MAYSAK/Chedeng – vanished!

light rain

The storm MAYSAK/Chedeng belongs to the past. The Doppler radars show some light to rainfalls in norther Luzon. In some parts the rainfall is although heavy. On the east coast of Luzon waves are still high and vessel traffic is still interrupted.

Japan’s JMA reports another small tropical storm called HAISHEN. This storm has little chance to develop and is no danger for the Philippines.

This is our final report on MAYSAK/Chedeng.


Related posts

  • Cebu Pacific Turmoil – over 100 flights cancelledMay 1, 2019 Cebu Pacific Turmoil – over 100 flights cancelled The Cebu Pacific Turmoil had started end of last week. An increasing number of passengers found their coming flights cancelled. Nobody […]
  • DoTC has big projectsFebruary 10, 2012 DoTC has big projects Last Monday the  DoTC (the  Department of Transportation and Communications ) published their list of priority projects. Somehow it sounds […]
  • Do you VAPE? US-DOT to ban E-cigarettes!May 20, 2016 Do you VAPE? US-DOT to ban E-cigarettes! VAPE? Never heard? So did I, until we got an inquiry from a reader of "Silent Gardens" two days ago. Vape means: To inhale vapour from […]
  • Severe water pollution in Benoni portJuly 9, 2013 Severe water pollution in Benoni port Yesterday vendors in the Port of Benoni, Camiguin sighted an oil spill at the vicinity and immediately reported the incident to the Coast […]
  • Propeller exploded? Explosive propellers?September 18, 2013 Propeller exploded? Explosive propellers? ABS-CBN reported at 1:51 p.m. today: "A Philippine Airlines flight from Davao City was delayed after its right engine propeller exploded […]
Share if you like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Enter Captcha Here : *

Reload Image

error: Content is protected !!