August 6, 2012 3:55am
(Updated 11:40 a.m.) - The La Mesa Dam reached spilling level of 80.15 meters, dam monitors of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said Monday morning via their official Twitter account.
State weather forecasters said Sunday the southwest monsoon is still dumping light to moderate rain over parts of Luzon.
PAGASA’s flood forecasting and warning system (FFWS) also showed that flood monitoring equipment detected critical water levels at San Mateo, Rizal and at Tumana Bridge, Sto Niño, and Marcos Highway.
At the San Mateo station, river waters were 1.75 meters above the critical water level of 18.30 meters as of 3:40 a.m. Monday.
At Tumana Bridge, the river waters were 1.18 meters over the critical level of 18.30 meters.
The water level at Sto, Niño, Marikina was 0.83 meters over the critical mark of 16.00 meters, while at the monitoring point at Marcos Highway, the water level reached 15.51 meters and critical was at 14.90 meters.
The alarm level at the Marikina River was at "2" as of 4 a.m. The level was 16.8 meters as of 4 a.m.
Under the alarm level system, Alarm Level 1 is raised if the water level is between 15 to 16 meters (Warning).
Alarm Level 2 (prepare) is raised when the water level goes above 16 to 17 meters. Alarm Level 3 (voluntary evacuate) is raised when the Water level goes beyond 17 meters.
The highest level, 4, is raised when the water level goes beyond 18 meters and will entail forced evacuation.
Marikina officials said over 4,000 residents in flood-prone areas have been evacuated.
In North Fairview, Quezon City flooding was reported, according to the PAGASA-FFWS.
Mayor Herbert Bautista has suspended preschool to high school Monday classes all over Quezon City.
Classes were suspended up to the high school level in four villages in Marikina City Monday due to the threat of floods there.
The city government issued the suspension order early Monday even as it evacuated several families near the Marikina River, radio dzBB reported.
Suspended were classes in Malanday, Concepcion I, Tumana, and Nangka.
In Rizal province, dzBB's Glen Juego reported classes were suspended in Rodriguez town in all public and private schools in all levels.
In Cainta, Rizal, afternoon classes were suspended for preschool to high school in both public and private schools, according to dzBB's Glen Juego.
Monday preschool to high school classes in San Mateo have also been suspended.
With several parts of the city still flooded, there will still be no classes in at least nine schools in Valenzuela City on Monday.
The city government made the announcement a public advisory posted Sunday night on its Facebook and Twitter accounts. It said there will be no classes in
A. Deato Elementary School
Coloong Elementary School
Isla Elementary School
Pasolo Elementary School
Pio Valenzuela Elementary School
PR San Diego Elementary School
Tagalag Elementary School
Wawang Pulo Elementary School
Polo National High School
Classes in several parts of Valenzuela City had been suspended since last week due to floods from heavy rain.
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