President Rodrigo Duterte stresses the importance of 'adequate preparation and prompt response’
(UPDATED) The water level of the river has been closely monitored over the weekend, as monsoon rains dumped water across large parts of Luzon, including Metro Manila
Most of the evacuees are from the town of Sta Rita
'Information is power, and we want this power to be used by Filipinos so they themselves can find means to prepare for calamities and help themselves immediately when calamities strike,' says DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo
(UPDATED) Another worker is rescued after flood waters filled a diversion tunnel being built in General Nakar, Quezon
The tornado leaves 1 injured and more than 100 houses destroyed, according to Manila disaster management chief Johnny Yu
More than 2,000 families or over 10,500 people evacuate as the heavy rain triggers floods
DSWD provides guidelines on how Filipinos can help those who are displaced by heavy rains
Erosion increases the amount of sediments at the Angat Dam, forcing Maynilad to reduce water production
(9th UPDATE) As of 8 pm, August 13, more than 2,000 families are evacuated from flood-prone areas
(11th UPDATE) As of 4 pm, Saturday, August 13, the water level in La Mesa Dam is just 10 centimeters short of the spilling level
The rest of the country will experience good weather, according to PAGASA
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For Metro Manila residents, Typhoon Lando (Koppu) remains dangerous even if it is not expected to bring as much rain as Tropical Storm Ondoy did in 2009
Bookmark and refresh this page for a list of schools and areas where classes have been suspended for Saturday, August 22 due to Typhoon Ineng.
The rest of Luzon, including Metro Manila, and Western Visayas can expect occasional rains on Friday, August 21
At least 64 provinces are vulnerable to heavy rainfall brought by Habagat that may trigger landslides and floods
Monsoon rains are expected in Palawan, Visayas, and parts of Mindnao on Wednesday, August 19. Typhoon Ineng will not yet directly affect any part of the country.
Metro Manila and the rest of the country will experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated thunderstorms mostly in the afternoon or evening
Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated thunderstorms will prevail over Metro Manila and the rest of the country
Northern Luzon, especially Ilocos region, can expect rains on Thursday, August 13, says PAGASA
The Southwest Monsoon will bring light to moderate rains on Wednesday, August 12, says PAGASA
Luzon and Visayas can expect moderate to strong winds also due to the Southwest Monsoon
Several PAL Express and Cebu Pacific flights are cancelled on Sunday morning, July 12
'The rain ceased being romantic and wind chimes, in turn, fluttered an angry battlecry. I cannot sit here and wait.'
Local disaster officials advise Marikina residents to follow the city's water level monitoring for safety
Brace for the heaviest monsoon rains August 6-7, PAGASA says
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You can help report critical information such as flooded areas, traffic situation and stranded motorists or commuters by reporting the location and the situation on the Project Agos Disaster Alert Map
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In recent years, monsoon rains or 'habagat' have become as destructive as Ondoy and other storms that enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR)
MovePH is calling out once again to its partners and volunteers to unite under Project Agos to help respond to heavy rains
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(UPDATED) As of 6 am on Sunday, August 25, 87 schools are still open as evacuation centers
21 people confirmed dead; Damage to infrastructure, agriculture pegged at P97.3 million
The monsoon rains affected close to 2 million, killed at least 19, and displace over 560,000 Filipinos, according to latest updates from government officials
(UPDATED) The regions battered by Maring are the fastest-growing and largest contributors to the economy
Loss of livelihood is common to many of the 360,000 evacuees across the country
To work, preparedness must be a public-private endeavor. Unfortunately, the business and commercial sectors went their merry way.
(UPDATED) Most of the fatalities drowned or were swept away by flood. The latest victims recovered are from Rizal and Pangasinan.
Most of Pasay's 200 barangays were affected by the Metro Manila-wide flooding
Residents of Marikina City are forced to evacuate as water level in Marikina River breaches the 18-meter mark. Paterno Esmaquel reports.
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This explains the heavy flooding in southern Luzon, which bore the brunt of the the rains