2015 Typhoon Lando

INFOGRAPHICS TY LANDO version2Tropical Storm Koppu entered PAR on 14 Oct 2015, and locally named LANDO. It intensified into a Super Typhoon and made a landfall in Casiguran, Aurora on 18 Oct 2015, 0100H, with sustained winds of 175 kph and gust of 210 kph. (For the complete details please read the Severe Weather Bulletin below.)

TY “LANDO“affected Regions I, II, II , IVA, V, CAR and NCR . It has displaced 218,485 families or 951,118 individuals. It caused Php 9,882,111,849.00 in damaged infrastructures and livelihood, disrupted power and communication in the communities along its path. The widespread devastation forced 4 Provinces, 1 City, and 11 Municipalities declared a state of calamity. (For the complete details please read the Situation Reports below.)

The Philippine Government responded to the needs of our countrymen through NDRRMC Response Pillar. The Response Clusters were activated on 16 Oct 2015. Two days before LANDO made a land fall, resources were prepositioned to ensure aid would be ready for the people and communities that will be affected Right after LANDO passed the Response Cluster mobilized various SRR units from the National Capital Region to the impacted areas. A Response Taskforce was sent to Casiguran, Aurora, the ground zero of Super Typhoon LANDO to bring aid and hope to our countrymen who fell victims to the calamity.

Super Typhoon LANDO diminished to a tropical depression on 21 October 2015 and left the Philippine Area of Responsibility on 25 Oct 2015. Response operations continued until early recovery begun to manifest. On 27 Oct 2015, the Response Cluster Operations was deactivated and Philippine Government’s response was continued by the Recovery and Rehabilitation Pillar. (For the complete details please read Response Actions.)

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PROFILE / DATA / STATUS
DATE TIME POSITION MOVEMENT STRENGTH
20-Oct-15 1700H 90 km West of Calayan, Cagayan Forecast:
24 hrs (Tomorrow afternoon): 50km North Northwest of Calayan, Cagayan
48 hrs (Thursday afternoon): 40km South of Itbayat, Batanes
72 hrs (Friday afternoon): 60km North Northeast of Itbayat, Batanes
96 hrs (Saturday afternoon): 250km North Northeast of Itbayat, Batanes
120 hrs (Sunday afternoon): Outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) or at 520 km of Itbayat, Batanes
Max winds: 75 kph near the center
Gust: up to 90 kph
20-Oct-15 1100H 125 km West of Calayan, Cagayan North Northeast at 4 kph Max winds: 85 kph near the center
Gust: up to 100 kph
20-Oct-15 0500H 130 km West Northwest of Laoag City, Ilocos Norte North Northeast at 5 kph Max winds: 95 kph near the center
Gust: up to 120 kph
19-Oct-15 2300H 45 km West Northwest of Laoag City, Ilocos Norte North Northeast at 6 kph Max winds: 95 kph near the center
Gust: up to 120 kph
19-Oct-15 1700H 45 km West of Southwest of Laoag City, Ilocos Norte North Northeast at 5 kph Max winds: 105 kph near the center
Gust: up to 135 kph
19-Oct-15 1100H 20 km West of Vigan City, Ilocos Sur North Northeast at 5 kph Max winds: 120 kph near the center
Gust: up to 150 kph
19-Oct-15 0500H In the vicinity of Santiago, Ilocos Sur North Northwest at 5 kph Max winds: 120 kph near the center
Gust: up to 150 kph
18-Oct-15 2300H In the vicinity of Tinoc, Ifugao North Northwest at 5 kph Max winds: 130 kph near the center
Gust: up to 160 kph
18-Oct-15 1700H In the vicinity of Santa Fe, Nueva Vizcaya West Northwest at 5 kph Max winds: 150 kph near the center
Gust: up to 185 kph
18-Oct-15 1100H In the vicinity of Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija West Northwest at 5 kph Max winds: 150 kph near the center
Gust: up to 185 kph
18-Oct-15 0500H In the vicinity of Casiguran, Aurora West at 3 kph Max winds: 175 kph near the center
Gust: up to 210 kph
17-Oct-15 2300H 135 km East Northeast of Baler, Aurora or 90 km East Southeast of Casiguran, Aurora West at 12 kph Max winds: 185 kph near the center
Gust: up to 220 kph
17-Oct-15 1700H 230 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 10 kph Max winds: 175 kph near the center
Gust: up to 210 kph
17-Oct-15 1100H 295 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 10 kph Max winds: 160 kph near the center
Gust: up to 195 kph
17-Oct-15 0500H 335 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 12 kph Max winds: 150 kph near the center
Gust: up to 185 kph
16-Oct-15 2300H 410 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 15 kph Max winds: 150 kph near the center
Gust: up to 185 kph
16-Oct-15 1700H 510 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 15 kph Max winds: 130 kph near the center
Gust: up to 160 kph
16-Oct-15 1100H 585 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 15 kph Max winds: 130 kph near the center
Gust: up to 160 kph
16-Oct-15 0500H 670 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 15 kph Max winds: 120 kph near the center
Gust: up to 150 kph
15-Oct-15 2300H 755 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 15 kph Max winds: 105 kph near the center
Gust: up to 135 kph
15-Oct-15 1100H 1,055 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 17 kph Max winds: 75 kph near the center
Gust: up to 90 kph
14-Oct-15 2300H 1,280 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 22 kph Max winds: 65 kph near the center
Gust: up to 80 kph
14-Oct-15 1600H 1,410 km East of Baler, Aurora West at 22kph Max winds: 65kph near the center
Gust: up to 80kph
PRE-DISASTER RISK ASSESSMENT (PDRA)

