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Wetter first 2 weeks of the month

Philippines suffer another devastating flashfloods and landslide for the past few days as rain continues to persist for the past 2 weeks. Based on TOVAS imagery seen at the left, almost 2000mm rain fall fell most part of eastern side of Mindanao and almost most part of the country received much rain probably higher than average. In metromanila alone, 115mm of rain fell for the 1st 2 weeks of the month (CLICK HERE TO SEE THE IMAGERY: http://lake.nascom.nasa.gov/daac-bin/Giovanni/tovas/Giovanni_cgi.pl?west=120.8&north=14.7&east=121.2&south=14.3&params=0%7C3B41RT&plot_type=Area+Plot&byr=2009&bmo=01&bdy=1&bhr=00&eyr=2009&emo=01&edy=13&ehr=15&begin_date=2006%2F01%2F01%2F00&end_date=2009%2F01%2F13%2F15&cbar=cdyn&cmin=&cmax=&yaxis=ydyn&ymin=&ymax=&yint=&ascres=0.25x0.25&global_cfg=tovas.global.cfg.pl&instance_id=realtime&prod_id=3B41RT&action=Generate+Plot). Bicol region particularly catanduanes receives almost 650mm of rain (CLICK HERE TO SEE THE IMAGERY: Luzon imagery, http://lake.nascom.nasa.gov/daac-bin/Giovanni/tovas/Giovanni_cgi.pl?west=119&north=21&east=124.5&south=12&params=0%7C3B41RT&plot_type=Area+Plot&byr=2009&bmo=01&bdy=1&bhr=00&eyr=2009&emo=01&edy=13&ehr=15&begin_date=2006%2F01%2F01%2F00&end_date=2009%2F01%2F13%2F15&cbar=cdyn&cmin=&cmax=&yaxis=ydyn&ymin=&ymax=&yint=&ascres=0.25x0.25&global_cfg=tovas.global.cfg.pl&instance_id=realtime&prod_id=3B41RT&action=Generate+Plot CLOSE UP: http://lake.nascom.nasa.gov/daac-bin/Giovanni/tovas/Giovanni_cgi.pl?west=123&north=15&east=124.5&south=13&params=0%7C3B41RT&plot_type=Area+Plot&byr=2009&bmo=01&bdy=1&bhr=00&eyr=2009&emo=01&edy=13&ehr=15&begin_date=2006%2F01%2F01%2F00&end_date=2009%2F01%2F13%2F15&cbar=cdyn&cmin=&cmax=&yaxis=ydyn&ymin=&ymax=&yint=&ascres=0.25x0.25&global_cfg=tovas.global.cfg.pl&instance_id=realtime&prod_id=3B41RT&action=Generate+Plot). Eastern Visayas which suffers flashfloods and landslide for the past weeks almost double its amount to 1600mm range rainfall for 2 weeks alone (CLICK HERE TO SEE THE IMAGERY: Visayas, http://lake.nascom.nasa.gov/daac-bin/Giovanni/tovas/Giovanni_cgi.pl?west=117&north=14&east=126.5&south=9&params=0%7C3B41RT&plot_type=Area+Plot&byr=2009&bmo=01&bdy=1&bhr=00&eyr=2009&emo=01&edy=13&ehr=15&begin_date=2006%2F01%2F01%2F00&end_date=2009%2F01%2F13%2F15&cbar=cdyn&cmin=&cmax=&yaxis=ydyn&ymin=&ymax=&yint=&ascres=0.25x0.25&global_cfg=tovas.global.cfg.pl&instance_id=realtime&prod_id=3B41RT&action=Generate+Plot CLOSEST POINT: http://lake.nascom.nasa.gov/daac-bin/Giovanni/tovas/Giovanni_cgi.pl?west=124&north=13&east=126.5&south=10&params=0%7C3B41RT&plot_type=Area+Plot&byr=2009&bmo=01&bdy=1&bhr=00&eyr=2009&emo=01&edy=13&ehr=15&begin_date=2006%2F01%2F01%2F00&end_date=2009%2F01%2F13%2F15&cbar=cdyn&cmin=&cmax=&yaxis=ydyn&ymin=&ymax=&yint=&ascres=0.25x0.25&global_cfg=tovas.global.cfg.pl&instance_id=realtime&prod_id=3B41RT&action=Generate+Plot). numerous report of mudslide and flashfloods reported over this region. Mindanao, the hardest hit of this large amount of rainfall that resulted to death of 1 in cagayan de oro city received tremendous ranging to 200mm minimum and 2000mm maximum rainfall over the area (CLICK HERE TO SEE THE IMAGERY, http://lake.nascom.nasa.gov/daac-bin/Giovanni/tovas/Giovanni_cgi.pl?west=119&north=11&east=127&south=5&params=0%7C3B41RT&plot_type=Area+Plot&byr=2009&bmo=01&bdy=1&bhr=00&eyr=2009&emo=01&edy=13&ehr=15&begin_date=2006%2F01%2F01%2F00&end_date=2009%2F01%2F13%2F15&cbar=cdyn&cmin=&cmax=&yaxis=ydyn&ymin=&ymax=&yint=&ascres=0.25x0.25&global_cfg=tovas.global.cfg.pl&instance_id=realtime&prod_id=3B41RT&action=Generate+Plot CLOSEST, http://lake.nascom.nasa.gov/daac-bin/Giovanni/tovas/Giovanni_cgi.pl?west=125.5&north=10.5&east=127&south=9&params=0%7C3B41RT&plot_type=Area+Plot&byr=2009&bmo=01&bdy=1&bhr=00&eyr=2009&emo=01&edy=13&ehr=15&begin_date=2006%2F01%2F01%2F00&end_date=2009%2F01%2F13%2F15&cbar=cdyn&cmin=&cmax=&yaxis=ydyn&ymin=&ymax=&yint=&ascres=0.25x0.25&global_cfg=tovas.global.cfg.pl&instance_id=realtime&prod_id=3B41RT&action=Generate+Plot).

This large amount of rainfall were attributed to ongoing effect of La-Nina phenomenon which induced series of disturbances such as minimal depression auring and newly formed active 92W which spawned by active monsoon trough. Cold surge still persist for the past 2 weeks as cold front and northeast monsoon peaks this month and expected to persist until february this year.

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