2015 Typhoon Ineng

philippines-asia-typhoonTyphoon INENG (“GONI”) entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on the afternoon of 18 August 2015. It exited PAR at midnight of 23 August 2015.

A total of 205 incidents were monitored – 129 flooding, twenty-five (25) river swelling, fifteen (15) damaged river/flood control, thirteen (13) landslides/rockslides, ten (10) collapsed structures, seven (7) tornadoes, four (4) fallen tree, one (1) hit by a branch of tree, and one (1) maritime incident. For the casualties, a total of thirty-two (32) persons were reported dead in Mountain Province, Kalinga, Abra, Benguet, La Union, Ilocos Norte, Zambales, and Ilocos Sur; twenty-four (24) were reported injured in Mountain Province, Benguet, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Batanesm and Cagayan; and eight (8) are still missing in Ilocos Norte, Cagayan, Benguet and Zambales.

For affected population, a total of 71,955 families/318,359 persons were evacuated in Regions I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, and CAR. Of which 2,966 families/11,915 persons were still inside the evacuation center while 68,986 families/306,423 persons were staying outside evacuation centers. Of this total number of affected population, 2,017 families/8,426 persons were pre-emptively evacuated.

Source: http://www.ndrrmc.gov.ph/TYPHOON INENG_NO_21_20150903 1800H
PROFILE / DATA / STATUS
DATE TIME POSITION MOVEMENT INTENSITY PROJECTED RAINFALL ACTUAL RAINFALL
20-Aug-15 14:00:00 330 KM EAST OF CALAYAN, CAGAYAN WEST @ 13 KPH 180/215 KPH HIGHEST:
Aparri       - 165.0 mm
Calayan    - 150.0 mm
Laoag        - 115.0 mm
Sinait        -    92.0 mm
HIGHEST:
Baguio City   - 222.0 mm
Aparri            - 159.5 mm
Coron             - 137.4 mm
Calayan         - 106.6 mm
Iba                 - 103.6 mm
21-Aug-15 10:00:00 130 KM EAST OF
CALAYAN, CAGAYAN
WNW @ 7 KPH 170/205 KPH HIGHEST:
Calayan    - 235.0 mm
Aparri       - 220.0 mm
Laoag        - 165.0 mm
Basco        - 110.0 mm
Sinait        - 100.0 mm
HIGHEST:
Laoag             - 307.7 mm
Baguio City   - 281.5 mm
Calayan         - 240.8 mm
Aparri             -225.5 mm
Sinait              - 179.2 mm
Dagupan        - 111.8
22-Aug-15 8:00:00 135 KM NORTHEAST OF CALAYAN, CAGAYAN NORTH NOTHEAST @ 9KPH 160/195 KPH HIGHEST:
Calayan    - 160.0 mm
Aparri       - 142.0 mm
Laoag        - 138.0 mm
Sinait        - 100.0 mm
HIGHEST:
Calayan         - 230.0 mm
Baguio City   - 218.1 mm
Laoag             - 125.8 mm
Sinait             - 123.0 mm
23-Aug-15 8:00:00 340 KM NORTHEAST OF BASCO, BATANES NORTH NOTHEAST @ 19KPH 140/170 KPH HIGHEST:
Laoag        - 57.0 mm
Itbayat      - 59.0 mm
Basco        - 62.0 mm
Sinait        - 63.0 mm
PRE-DISASTER RISK ASSESSMENT (PDRA)
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