  

SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN
SITUATION REPORTS (SITREP)
ADVISORIES

DAMS WATER LEVEL UPDATES


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CANCELLED FLIGHTS


DATE TIME AGENCY REPORT
27-Oct-15 0600H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC  1.) Since 16 October 2015, a total of 103 flights (100 domestic and 3 international flights) have been cancelled due to bad weather.
2.) On 20 October 2015, 8:00 AM, San Fernando Airport operations were suspended due to flooding, affecting general aviation and training flights.
3.) Issued Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) on 20 October 2015, 3:30 PM.
4.) Training flights at Lingayen Airport were suspended due to strong winds and rains. No reported damage to airport.
22-Oct-15 1800H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC  As of 8:00 AM, 20 October 2015, San Fernando Airport operations were suspended due to flooding, affecting general aviation and training flights.
22-Oct-15 0600H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC Two (2) domestic flights were cancelled on 22 October 2015.
21-Oct-15 1800H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC On 21 October 2015, 4 domestic flights have been cancelled.
20-Oct-15 1800H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC 1.) Today, 20 October 2015, 20 domestic flights have been cancelled.
2.) As of 8:00 AM, 20 October 2015, San Fernando Airport operations were suspended due to flooding, affecting general aviation and training flights.
20-Oct-15 0600H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC  A total of 58 flights (56 domestic and 2 international flights) have been cancelled due to bad weather.
19-Oct-15 1200H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC  A total of 48 flights (46 domestic and 2 international flights) have been cancelled due to bad weather.
19-Oct-15 0000H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC  1. A total of 32 flights (30 domestic and 2 international flights) have been cancelled
due to bad weather.
2. Manila-Guam-Manila Flights previously reported cancelled due to bad weather
were only delayed flights.
18-Oct-15 1200H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC  A total of 40 flights (38 domestic and 2 international flights) have been cancelled due to bad weather.
17-Oct-15 1500H  MIAA Media Affairs and DOTC  Cancelled flights:
PAL Express
GAP/PR 2265 - (Manila - Naga)
GAP/PR 2266 - (Naga - Manila)
GAP/PR 2261 - (Manila - Naga)
GAP/PR 2262 - (Naga - Manila)
GAP/PR 2084 - (Manila - Basco)
GAP/PR 2085 - (Basco - Manila)
GAP/PR 2014 - (Manila - Tuguegarao)
GAP/PR 22015 - (Tuguegarao - Manila)
GAP/PR 2959 - (Manila - Cotabato)
GAP/PR 2960 - (Cotabato - Manila)
CebGO (Formerly SEAir and Tigerair)
SRQ/DG 6113 - (Manila - Naga)
SRQ/DG 6114 - (Naga - Manila)
Cebu Pacific Air
5J 196 - (Manila - Cauayan)
5J 197 - (Cauayan - Manila)
5J 504 - (Manila - Tuguegarao)
5J 505 - (Tuguegarao - Manila)
5J 506 - (Manila - Tuguegarao)
5J 507 - (Tuguegarao - Manila)
5J 887 - (Manila - Cotabato)
5J 888 - (Cotabato - Manila)
5J 995 - (Manila - General Santos)
5J 996 - (General Santos - Manila)
5J 621 - (Manila - Tagbilaran)
5J 622 - (Tagbilaran - Manila)
United Airlines
UA 183 - (Guam - Manila)

