#FloodPH: Warning for Pangasinan and Tarlac


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#FloodPH: Warning for Pangasinan and Tarlac
Pangasinan residents are warned of moderate to occasionally heavy rains and persisting floods

MANILA, Philippines – Moderate to heavy rain until 3 am on Wednesday, October 21, is expected over Pangasinan due to Typhoon Lando (Koppu), state weather bureau PAGASA reported. 

The river basin, in the 72 hours leading up to 3am on the morning of October 18, experienced 284.7 mm of rainfall. Flooding is expected to persist over the course of the day in the following areas:

  • Further Rise of Allied-Sinocalan, Ingalera and Tagamusing Rivers
    – Sta. Barbara, Calasiao, Binmaley, Sinaloan, Malasiqui, Dagupan City, and Urdaneta City
  • Slow rise of Allied-Bued, Patalan, Angalacan and the Aloragat Rivers
    – Mangaldan, Mapandan, San Fabian, San Jacinto, Laoac, Manaoag, Sison, and Pozorrubio
  • Slow rise of Upper and Middle Agno River (due to release of San Roque Dam) and tributaries: Ambayaoan and Banila Rivers
    – San Nicolas, San Manuel (Pangasinan), Asingan, Tayug, Sta. Maria, Balungao, Rosales, Villasis, and Sto. Tomas
  • Further rise of Lower Agno River (due to the release of San Roque Dam) and Tributary streams
    – Alcala, Bautista, Bayamband, San Carlos City, Urbiztondo, Mangatarem, Aguilar, Bugallon, Labrador, and Lingayen
  • Slow recession of tributaries Tarlac and Camiling Rivers (flooding to persist)
    – San Manuel (Tarlac), Tarlac City, Gerona, Paniqui, Moncada,Sta. Ignacia, Mayantoc, and Camiling. – Rappler.com

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