Netizens share ordeal with ‘Nina’ in Batangas
Residents of Batangas took to social media to give updates on the weather situation in their area as Typhoon “Nina” (international name: Nock-Ten) made landfall over the province on Monday morning.
In the latest weather advisory, Batangas was placed under storm warning Signal No. 3 together with the northern portions of Occidental and Oriental Mindoro including Lubang Island.
Nina made its fifth landfall over Tingloy town and continued to move westward at 20 kilometers per hour. It was expected to exit the Philippine landmass this afternoon.
Geolocated tweets of netizens from Batangas shared heavy rains, winds, flooding, and power outages in their respective areas.
Here are some of the updates:
here in catandala ibaan batangas heavy rain and wind pic.twitter.com/iuZ9mHrIoW
— Ahn Soojung (@maetoyosijha722) December 26, 2016
Tuloy tuloy na pag-ulan at malakas na ihip ng hangin and no source of electricity here at Laurel, Batangas.#NinaPH
— Mikaela Ulitin (@immykeee_mouse) December 26, 2016
Buti nalang 1 hour lang nag ba brownout dito, sa batangas wala parin hays
— Bianca Gayle Beltran (@BiyangkaGeyl) December 26, 2016
Now I can really feel the signal no. 3 here in Batangas. 🙏 Praying for good weather. — Neil Morales (@yo_NeilRuzz) December 26, 2016
— Wendie Atienza (@atienzawendie) December 26, 2016
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