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La mesa dam still overflowing – storm moving northwards
La Mesa dam in Quezon City is still overflowing. By 03:00 p.m. it had a water overhead of 17 centimeters (6.7 inches). 6 of 9 dams in Luzon still show increasing water levels.
Tropical Storm TRAMI / Maring is slowly moving northwards while maintaining its strength. TRAMI / Maring is expected to continue gaining strength within the next 12 to 24 hours. It could become a Typhoon on Wednesday morning. Some forecasts show TRAMI / Maring reaching its peak winds of 130 km/hr on Wednesday evening.
The bad weather situation on the Visayan west coast and Central Luzon should slowly get better during the night from Wednesday to Thursday when storm TRAMI / Maring will move over northern Taiwan towards mainland China.
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