LIVE BLOG: Prepare for #CaloyPH

Rappler.com
(UPDATED) This live blog will be updated with the latest information about the typhoon, the communities affected by it, and the various sectors and agencies responding to it.

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Tropical depression Caloy has weakened into a Low Pressure Area (LPA), according to  PAGASA‘s weather bulletin as of 5pm, March 22, Saturday.

All public storm warning signals have been lowered.

PAGASA said that Eastern Visayas and Caraga will continue have cloudy skies, with moderate to occasional heavy rains and thunderstorms possibly triggering flashfloods and landslides.

Fishing boats and other small seascrafts are still discouraged from moving into the seaboards of Northern Luzon and the eastern seaboards of Luzon and of Visayas.

With the help of citizens, Rappler is tracking the situation on the ground to inform and alert the public and responders. 

This live blog will be updated with the latest information, data, photos, videos about the typhoon, the communities affected by it, and the various sectors and agencies responding to it.

 

Help report critical information such as flooding, road or building damage, or those who need rescue or assistance using the Project Agos disaster information map. Rappler’s MovePH team will monitor the map and alert authorities.

You can also share #CaloyPH information, photos, and videos by tweeting them to us, emailing move.ph@rappler.com, or uploading them to our MovePH Facebook page.

Here’s also a list of emergency numbers you can call.

Visit our #WeatherAlerts page for weather forecasts, and our Bulletin Board for class suspension announcements.

Did we miss anything? Leave a comment on our live blog above. – Rappler.com