Category Archives: Natural Disasters

December 25 Forecast for Bagyong Nina via Project Noah

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Storm Surge Hazard Map: Sorsogon City (Poblacion)

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Storm Surge Hazard Map: Bacon Poblacion

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Bagyong Glenda

It’s been weeks since Bagyong Glenda hit our beloved province. And it’s still reeling from its effect. Our place was flooded, a first as far as I can remember. Trees that survived other strong typhoons were toppled down according to a friend … Continue reading

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Binaha Kami Niyan – Bagyong Glenda

I called my mom to say, hi, and also check her status in Brgy. Bibincahan, Sorsogon City. It was around 530pm. She told me that the water was rising and the level was above her ankle already. Considering that our … Continue reading

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BICOLANO ARTISTS TO LAUNCH BENEFIT CONCERT FOR THE VICTIMS OF TYPHOON YOLANDA

From Kurit Lagting SORSOGON CITY- Almost one month after supertyphoon Yolanda hit the Philippines, survivors are just starting to rebuild their lives. Help came and are still coming. But it will take time before they can get back on their … Continue reading

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In Yolanda’s wake, memories of Filipino resiliency

NEW YORK—I am accustomed to strong typhoons. Before I immigrated to the United States more than a decade ago, I grew up in my native Sorsogon, a coastal town about 160 miles north of Tacloban City in the Philippines. The … Continue reading

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