#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Monday, September 16, 2019


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MANILA, Philippines – Several local government units (LGUs) have declared class suspensions for today, September 16, 2019 (Monday) due to inclement weather brought by the southwest monsoon or hanging habagat.
#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Monday, September 16, 2019

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In the 4:00 pm weather forecast today, DOST-PAGASA Weather Specialist Ana Clauren said that 'Habagat' is currently affecting Central Luzon, Southern Luzon and Visayas regions. Heavy rains is also expected over Metro Manila.

Mayor Joni Villanueva of Bocaue, Bulacan was early to announce class cancellation stating that 84.2% of the barangays were flooded due to high tide and ponding brought by Habagat. She added, "Madami rin po sa mga estudyante ng mga paaralan sa Bocaue ay mula sa ibang bayan na apektado rin ng pag-ulan at pagbaha."

(As of 8:30 a.m.) Here's the updated list of class suspensions for Monday, September 16, 2019 due to Habagat (refresh page for the updates):

METRO MANILA

NORTHERN/CENTRAL LUZON
  • Bataan - preschool to senior high school, public and private
  • Bocaue, Bulacan - all levels, public and private
  • Marilao, Bulacan - Abangan Sur Elementary School, Abangan Norte Elementary School, Marilao Central School
  • Guagua, Pampanga - preschool to senior high school, public and private
  • Botolan, Zambales - preschool to senior high school, public and private
  • Iba, Zambales - preschool to senior high school, public and private
  • Subic, Zambales - all levels, public and private

SOUTHERN LUZON
  • Bacoor, Cavite - all levels, public and private
  • Kawit, Cavite - all levels, public and private
  • Naic, Cavite - preschool to senior high school, public and private
  • Noveleta, Cavite - all levels, public and private
  • Tanza, Cavite - all levels, public and private
  • Ternate, Cavite - all levels, public and private
  • Rizal - all levels, public and private

PAGASA is currently monitoring two weather systems - the Low Pressure Area (LPA) at 2,570 km East Northeast of Visayas (outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility) and shallow LPA 610 km West of Zambales. Both LPAs urrently don't have direct impact to the country.


Note: This is a developing story. Keep locked for the updates. Help us crowdsource class suspension announcements by tweeting @mysummitexpress or commenting below.

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