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LAS PINAS CITY REALTIME DATA (CREDITS: MANILA OBSERVATORY)

PRESSURE TEMPERATURE RAINFALL WINDSPEED SOLAR RADIATION

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REAL TIME HOURLY SURFACE WIND AND RAINRATE WITH VALUE

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DOPPLER RADARs (CREDITS: CLIMATEX)

REASON OF FLOODINGS AT METRO MANILA IN THE HEIGHT OF TROPICAL STORM KETSANA/ONDOY

IMAGERY OF TROPICAL STORM ONDOY

For those who still want to know how and why a never seen before flooding over metro manila, Rizal and other nearby provinces, take a look for all imagery below.


TOTAL 24 HOUR RAINFALL
a high of 900mm or more established by TRMM TOVAS over Metro manila, cavite, bataan, Zambales, Rizal, Bulacan.


Deepest and intense convection (thunderclouds), started to develop ese of polilio island.

As it nears land, this intense thunderclouds build more and eventually growing after an hr along polilio island.

1 hr before landfall, deepest and intense convection (average rainrate, 40-50mm/hr) still building up and eventually affects polilio is., Northern Quezon and Laguna.


a white color you see in the imagery was a deepest and intense convection (thunderstorm) (very strong and very high cloudtop which almost overshoot near troposhere). Along this area where a heaviest rainfall rate at +50mm/hr or more with strongest and violent thunderstorms can be felt here.

Despite of landfall over the highest mountain range in Eastern Luzon (Sierra Madre) this intense thunderstorms unusual to exist for the next 2-3hrs.

For complete imagery see looping satelite imagery below

LOOPING IMAGERY BEFORE-DURING-AFTER IT HIT LAND:

http://rammb.cira.colostate.edu/products/tc_realtime/loop.asp?product=4kmirimg&storm_identifier=WP172009&starting_image=2009WP17_4KMIRIMG_200909251530.GIF&ending_image=2009WP17_4KMIRIMG_200909260830.GIF


Note: A golden yellow and dark gray color already indicates severe thunderstorms along the area (heavy rainfall at rate of +40mm/hr rain). This tropical storm already established as one of most severe and intense system ever developed in terms of rainfall (same with tropical storm uring that hits Leyte november of 1991 which killed thousands of people in ormoc).



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