SEA PORTS


DATE TIME AGENCY REPORT
24-Oct-15 0600H PCG Operations in all affected ports have already resumed.
23-Oct-15 1800H PCG A total 8 passengers, 3 motorized bancas, are still stranded in Port of Aparri due to rough sea condition.
23-Oct-15 0600H PCG A total 8 passengers, 3 motorized bancas, are still stranded in Port of Aparri due to rough sea condition.
22-Oct-15 1800H PCG A total 8 passengers, 3 motorized bancas, are still stranded in Port of Aparri due to rough sea condition.
22-Oct-15 0600H PCG A total 16 passengers, 3 motorized bancas, and 4 rolling cargoes are still stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".
21-Oct-15 1800H PCG  A total 76 passengers, 5 vessels, 13 motorized bancas, and 3 rolling cargoes are still stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".
21-Oct-15 0600H PCG  A total 261 passengers, 37 vessels, 47 motorized bancas, and 13 rolling cargoes are still stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".
20-Oct-15 1800H PCG  A total of 1,078 passengers, 54 vessels, 54 motorized bancas, and 59 rolling cargoes are still stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".
20-Oct-15 0600H PCG  A total of 1,059 passengers, 45 vessels, 56 motorized bancas, and 156 rolling cargoes are stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".
19-Oct-15 1200H PCG  A total of 5,011 passengers, 61 vessels, 55 motorized bancas, and 215 rolling cargoes are stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".
19-Oct-15 0000H PCG  A total of 6,529 passengers, 89 vessels, 42 motorized bancas and
633 rolling cargoes are stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY “LANDO”.
18-Oct-15 1200H PCG  A total of 5,580 passengers, 78 vessels, 48 motorized bancas and 537 rolling cargoes are stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".
17-Oct-15 1600H PCG A total of 5,234 passengers, 58 vessels, 45 motorized bancas and 452 rolling cargoes are stranded due to rough sea condition caused by TY "LANDO".

SUSPENSION OF CLASSES


DATE TIME AGENCY REPORT
23-Oct-15 1800H DEPED 1.) A total of 5 cities, and 24 municipalities in Region I and III have suspended classes on 22 October 2015.
2.) All suspended classes in the Province of Benguet have resumed.
23-Oct-15 0600H DEPED 1.) A total of 5 cities, and 21 municipalities in Region I, III, and CAR have suspended classes on 22 October 2015.
2.) Classess in all levels in Region II have already resumed.
3.) A total of three (3) provinces, three (3) cities and 19 municipalities in Regions I, III, and CAR have already resumed classes.
22-Oct-15 1800H DEPED 1.) A total of 5 cities, and 21 municipalities in Region I, III, and CAR have suspended classes on 22 October 2015.
2.) Classess in all levels in Region II have already resumed.
3.) A total of three (3) provinces, three (3) cities and 19 municipalities in Region I, III, and CAR have already resumed classes.
22-Oct-15 0600H DEPED 1.) A total of 4 cities, and 14 municipalities in Region I, III, and CAR have suspended classes on 22 October 2015.
2.) Classess in all levels in Region II have already resumed.
21-Oct-15 1800H DEPED 1.) A total of 5 provinces, and 7 cities and 35 municipalities in Region I, III, and CAR have suspended classes on 21 October 2015.
2.) The Province of Laguna and some municipalities in Zambales have already resumed classes.
21-Oct-15 0600H DEPED 1.) A total of 23 provinces, and 22 cities and 24 municipalities in Region I, III, IV-A and CAR and NCR have suspended classes on 17-20 October 2015.
2.) The Province of Laguna and some municipalities in Zambales have already resumed classes.
20-Oct-15 1800H DEPED 1.) A total of 24 provinces, and 21 cities and 14 municipalities in Region I, III, IV-A, CAR and NCR have suspended classes on 17 to 20 October 2015.
2.) The Province of Laguna and some municipalities in Zambales have already resumed classes.
20-Oct-15 0600H DEPED 1.) A total of 26 provinces, and 26 cities and 24 municipalities in Region I, III, IV-A, CAR and NCR have suspended classes on 17 to 20 October 2015.
19-Oct-15 1200H DEPED 1.) A total of 25 provinces, and 20 cities and 11 municipalities in Region I, II, III, IV-A, CAR and NCR have suspended classes on 17 to 19 October 2015.
19-Oct-15 0000H DEPED 1.) A total of 24 provinces, and 19 cities in Region I, II, III, IV-A, CAR and NCR have suspended classes on 17 to 19 October 2015.
18-Oct-15 1200H DEPED 1.) A total of 27 provinces, and 23 cities, and 3 municipalities in Region I, II, III, IV-A, V, VII, CAR and NCR have suspended classes on 17 to 19 October 2015.
17-Oct-15 1600H DEPED 1.) Classess were suspended in the following areas:
a. Pre-school to High School (Public and Private) - Quirino, Isabela, Aurora, Bohol, Cebu, Siquijor, Cebu City, Dumaguete City, Mandaue City, Nueva Vizcaya, La Union, Benguet, Ifugao, Mt. Province, Ilocos Sur, Ilocos Norte, Abra, Apayao, Kalinga, Cagayan, and San Pablo, Laguna.
b. Pre-school - Provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, Zambales, Bataan, Rizal, Batangas, Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes, and Quezon.
c. All levels - Provinces of Laguna, Cavite, and Nueva Ecija.
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