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Bagyong Quiel: PAGASA Typhoon Quiel and Weather update as of September 30 11 pm

By on Oct 1, 2011 in Asia, Science, Weather, World Comments

Updated: October 1, 2011 12:33 p.m.

Read Bagyong Quiel: PAGASA Typhoon Quiel and Weather update October 1 11 am, Metro Manila Signal No. 1

Manila, PhilippinesBagyong Quiel has intensified further and seriously threatens Cagayan-Isabela as it moves closer, as of Friday, September 30, 2011, 11 p.m. (local time).


Bagyong Quiel track (Click Image To Enlarge)
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As noted by Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) on its official website, typhoon Quiel is expected to make landfall in Cagayan on early morning of Saturday.

As of 10 p.m. on Friday, Bagyong Quiel is at 340 kms East of Tuguegarao City and is being forecast to move West at 26 kph, with PAGASA noting that Metro Manila will not be hit directly.

PAGASA said typhoon Quiel is being estimated to be at 120 kms West of Sinait, Ilocos Sur on Saturday night, and 720 km West of Sinait, Ilocos Sur on Sunday night.

Typhoon Quiel was noted to have maximum sustained winds of 150 kph near the center with gustiness of up to 185 kph with 10 provinces now under Public Storm Signal No. 3.

This includes Cagayan, Isabela, Northern Aurora, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Ifugao, Mt. Province, Kalinga, Apayao and Abra. Almost of them were affected by the recent typhoon Pedring.

Meanwhile, Public Storm Signal No. 2 was raised in Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, Benguet, La Union, the rest of Aurora, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Calayan Group of Islands and Babuyan Group of Islands.

On the other hand, Public Storm Signal No. 1 was raised in seven areas including Northern Quezon, Polillo Island, Pampanga, Tarlac, Zambales, Batanes and Bulacan.

Apparently, Bulacan has now some of its towns being affected by massive floods brought about by typhoon Pedring including Calumpit and Hagonoy, where rescue operation is still going on.

Bulacan Gov. Willy Alvarado told reports that the massive flood was due to the release of water from three dams namely Angat Dam, Ipo Dam, and Bustos Dam; but NAPOCOR denied the allegations.

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