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Typhoon track source: Joint Typhoon Warning Center
#LuisPH: Help map critical reports
MANILA, Philippines – As of 10 pm Sunday, September 13, the eye of the Typhoon Luis (Kalmaegi) was located in Kabugao, Apayao. (READ: Typhoon Luis out of PH Monday morning)
The typhoon is carrying maximum sustained winds of 120 kilometers per hour and gusts of up to 150 km/h. It is also moving west northwest at a speed of 30 km/h.
State weather bureau PAGASA raised Public Storm Warning Signal No 3 over:
- Ilocos Norte
- Mountain Province
- Ilocos Sur
- Babuyan and Calayan Group of Islands
Meanwhile these foloowing areas are under Public Storm Warning Signal No 2:
- Batanes Group of Islands
- La Union
- Nueva Vizcaya
PAGASA also raised Public Strom Warning Signal No. 1 over the following areas:
- Nueva Ecija
Areas under Public Storm Warning Signals No 1, 2, and 3 are alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides.
Meanwhile, the combined effect of the tropical storm and a southwest monsoon will bring light to moderate rains and thunderstorms in Calabarzon, Mimaropa, Bicol region, and Visayas.
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You can help report critcial information such as flooded areas, damaged roads, or people in need of rescue by reporting your location and the situation on the Project Agos Disaster Alert Map at the top of this page. The crowdsourced data can be used by disaster management agencies to mobilize response teams to the area.
To report a flood or any critical information:
- Click on the report button at the top right corner of the map.
- Provide your name, the location of the report and other important details.
- Refresh the page to view your report.
- You can also share your report via social media.
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