4th quarter Asia weather

The year end is approaching, and there’s no question that 2021 has been a tough one to Asia not only owing to COVID-19 outbreak, but due to dangerous floods as well. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd quarter are witnesses to this. Unfortunately, this last quarter is not an exception. Here’s the 4th quarter Asia weather recap to know why.    


The most terrible floods caused by heavy rain occurred in Vietnam in 20 years. It happened when tropical cyclone Molave battered up the country this year. How bad and strong was Molave? The answer lies in its devastating aftereffects you are to find out.


Marikina River Overflow
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It’s been a year since Typhoon Ulysses (International name: Vamco) made Marikina River overflow and swallowed almost the whole of pitch-black Marikina City, Philippines. People were crying in horror as they heard about the intense strength of the Typhoon. The alerts reminded them of the agonizing trauma they survived from Typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana) in 2009, only worse. 

The vicious winds and torrential rains instantly increased the water level of Marikina river. It resulted in catastrophic flash floods to nearby areas that ruined thousands of homes and killed 25 people in the city, plus another 42 in nearby regions.


Solution Typhoon Lekima
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Do you still remember the deadly Typhoon Lekima in China? Can you still recall the damages it inflicted to the people and its nearby provinces? What were the emergency responses of the Chinese Government to defy it? Let’s recall how the government responded to such a huge calamity.


tropical storm Ondoy

Filipinos who felt the wrath of tropical storm Ondoy (international name: Ketsana) were all busy cheating death, barely hanging on.

September 26, 2009 was just like any other rainy day for Corazon Tosio. She knew there was a storm brewing and its name was Ondoy. As simple as that it seemed. However, it turned out to be a very strong one! 

Tosio said in an interview on the sidelines of a seminar organized by the Center for Women’s Resources, “We really did not expect it to be that strong because floods have come and gone in our barangay. But Ondoy was really strong. It brought severe flooding.” 


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