Great: Project NOAH helps now!

NOAH main screen (click to enlarge)

Project NOAH
NOAH stands for Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards. This tool developed by DOST is a great help for weather forecast and disaster prevention.

Our congratulations go to DOST and PAGASA. ApplauseApplauseApplause

Here it is Link

NOAH main screen (click to enlarge)

On the right side is a small window with continuous updates and in the footer one finds as a scrolling text the latest PAGASA Tweets.

Among the overlays are rain statistics and rain forecasts:

NOAH 24 hours rain

There are also 4 “Doppler” radar station investigating the water content of the atmosphere:

NOAH Doppler radar in Subic Bay

A great tool. But unfortunately only few Pinoy/Pinays can read a map. I asked around in our family and found that neither kids nor parents nor grand-parents can find our home-town on the map. On a world map they are completely lost and can’t find the Philippines until the name of their nation is readable.

This is NOW a challenge for the schools. Learn your kids reading maps. Do it NOW!

And do not forget! Bookmark:

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