Tag Archives: storm surge

Chedeng to dissipate, a possibility

UPDATED AS OF 8:56AM (PST) — Originally 10 kph shy of being a Super Typhoon by PAGASA standards, Chedeng further weakened to tropical depression category this morning. From the original…

Typhoon Ruby has maintained strength and slows down  

Typhoon Ruby has maintained its strength while nearing the landmass of Eastern Samar. At 10 AM today, Ruby was located at 435 kilometers east of Borongan, Eastern Samar, packing winds…

Typhoon “Hagupit” intensifies; possible landfall over Visayas

At 10:00 AM today, the center of the typhoon Hagupit was estimated at 1,543 kilometers east of Davao City. Packing winds of 140 kilometers per hour and gustiness of up…

WEATHER-WISER: 10 Must-Know Weather Words

Meteorology covers a wide variety of terminology that we often hear, but seldom understand and remember. Check out these weather words and be in the know! 1. CLIMATE Climate is…

Remembering YOLANDA: Looking back, moving forward

Aside from the magnitude 7.2 earthquake that shook Bohol last year, who could not forget Yolanda? Let’s look back on how it affected the country and how Filipinos unite in…

Remembering Yolanda | November 8, 2013

Yolanda in the eye of PAGASA: Delubyo Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) greatly devastated Eastern Visayas particularly the provinces of Tacloban, Leyte the Super Typhoon that claimed more than six thousand…

Typhoon Haiyan: A Year After

It came and went like scenes in a post-apocalyptic movie. Damaged infrastructures. Destroyed homes. Roads and bridges impassable. Barangays inundated with water. No food to eat. No water to drink….

Remembering Yolanda | November 8, 2013

TYPHOON HAIYAN: A YEAR AFTER It came and went like scenes in a post-apocalyptic movie. Damaged infrastructures. Destroyed homes. Roads and bridges impassable. Barangays inundated with water. No food to…