NDRRMC issues flood advisories due to Typhoon Nina

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NDRRMC issues flood advisories due to Typhoon Nina
The identified waterways in 26 provinces in 6 regions are likely to be affected because of thunderstorms and heavy rain

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – As Typhoon Nina (Nock-ten) continues makes landfall in Catanduanes Sunday, December 25, flood advisories in different regions have been issued by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC). (READ: Catanduanes under signal no.4 as Nina intensifies)

As of 7 pm, the following waterways in 40 provinces in 9 regions are likely to be affected because of thunderstorms and heavy rain:

BICOL REGION

  • Camarines Sur – rivers and tributaries in Lower Kilbay, Catabangan, Ragay, Tinalmud, Tambang and Tagonoy
  • Sorsogon – rivers and tributaries in Lower Donsol, Ogod, Putiao, Cadacan, Banuang-duan, Fabrica (Tugbugan), and Matnog
  • Catanduanes – rivers and tributaries in Cabuyan, Bato and Pajo
  • Camarines Norte – rivers and tributaries in Labo and Daet Basud
  • Albay – rivers and tributaries in Guinale, and Upper Donsol
  • Masbate – rivers and tributaries in Lanang, Mapayawan, Mandaong, Asid, Malbag, Guiom, Nainday, Daraga, Nauco (Aguada), and Beleno

CALABARZON

  • Laguna – rivers and tributaries Pagsanjan, Pila-Sta Cruz, San Juan, and San Cristobal
  • Cavite – rivers and tributaries in Laboc (Balsahan), Cañas, Ilang-Ilang and Imus
  • Quezon – rivers and tributaries in Upper Umirat, Lower Bolbok (Lawaya), Malaking-Ilog, Iyam, Macalelon, Catanauan, Silongin, Lagda, Pagsanjan, Yabahaan, Bigol, Guinhalinan, Vinas, Calauag, Pandanan, Sta. Lucia, Lugan, Malaybalay, Maapon, Bucal (Lalangan), Lakayat, Tignoan, Agos, Abinawan (Polilio Island), and Upper Kilbay-Catabangan
  • Rizal – rivers and tributaries in Upper Marikina and Kaliwa
  • Batangas – rivers and tributaries in Lian, Banabang-Molino, Pansipit, Kapumpong, Rosario-Lobo, and Upper Bolbok (Lawaya)

MIMAROPA

  • Occidental Mindoro – rivers and tributaries in Abra de Ilog, Cagaray, Labangan, Magbando, Lunintao, Anahawin, Monpong, Amnay, Pola, Pagbahan, Mamburao, and Ibod
  • Oriental Mindoro – rivers and tributaries in Malaylay-Baco, Pulang Tubig, Magasawang Tubig, Butas, Pula, Agsalin, Bansud, Samagui, Bongabon, Baroc, Bulalacao, and Balete
  • Palawan – rivers and tributaries in Abongon, Lian, Barabakan, Rizal, Caramay, Langogan, Babuyan, Bacungan, Ihawig Penal, Inagauan, Aborlan, Malasgao, Apurauan, Baton-Baton, Aramayawan, Ihawig, Panitian, Pulot, Lamakan, Kinlugan, Eraan, Tiga Plan, Malabangan, Ilog, Bansang, Conduaga, Culasian, Iwahig (Brookes), Okayan, Canipan and Busuanga, Coron
  • Marinduque – rivers and tributaries in Tawiran-Tagum and Boac

CENTRAL LUZON

  • Bataan – rivers and tributaries in Balanga and Moron
  • Aurora – rivers and tributaries in Casiguran, Aguang, and Lower Imuray
  • Zambales – rivers and tributaries in Panatawan, Sto Tomas, Bucau, Bancul and Lawis

EASTERN VISAYAS

  • Eastern Samar – rivers and tributaries in Oras, Dolores, Ulot, Taft, Borongan, Suribao, Llorento, Balangiga, and Sulat
  • Northern Samar – rivers and tributaries in Catarman, Bugko, Pambukhan, Catubig, Palapag, Mano, and Gamay
  • Leyte – rivers and tributaries in Sangputan, Palo, Salano (Quilot), Daguitan Marabang, Cadacan, Bongquirogon, Salug, Pagbanagaran, Pagsangahan, and Binahaan
  • Southern Leyte – rivers and tributaries in Bisay, Himbangan, and Pandan
  • Samar – rivers and tributaries in Basey, Silaga, Calbiga and Jibatan

CENTRAL VISAYAS

  • Cebu – rivers and tributaries in Kotkot, Mananga, Guinabasan, Balamban and Sapang Dako
  • Negros Oriental – rivers and tributaries in Libertad, Tanjay, Candugay, Siaton, Cauitan, Sipocong, Bayawan, Pagatban, and Lower Tyabanan
  • Bohol – rivers and tributaries in Inabanga, Ipil, Matulid, Loboc, and Abatan

WESTERN VISAYAS

  • Antique – rivers and tributaries in Sibalom, Ipayo, Cagaranan, Palawan, Cairauan, Dalanas, and Tibiao
  • Capiz – rivers and tributaries in Panay, Mambusao, Panay Malinao, Alingon, and Balantian
  • Iloilo – rivers and tributaries in Pinantan, Barotac, Akalaygan, Jalaud, Jalano, Jagdong, Jalaur, Lamunan, Jaro-Agaman, Sibalom and Guimbal
  • Negros Occidental – rivers and tributaries in Malogo, Sicaba, Grande, Himocaan, Danao, Upper Tyabanan, Sipalay, and Lower Ilog
  • Aklan – rivers and tributaries in Ibajay, Aklan, and Jalo

DAVAO REGION

  • Daval del Norte – rivers and tributaries in Tagum-Libuganon, Tuganay, Saug and Lasang
  • Davao del Sur – rivers and tributaries in Davao, Talomo, Lipadas, Tagulaya Sibuyan, Digos and Padada Mainit
  • Davao Oriental – rivers and tributaries in Catul, Dapras, Bangagas, Mahaneb, Manurigao, Caraga, Casaunan, Quinonoan, Bugnan-Mayo, Bitanayan, and Sumlog
  • Compostela Valley – rivers and tributaries in Matibo and Hijo

CARAGA

  • Surigao del Norte – rivers and tributaries in Surigao and Magallanes
  • Agusan del Sur – rivers and tributaries in Ojot, Wawa, Libang, Maosam, Kasilan, Gibong, Adgaoan, Sinulao, Kayonan and Andanan
  • Dinagat Islands – rivers and tributaries in Malinao Inlet and Gaas Lulet
  • Agusan del Norte – rivers and tributaries in Lake-Mainit-Tubay, Asiga, Agusan, Linugos, and Cabadbaran
  • Surigao del Sur – rivers and tributaries in Cantillan, Toracan, Tandag, Tago, Hubo Oteiza, Hinatuan, and Bislig

The NDRRMC warned those living in mountain slopes and low lying areas of these river systems, as well as the concerned Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils, to be on alert for flash floods and landslides. – Rappler.com

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