s disaster coordinating council said in August. An average 20 tropical cyclones visit the Philippines yearly.

Megi is the name of a catfish in South Korea and is related to the feeling of getting wet, according to the Hong Kong Observatory, which lists names assigned to storms in the northwest Pacific. It is the 15th storm of the season.

To contact the reporter for this story: Cecilia Yap in Manila at cyap19@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Paul Tighe at ptighe@bloomberg.net

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:34 am 
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Desert Fox wrote:
matanong nga lang sa mga taga Cainta, sakop ba kayo ng Rizal o ng Metro Manila?


Cainta ako man sakop kami ng Rizal...
Kanina malakas ang ulan dito kaso
nasa work na ako eh kaya di ako makapag-update sa radio.

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