Friday, November 8, 2013

Super Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda hits Central parts of the Philippines

Super typhoon Haiyan/ Yolanda made its landfall early morning of Friday. With its strongest 315 km-380 km, it is now directly hovering the area of the Central part of the Philippines. This morning storm signal was determined by the areas where it will be affected. 

(Photo from GMA Network.com)

Evacuation of local and national government was done as early as yesterday and the close monitoring of this super typhoon via PAGASA weather bureau. This is now believed to be the Typhoon of the Century because of the wide and enormous formation. 

Suspension of classes and office were made last night and list adds up early this morning. 
Here in Zambales, we are now on signal no.1, this morning cloudy skies and strong winds were felt. I just wish and hope for the safety of everyone, especially to those people in Bohol and Cebu that were recently struck and left huge damage by the earthquake. 
This is how we experience global warming due to environmental damage caused by humans. We took for granted how we should treat mother nature. It is never too late to protect and preserve our planet, especially for us adults to cultivate for our future generation.
Be safe all!