29 Nov NDRRMC Warns Public Against Possible Super Typhoon Heading To Philippines
Mga higala! The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) is now advising the public to prepare for Typhoon Kammuri, due to the fact that it may intensify into a super typhoon once it enters the Philippines!
According to NDRRMC’s advisory, Kammuri will be named “Tisoy,” and will bring heavy damage to high-risk structures, unroof houses made of medium-strength materials, damage shrubbery, break or uproot large trees, and topple electric posts.
It may also cause storm surges in various coastal areas.
The said typhoon is expected to enter the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) by December 1, 2019, and may bring continuous heavy rains over Luzon and the eastern Visayas which could cause flooding and landslides.
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