Tag Archives: super typhoon

Look your best during Thursday’s hot weather

The Ridge of High Pressure Area continues to affect Luzon. This weather system is associated with fair weather conditions and high temperatures. Today, the Philippines will experience partly cloudy to…

Super Typhoon ravages South Pacific

Cyclone Pam raged in the South Pacific island nation, Vanuatu. The category 5 cyclone has been compared to Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) that devastated Central Philippines back in November 2013….

Ruby no longer a typhoon

Ruby continues to weaken as it traverses the landmass of Southern Luzon. With maximum sustained winds of 60 kph, Ruby is now downgraded to Tropical Depression, the lowest category of…

Ruby, longest staying typhoon inside PAR

Typhoon Haiyan,last year locally named Yolanda, which wreaked havoc in Eastern Visayas last year, remains to be the strongest typhoon, bearing maximum sustained winds of 235 kph. However, Typhoon Ruby…

Ruby continues to threaten Samar

Typhoon Ruby is expected to make its landfall over Dolores, Eastern Samar tonight between 8-10 PM. Residents in said areas are advised against strong winds, heavy to intense rainfall and…

Cooking up a Storm: How Typhoons Get their International Names

Natural disasters, particularly typhoons, have earned special attention and mention throughout our nation’s history because of the devastation they leave behind, causing immense losses to infrastructure, agriculture and human lives….

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…