Tropical Depression Ramon

October 12, 2011 by staff 

Tropical Depression RamonTropical Depression Ramon, Tropical Depression “Ramon” a little slow when passing near San Jose in Mindoro Occidental Wednesday night, but 15 remain the areas with the number 1 storm signal.

Services the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (Pagasa) said in its bulletin of 11, Ramon was discovered 20 miles northwest of San José, with maximum winds of 55 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and 10 pm

Ramon is expected to move northwest at 13 kph.
Pagasa said the dissipation of pressure to the north of Luzon, an area of ??high Ramon pushed to move north and dump heavy rain in moderate to Buenos Aires on Thursday and Friday.

The mass of tropical depression in the cloud went 400 miles across the provinces of Mindoro, including Manila, after weaving through the islands of central and south.

Metro Manila is still the number one sign of storm, with Marinduque, Mindoro Provinces, Lubang Island, Romblon, Quezon Southern, Northern Palawan, Calamian group of islands, Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Bataan, and Zambales southern Luzon and Visayas Aklan and Antique.

Disaster Risk Reduction and Management of the National Council (NDRRMC) reported one death due to Ramon in the Caraga region. The victim was identified as gales Daryll, 20, of Barangay Bugabus Manila, Santa Cruz, the city of Butuan.

Winds was buried alive, while conducting small-scale mining in Santa. Cruz.

In Western Visayas, Jorel Apaitan, 25, of Barangay Balaring, Ivis, Capiz, was injured after being hit by lightning, said in his 6 Update NDRRMC pm Wednesday.

The disaster management council also monitored fishermen rescued by local residents in eastern North Visayas and Mindanao on Wednesday.

Sales Salvador, a fisherman from Bariis, Biliran province Caibiran, was rescued Wednesday after he was reported missing by his family.

In Northern Mindanao, Misamis Oriental 13 fishermen were found along the sea of ??Guindulman, Bohol. They were identified as Benjie and Bern?ldez Erickson, Roger Amaro, Renato, and Renajarne Elren Jugarap, Cris Chico Maglasang, Joel, and Military Rading Sunday, Randy Gumahin; Poloy Lameon and Salvador Cabrera.

They were taken to the city of Surigao and Camiguin are now said the NDRRMC.

Tropical Depression also caused flight cancellations in Manila and other airports as well as the ground of more than 6,000 passengers in various ports in Visayas and Mindanao.

As of 1:30 pm Wednesday, a total of 48 domestic flights in Manila, Masbate, Catarman, Kalibo, Calbayog, Caticlan and Roxas were canceled due to bad weather caused by Ramon.

A consolidated report of the Coast Guard districts and stations also showed that 8671 passengers were stranded in various ports in areas affected by tropical depression until 6 pm Wednesday.

As for families displaced by Ramon, the NDRRMC reported that the storm has so far affected 1222 families or 5826 in 21 villages in 10 municipalities and two cities in the provinces of Romblon, Capiz, Iloilo, Cebu, Misamis Oriental, Cotabato South, and Dinagat Island.

Around 448 families or individuals who are currently 2124 evacuation centers served both inside and outside these areas.

The government said the assistance to affected families, the Department of Social Welfare prepositioning p7.5 million of reserve funds and P56.67 million in relief supplies in all social welfare offices along the path the typhoon.

Red alert also remains in various parts of the route of Ramon.

The storm made landfall in southern Leyte early Wednesday and weakened in the process. Ramon moves in the Philippine Sea to the west in the afternoon of Thursday, where the warm waters are expected to strengthen again.

Ramon, the storm from 18 to enter the country this year, is expected to be 280 kilometers west northwest of the city of Calapan, Oriental Mindoro Thursday night, and 480 kilometers west northwest of Iba, Zambales at night on Friday.

Pagasa said Ramon leave the country on Friday afternoon.

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