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No more flooding – No more mess – No more damages – No more costs
No more flooding – No more mess – No more damages – No more costs

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Severe flooding caused by the relentless rainfall over the weekend in Louisiana brought severe damages to establishments and cars, and made major highways and main roads unsafe for motorist to pass. 6 tornadoes were also reported that had touched down to the state leaving 6 casualties in total.
http://www.accuweather.com/…/photos_flooding_shuts…/57129028
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If the Philippines wants to compete on a global scale in the long term, then the risk of natural disasters isn’t a problem as long as there is enough resilience in place to deal with the fallout.
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The government should monitor the enforcement of laws that promote de-carbonization, including the Clean Air Act, Renewable Energy Act, and the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act.
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Flood in Pennsylvania, Brandywine Creek

Heavy rain in Pennsylvania had caused Brandywine River to overflowed its banks which reached more than 4 feet above flood stage on Thursday morning before finally receding around 2 p.m.

According to the police, numerous roads including significant venue like Hagle Museum and Library were reportedly closed due to the flooding.

http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/local/2016/02/25/strong-winds-cause-some-power-outages/80922624/
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Warm Weather

The weather bureau said the Eastern parts of the Philippines will have a cloudy skies with rainshower as the “northeast monsoon” and “tail end of a cold front” continue to prevail in the country. See animated satellite map: http://acfc.asia/weather-update/

According to Pagasa, for the next few days expect no tropical cyclone will enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR).

The northeast monsoon season is expected to end by last week of February or early March due to the prevailing El Nino phenomenon said by Pagasa.

Metro Manila and the rest of the country will have a cloudy skies with isolated light rains as the northeast monsoon would continue to prevail over Luzon.
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Worsening Flood in Sarawak, Malaysia

People in Kuching and Samarahan divisions had been forced to evacuate into relief centres, due to the heavy rains which caused flooding in southern tip of the state.

According to Siti Huzaimah Ibrahim, Sarawak Civil Defence Department public relation officer, as of 6 am today the number of evacuated victims increased to 7,931 individuals from 2,033 families.

http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/sarawak-flood-victims-rise-to-7931
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Fair weather foreseen on Monday

According to Pagasa, the northeast monsoon which continues to dominant the weather system affecting the country is expected to bring rains in northern parts of Luzon. See Animated satellite map: http://acfc.asia/weather-update/

The regions of Cagayan Valley, Cordillera, and Aurora will experience cloudy skies with light rain. While Ilocos region will have a cloudy conditions with isolated thunderstorms.

Cloudy skies with isolated rainshower will prevail over Metro Manila and rest of the country.
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Rain over north Luzon islands, Bicol Region, east Visayas

According to the weather service Pagasa, the Northeast monsoon will continue to prevail in the country which will bring cloudy condition and light rains over Batanes, Calayan and Babuyan Islands. See animated satellite map: http://acfc.asia/weather-update/

Metro Manila and the rest of the country will experience cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms.

Northern Luzon will have a moderate to strong winds and its coastal water will be moderate to rough.
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Heavy rain caused flooding in London

Flood alerts have been issued in London and the Thames Barrier after the river banks burst due to “astronomical” tides and heavy rainfall.

Several parts of London were affected by flooding after the River Thames from Greenwich overflowed its banks.

Flood alerts are place from Greenwich all the way to Putney, west London.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3442768/Flood-alerts-issued-huge-stretch-London-Thames-Barrier-closed-time-winter-river-burst-banks-massive-tides-heavy-rain.html
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Rain over Quezon, Bicol Region and East Visayas

According Pagasa, Light to moderate rain and isolated thunderstorms will be experience over Bicol region, Eastern Visayas, and Quezon due to the tail-end of a cold front. See animated satellite map: http://acfc.asia/weather-update/

While, northeast monsoon will continue to bring light rain over the Cagayan Valley and Aurora. Metro Manila and the rest of the country will have a cloudy skies with isolated rainshower or thunderstorms.

Elsewhere winds will be light to moderate from the east to northeast with slight to moderate seas.
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