Suspension of Classes: Areas with No Class on Wednesday, July 16, 2014

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Due to anticipated heavy rains brought about by Typhoon Glenda, several areas declared no classes on Wednesday, July 16, 2014. The suspension of classes was announced earlier so that students will not be caught in sudden flooding and other Typhoon related incidents.

Local authorities call for the suspension of classes in their respective areas and used the latest PAGASA weather forecast as their basis. Below are the areas with no classes on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 (source: ANC).

*Updated as of 3:47pm, July 15, 2014

All levels
– Antipolo, Rizal
– Bataan
– Batangas City
– Caloocan
– Cavite
– Laguna
– Las Piñas
– Makati
– Malabon
– Malolos, Bulacan
– Mandaluyong
– Manila
– Marikina
– Muntinlupa
– Navotas
– Parañaque
– Pasay
– Pasig
– Pateros
– Quezon City
– San Juan
– San Mateo, Rizal
– Taguig
– Valenzuela

Preschool to High School:
-Binangonan, Rizal

For Tuesday (July 15, 2014):
Automatic suspension for preschool in the following areas:
Signal #1: Romblon, ?Oriental Mindoro, ?Occidental Mindoro, ?Zambales, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, Benguet, La Union, Pangasinan, Aurora, southern part of Leyte province, Camotes Islands, and Northern Cebu including Cebu City.

Automatic suspension for preschool, elementary, high school in the following areas:
Signal #2: ?Northern Quezon including ?Polillo Islands, ?Batangas, ?Cavite, ?Laguna, ?Rizal, ?Bulacan, ?Pampanga, ?Bataan, ?Biliran, rest of Samar, rest of Eastern Samar, northern part of ?Leyte province, and ?Metro Manila

Automatic suspension in all levels in the following areas:
Signal #3: ?Catanduanes, ?Albay, ?Sorsogon, ?Camarines Norte, ?Camarines Sur, ?Masbate, ?Southern Quezon, ?Marinduque, ?Northern Samar, Northern part of ?Samar, and Northern part of Eastern Samar


• Residents in low-lying and mountainous areas under signal #3, #2, & #1 are alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides. Likewise, those living in coastal areas under signal #3 and #2 are alerted against storm surges of up to 3 meters.
• Estimated rainfall amount is from 7.5 – 20.0 mm per hour (moderate to intense) within the 500 km diameter of the typhoon.

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