philippines: will be experiencing rains till part of febraury 2011
November 5, 2010 4:58pm CST
Rainy days once more and PAG-ASA said this will last through part of February 2011.Part of the Philippines will be experiencing heavy floods again,especially in Luzon area. Will again the government ready for this?I just hope so.Godbless everyone...happy mylotting!
6 Nov 10
It rained hard in makati yesterday. The good thing is it only lasted for a few minutes. Had it continued like that for a few hours, I'm sure it's going to be Ondoy all over again. I hope that our drainage are cleaned up already to accommodate the flood waters. I also hope that the rains will fall where it is needed, like in rice paddies and the water sheds.
6 Nov 10
That's probably why Isabela has been severely inundated in the last few days. The global warming is really affecting everyone, this country included. I guess we will have a wet Christmas this year. That reminds me, I should start stocking up on emergency supplies lest I become a victim of Ondoy again.
5 Nov 10
Hello! Honestly, I really don't have any idea that it would be that way. Im so busy during weekdays and more so when its week end so I don't have much comfort of time to watch news. Really? yesterday its too rainy here in Bulacan and now, its too dark outside though its already * in the morning. Ive been complaining of so cold weather this past few days because i am an individual who easily feel hot during sunny days, but i also feel cold easily as well. Well, its a good thing that they announced it early so we could prepare ourselves well enough especially to those flood prone area out there. I deeply felt the strength of Ondoy and I never wanted to experience that heavy flooding again. Have a nice week end!
6 Nov 10
Hi elle, Based on the typhoon Juan experience I think the necessary gov't resources were mobilized ahead of the typhoon's arrival resulting in minimal loss of lives and damage to property as compared to previous typhoons of this magnitude. I do hope the gov't will be able to maintain this level of readiness for the rains and floods that is yet to come.