The Inundation of Central Luzon

During and after every typhoon in the Philippines that hits Central Luzon, which we call the rice granary of the country, a province called Pampanga usually become a "swamp" like Florida's Everglades. The water inundation of Pampanga's farmlands had become a perennial problem of the Kapampangans (people of Pampanga). Considering that typhoons nowadays are getting... Continue Reading →

The Typhoon Hanna…

Typhoon Hanna (international name: Soudelor) has maintained its strength and continues to move towards Batanes, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said in its 5 p.m. severe weather bulletin on Thursday (August 6). As of 4 p.m., the eye of the typhoon was located at 715 km east of Basco, Batanes, packing... Continue Reading →

“Dodong’s” Mother’s Day Greeting…

Metro Manila is cloudy this Sunday morning, the Mother's Day. Typhoon Dodong has covered most of the Philippines with his ebony cloak, though he has not poured his torrential rain yet in the city. He did sent his liquid minions last night. To all those under Storm Signal 2 and 3, please do take care...!

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