Tuesday, September 20, 2005


from abs-cbn interactive:abs-cbn interactive: possible landslides and flash floods especially in Aurora and Quezon as the tropical depression is expected to affect these provinces that were badly hit by natural disasters in November and December last year owing to continuous rains. Labuyo, which is expected to affect Metro Manila, would be 130 kilometers north-northeast of Legazpi City Tuesday afternoon and 80 kilometers southwest of Baler, Aurora, by Wednesday afternoon.

from The Manila Bulletin Online:3 Aurora towns still isolated by floods and landslides. The northern towns of Dinalungan, Casiguran and Dilasag, this province have been isolated since Friday when some sections of the Baler-Casiguran Road were blocked by landslides triggered by continuous downpour.


I was watching the news on TV this morning and Labuyo, the typhoon, was on the headline. They specifically mentioned Aurora and advised us to prepare for this one because the typhoon might cause another round of flash flood. Or a section of the Sierra Madre might collapse ang bury the whole province (my idea). I bet news crews from ABS-CBN and GMA7 are now rushing to Baler to meet Labuyo and to be on location in case mother nature decides to drown us again.

We already have electricity since Sunday night. Someone drowned in Maria and another one was covered with landslide in Dipaculao.


Kidlat said...

Hey, i noticed that this typhoon map i linked from PAGASA is not static. It changes every hour or so and when you reload the page. Now the typhoon is up there near Cagayan.

Tabi po sa mga Gutierrez, peru tagiti lang dito sa Baler.

Anonymous said...

Oo nga anu. Not unless the picture been edited lately. Malayu na nga iyung puyu ng bagyo.Nice one. May weather station na ditu.