Montag, 14. Dezember 2015

typhoon update

PhilippinesIndonesia Rappler Shop Login to Rappler News Video Business Newsbreak MovePH Views Life & Style Entertainment Sports Tech Live BrandRap X LATEST NEWS LIVE from Los Angeles: Rappler's ... Basketball Ketika singa persidangan tak lagi ... Indonesia Ginebra’s Thompson strains ... PBA Typhoon Nona traversing Sibuyan Sea Project Agos Spanish Basketball Federation to ... Fiba Apple wins exclusive on Taylor ... Entertainment News Ailing Thai King makes rare public ... Asia Pacific Negros Occidental sea trips ... Philippines At least 20 women elected in Saudi Middle East Climate change, post-Paris: ... Thought Leaders View more stories #ProjectAgos Typhoon Nona traversing Sibuyan Sea In its latest weather bulletin, PAGASA says Typhoon Nona is located about 100 km East Northeast of Romblon, Romblon as of 10 pm, December 14 Voltaire Tupaz @voltairetupaz Published 1:09 AM, December 15, 2015 Updated 1:38 AM, December 15, 2015 188 reddit email 188 EYE OF THE STORM. In its bulletin issued 11 pm on Monday, December 14, PAGASA says Typhoon Nona is located about 100 km East Northeast of Romblon, Romblon (12.7°N, 123.2°E) as of 10 pm. Image by PAGASA-DOST EYE OF THE STORM. In its bulletin issued 11 pm on Monday, December 14, PAGASA says Typhoon Nona is located about 100 km East Northeast of Romblon, Romblon (12.7°N, 123.2°E) as of 10 pm. Image by PAGASA-DOST MANILA, Philippines – After hitting Sorsogon, Typhoon Nona (international name Melor) crossed Burias Islands Monday night, December 14. It is now traversing the Sibuyan Sea. In its bulletin issued 11 pm on Monday, state weather bureau PAGASA said Typhoon Nona was located about 100 km East Northeast of Romblon, Romblon (12.7°N, 123.2°E) as of 10 pm. Nona still has maximum winds of sustained winds of 150 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 185 kph. Estimated rainfall amount is from heavy to at times intense within the 250 km diameter of the typhoon. Typhoon risks Flash floods and landslides are expected over the areas under signals 2 and 3, while storm surges of up to 3 meters are possible, PAGASA noted. Nona is expected to pass over Mindoro provinces tomorrow afternoon, December 15. Below is PAGASA's forecast on the typhoon's positions in the course of the day: • 24 hour (tomorrow evening): 120 km West of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro • 48 hour (Wednesday evening): 230 km Northwest of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan • 72 hour (Thursday evening): 410 km West of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan • 96 hour (Friday evening): 790 km West Southwest of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan (Outside PAR) • 120 hour (Saturday evening): 1210 km West Southwest of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan (Outside PAR) Storm warning signals PAGASA raised storm warning signals in parts of Luzon and Visayas. Signal #3 (121-170 kph Expected in 18hrs.) LUZON: Oriental Mindoro, Masbate including Ticao and Burias Islands, Albay, Marinduque and Romblon Wind impact • Heavy damage to high–risk structures; • Moderate damage to medium- risk structures; • Light damage to low-risk structures • Increasing damage (up to more than 50%) to old, dilapidated residential structures and houses of light materials. Majority of all nipa and cogon houses may be unroofed or destroyed • Houses of medium strength materials (old, timber or mixed timber-CHB structures, usually with G.I. roofing’s); some warehouses or bodega-type structures are unroofed. • There may be widespread disruption of electrical power and communication services. • Almost all banana plants are downed • Some big trees (acacia, mango, etc.) are broken or uprooted, • Dwarf-type or hybrid coconut trees are tilted or downed. • Rice and corn crops may suffer heavy losses • Damage to shrubbery and trees with foliage blown off; some large trees blown down. Open Sea Wave Height: > 14.0 meters Storm surge may reach up to 3.0 meters Signal #2 (61-120kph Expected in 24 hrs.) LUZON: Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, Sorsogon, Catanduanes, Southern Quezon, Batangas, Calamian Group of Islands and Occidental Mindoro including Lubang Island VISAYAS: Northern Samar Wind impact • Light to Moderate damage to high risk structures; • Very light to light damage to medium-risk structures; • No damage to very light damage to low risk structures • Unshielded, old dilapidated schoolhouses, makeshift shanties, and other structures of light materials are partially damaged or unroofed. • A number of nipa and cogon houses may be partially or totally unroofed. • Some old galvanized iron (G.I.) roofs may be peeled or blown off. • Some wooden, old electric posts are tilted or downed. • Some damage to poorly constructed signs/billboards • In general, the winds may bring light to moderate damage to the exposed communities. Most banana plants, a few mango trees, ipil-ipil and similar types of trees are downed or broken • Some coconut trees may be tilted with few others broken • Rice and corn may be adversely affected • Considerable damage to shrubbery and trees with some heavy-foliaged trees blown down. Open Sea Wave Height: 4.1-14.0 meters Storm surge possible at coastal areas Signal #1 (30-60kph Expected in 36 hrs.) LUZON: Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Bulacan, Rizal, Northern Palawan, Bataan and rest of Quezon including Polillo Island VISAYAS: Eastern Samar, Samar, Biliran, Leyte, Northern Cebu including Bantayan and Camotes Islands, Aklan, Capiz, Antique and Iloilo Wind impact • Very light or no damage to low risk structures, • Light damage to medium to high risk structures • Slight damage to some houses of very light materials or makeshift structures in exposed communities. Some banana plants are tilted, a few downed and leaves are generally damaged. • Twigs of small trees may be broken. • Rice crops, however, may suffer significant damage when it is in its flowering stage. Open Sea Wave Height: 1.25-4.0 meters Storm warning signals elsewhere have now been lifted, PAGASA added. The weather bureau advised the public and the disaster risk reduction and management council concerned "to take appropriate actions and watch for the next Severe Weather Bulletin to be issued at 5 am tomorrow, December 15. Interior and Local Government Secretary Mel Sarmiento earlier urged local government units to stay alert tonight. (WATCH: DILG chief to Nona-affected areas: Be alert, stay awake) "We should be more alert at night. We are suggesting this to residents in areas to be affected: If possible, stay awake," – Rappler.com Filed under:PAGAPhilippinesTyphoon Melorclimate changetyphoonsweatherTyphoon Nona YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE Nona maintains strength; 7 areas under signal #3 December 13, 2015 'Nona' now a severe tropical storm December 13, 2015 Jaime Augusto, Fernando Zobel de Ayala ride MRT, inspect LRT December 14, 2015 powered by findshare.com What's your take on this? Write and engage Here are the Latest stories from X What is X? What to learn from Valenciano vs the people of Duterte By Kristian Somera Today's Revolution: Duterte? By C.D.Bonoan Ang Pagbabalik ni Boy Promdi By Boy Promdi SA TOTOO LANG By MAR AT LENI PARA SA TULOY TULOY NA DAANG MATUWID Project Agos is supported by the Australian Government. australianAid Subscribe to The Daily