Flood Warnings still on Alert Level Red

Red Alert

While we lowered the Storm Warning to normal green level, we maintain the Flood Warning on Red Alert.

WASHI / Sendong continues to enhance the Northeast Monsoon (known as Amihan) across Metro Manila, Luzon, Bicol and the Northern Visayas. Windy conditions, cooler temperatures, and cloudy skies with passing occasional to widespread rains will be expected. Rough seas along the coastal areas facing the Philippine and Visayan Seas will prevail.

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Red Alert

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