Recently, Manila is experiencing flooding due to the heavy rain brought about by the storm. Actually, it started last month (July), while they were experiencing storms and heavy rain, here in Davao is still suffering from the summer’s heat or the heat that is brought by El Nino a few months back.
And just two days ago (August 25, 2014-Monday), a raging storm makes its presence felt by flooding and storming then again Manila. And we felt that raging storm here as well on the island of Mindanao.
We just then felt the “rainy months” last week and this week. And in connection of the recent events, this is why we’re still experiencing rotational brownout because we seldom experience rain in a week or month.
This is a link where you will see the raging storm last August 25, 2014-Monday that it lasted in some parts of the country until Tuesday and that they’ve been advised earlier Monday night on the national news from PAG-ASA that there will be no school at all levels and for employees—to work at their own risk.
Sometimes, we do not experience storms here in Davao even if Manila is already flooded. So, it varies on the path of the storm or how strong is the storm. I think I mentioned that in my post about typhoons.
Do check my post here about typhoons in the Philippines
Although we’re still experiencing storms from time to time, the good thing is, it’s not that serious from the last time.
And I am thankful for it because it only means a cooler and less irritating surrounding that makes work comfortable.
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