wRap Instagram #ProjectAgos Storm surge, lahar flow alert up in Bicol and Visayas region About 71 municipalites in 9 provinces in the Bicol and Visayas region are told to be ready for possible storm surges as high as 3 meters Gwen de la Cruz Published 4:30 PM, December 14, 2015 Updated 5:40 PM, December 14, 2015 VULNERABLE. More than half of the Philippine population live on the coasts. Photo from Agence France-Presse VULNERABLE. More than half of the Philippine population live on the coasts. Photo from Agence France-Presse MANILA, Philippines - About 71 coastal municipalities in 9 provinces in Bicol and Visayas regions in the path of typhoon Nona (Melor) could experience storm surges as high as 3m (meters)and lahar flows from old volcanic deposits, warned state weather bureau PAGASA. "Storm surges of up to 3 meters are possible over areas under Public Storm Warning Signal (PSWS) #2 and #3," state weather bureau PAGASA announced on Monday, December 14. PAGASA posted on its official Facebook account a list of municipalities that could be affected by storm surges. They include the possible height of the storm surge, measured in meters above sea level. SORSOGON Barcelona 0.5 - 1 m Bulan 0.5 - 1 m Bulusan 0.5 - 1 m Castilla 0.5 - 1 m Donsol 0.5 - 1 m Gubat 0.5 - 1 m Magallanes 0.5 - 1 m Matnog 0.5 - 1 m Pilar 0.5 - 1 m Prieto Diaz 0.5 - 1 m Santa Magdalena 0.5 - 1 m Sorsogon City 0.5 - 1 m NORTHERN SAMAR Bobon 0.5 - 1m San Antonio 0.5 - 1m Capul 0.5 - 1m San Isidro 0.5 - 1m Catarman 0.5 - 1m San Jose 0.5 - 1m Gamay 0.5 - 1m San Roque 0.5 - 1m Laoang 0.5 - 1m San Vicente 0.5 - 1m Lapinig 0.5 - 1m Allen 1.0 - 1.5m Mapanas 0.5 - 1m Biri 1.0 - 1.5m Mondragon 0.5 - 1m Lavares 1.0 - 1.5m Palapag 0.5 - 1m Rosario 1.0 - 1.5m Pambujan 0.5 - 1m Victoria 1.0 - 1.5m EASTERN SAMAR Arteche 0.5 - 1m San Policarpo 0.5 - 1m MASBATE Aroroy 0.5 - 1m Baleno 0.5 - 1m Batuan 0.5 - 1m Claveria 0.5 - 1m Masbate City 0.5 - 1m Monreal 0.5 - 1m San Fernando 0.5 - 1m San Jacinto 0.5 - 1m San Pascual 0.5 - 1m QUEZON San Andres 0.5 - 1m San Narciso 0.5 - 1m CAMARINES NORTE Mercedes Up to 3m CAMARINES SUR Balatan 0.5 - 1m Bato 0.5 - 1m Bula 0.5 - 1m Minalabac 0.5 - 1m Sagnay 0.5 - 1m San Jose 0.5 - 1m Tigaon 0.5 - 1m Cabusao up to 3m Calabanga up to 3m Sipocot up to 3m CATANDUANES Bato 0.5 - 1m Virac 0.5 - 1m ALBAY Bacacay 0.5 - 1m Legazpi City 0.5 - 1m Libon 0.5 - 1m Ligao City 0.5 - 1m Malilipot 0.5 - 1m Malinao 0.5 - 1m Manito 0.5 - 1m Oas 0.5 - 1m Pio Duran 0.5 - 1m Rapu-Rapu 0.5 - 1m Santo Domingo 0.5 - 1m Tabaco City 0.5 - 1m Tiwi 0.5 - 1m The storm surge models tracks are valid from 2am, December 14 to 2am, December 15, according to PAGASA. A storm surge is caused by heavy cyclone winds pushing surface water towards the shore. READ: Storm Surge 101: Are you at risk? Are you prepared for it? Lahar flow threat Meanwhile, in areas near Mayon Volcano in Albay and Mount Bulusan in Sorsogon, the Philippine Institue of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) warned of possible lahar flows from old deposits, that may be triggered by heavy rainfall. Department of Science and Technology (DOST) assistant secretary Mon Liboro said that, in Albay, the following areas may be at high risk from lahar flow: Masarawak and Maninila in Guinobatan Padang in Legazpi City Lidong in Sto Domingo Mi-isi in Daraga Nabunton in Ligao City Meanhwile, in areas near Bulusan Volcano in Sorsogon, Liboro said heavy rainfall may cause the erosion of old pyroclastic deposits in the upper slopes of the volcano, triggering lahar flows in rivers, threatening downstream communities along Malunoy in Batac, Mapaso, Cadac-an, Tinampo and Cogon River in Irosin. 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