PHILIPPINES- As of 10:46 PM, September 14, 2014,Sunday, typhoon Luis, and the Southwest Monsoon, or Habagat are continuously causing heavy rains. Flooding, flash floods, and landslides were recorded in areas in Luzon.
PAGASA warned the residents living in the province’ coastal areas as Typhoon Luis threatens to strike Northern Luzon.
Suspension of classes on Monday, September 15, 2015 was announced by some local governments because of the danger posed by Typhoon Luis (Kalmaegi).
Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. has ordered classes in all levels in the National Capital Region suspended on Monday.
Areas with class suspension are as follows:
Aurora (all levels)
Abra (all levels)
Bataan (all levels)
Benguet (all levels)
Baliuag, Bulacan (all levels)
Bulakan, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
Calumpit, Bulacan (elementary to high school)
Hagonoy, Bulacan (elementary)
Malolos City, Bulacan (preschool and elementary)
Marilao, Bulacan (preschool to elementary)
Plaridel, Bulacan (all levels)
Sta. Maria, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
Calamian group of islands (all levels)
Cavite (all levels)
Ilocos Norte (primary and secondary)
Laguna (all levels)
Mindoro provinces (all levels)
Nueva Ecija (all levels)
San Fernando City, La Union (all levels)
San Fernando and Angeles City, Pampanga (preschool to high school)
Rizal (all levels)
Tarlac (all levels)
Quezon (all levels)
Zambales (all levels)
According to National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) rains and strong winds also caused power outages in some areas in Batangas.
Flights were cancelled over the weekend while 1, 000 people were stranded as four vessels in the Bicol region were barred from leaving the port.
As reported on GMA 7’s “24 Oras” some 13 barangays in San Miguel, Bulacan had been flooded due to the overflow from Bulo Dam.