LOOK: Houses, trees in Calabarzon, Metro Manila covered in ash day after Taal Volcano eruption
MANILA, Philippine – Residents in several areas, including Calabarzon and Metro Manila, woke up to a thick blanket of ash covering houses, trees, cars, and roads on Monday, January 13.
This came a day after Taal Volcano in Batangas spewed ash on Sunday afternoon, January 12, generating an ash column 10 to 15 kilometers high. As of Sunday evening, Alert Level 4 has been raised, meaning a "hazardous" eruption is possible "within hours to days." (READ: What to do before, during, and after a volcano eruption)
On Sunday, the ashfall from Taal spread across Calabarzon and Metro Manila. (LOOK: Ashfall from Taal Volcano spreads to Calabarzon, Metro Manila)
Below are some photos taken on Monday, January 13:
A thick blanket of ash covered plants and houses in Silang, Cavite on Monday morning, January 13. Photo by Maribel Loyola-Generoso pic.twitter.com/uPX8a1MXje— MovePH (@MovePH) January 13, 2020