Improved southwest monsoon causes flooding in parts of Metro Manila

MANILA – Floods were reported in parts of Metro Manila at the beginning of Monday as a result of persistent rains caused by the south-western monsoon reinforced by typhoon "Maymay" (international name Jebi).

In an advisory report, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority said that floods have been reported in the following areas from 4.50 am:

  • R. Papa both borders – Knee deep. Not passable for light vehicles
  • Moumento area – poured deep. Suitable for all vehicles
  • McArthur Highway both directions – poured deep. Suitable for all vehicles
  • Balintawak A. Bonifacio Ave under the bridge in a northerly direction – Goot deep. Suitable for all vehicles
  • EDSA Balintawak to the south – The deep, outer path of the gutter is knee deep

The administration of the Philippine atmospheric, geophysical and astronomical services said that "Maymay" is somewhat weakened and now lies outside the responsibility of the Philippines.

The typhoon has no direct effect in any part of the country. However, the southwestern monsoon will spread scattered light to moderate to sometimes heavy rains over Metro Manila, Pangasinan, Central Luzon, Calabarzon, Mimaropa, Bicol region and the Zamboanga peninsula. (PNA)

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