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WATCH: After Super Typhoon Rolly, parts of Bicol flooded again due to Typhoon Ulysses

Still reeling from the onslaught of Super Typhoon Rolly, parts of the Camarines provinces, as well as, the rest of Bicol faced heavy flooding again on Wednesday, November 11, due to the strong rain and wind brought by Typhoon Ulysses.

Typhoon Ulysses comes more than a week after Super Typhoon Rolly scarred the Bicol region and flooded parts of Southern Luzon. For Wednesday evening, Ulysses will pass over the seas north of Camarines Sur and Camarines Norte.

Ahead of its landfall, parts of Camarines Sur and Camarines Norte are already seeing waist-high flooding as of Wednesday afternoon. Among the areas inundated were Baao and San Jose towns in Camarines Sur, as well as Capalonga town in Camarines Norte.

FLOODED. Barangay in Capalonga, Camarines Norte submerged in knee-deep flood due to heavy rain brought by Typhoon Ulysses at 3:40 pm, November 11.

Photo by Naldo Anduyan

TAKING OVER. Flood takes over the streets of Brgy. Manamoc, Lagonoy, Camarines Sur due to the overflow of a nearby stream. Residents report non-stop rain and wind brought by Typhoon Ulysses as of 5:30 pm, November 11.

Photo from Rachel Nipay

Meanwhile in Albay, the roofs of several houses in Tabaco were torn off due to Ulysses’ strong wind. It also felled trees in Pili, Camarines Sur.

Typhoon Ulysses’ intense rain and wind also battered Albay, including a seaside barangays in Jonop, Malinao, Albay.

What’s the situation in your area? Send a photo or video to move.ph@rappler.com to let more people know about the impact of Typhoon Ulysses to communities. Bookmark this page for updates on Typhoon Ulysses.