Rainfall accumulated in last 22 hours has surpassed Ondoy’s, says executive director of DOST’s Project NOAH

ABS-CBNNews.com reports that according to Department of Science and Technology’s Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) executive director Dr. Mahar Lagmay "accumulated rainfall in the past 22 hours has reached 472mm, which is higher than the 455mm in 24 hours during tropical storm Ondoy (in September 2009)."

ABS-CBNNews.com reports that according to Department of Science and Technology’s Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) executive director  Dr. Mahar Lagmay "accumulated rainfall in the past 22 hours has reached 472mm, which is higher than the 455mm in 24 hours during tropical storm Ondoy (in September 2009)." Lagmay shared this information via his Twitter account.

 

The report also noted that "even before the latest deluge, the death toll from eight days of sustained rains had reached 53 with more than 268,000 people forced to flee their homes across the country."

 

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