#FloodPH alert: Netizens report floods in Metro Manila
MANILA, Philippines – Metro Manila residents who were on their way to work on Wednesday, August 12, were stuck in heavy traffic due to a heavy downpour of rain which caused floods in certain parts of Metro Manila.
On its Twitter account @dost_pagasa, state weather bureau PAGASA alerted the public of strong rain in Metro Manila, Rizal, Laguna and some areas in Bataan.
Various photos of flood areas, specifically in Quezon City and Makati City, were posted on social media sites late morning.
In the Project Agos Zero Casualty Facebook group, Allan Jeff Areliano posted a photo of a flooded village in Barangay Culiat in Quezon City.
Electricity was cut off while it was raining hard in the University of the Philippines (UP), Soeui Lee (@zoweelee) reported.
Makati City floods
In Makati City, Kenneth Dimalibot (@justcallmelloyd) posted a video of the knee-deep flood along Chino Roces.
Here are other posts in social media:
The months from June to September have always been the period when typhoons and monsoon rains inundate the Philippines. – Rappler.com
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