Stronger habagat as typhoon nears PH

MANILA – Expect rainy weather ahead as a new typhoon approaches the country this week and enhances the southwest monsoon (habagat), weather bureau PAGASA said Monday.

Fewer Pinoys felt their lives improved, but many remain bullish – SWS

MANILA – The number of Filipinos who have expressed optimism about the quality of their lives in the next 12 months remains the same, but fewer Filipinos said their lives had improved, the Social Weather Stations (SWS) said.

Storm to enter PH next week – Pagasa

MANILA, Philippines - Filipinos should brace for moderate to occasionally heavy rains next week due to a tropical storm off the Pacific Ocean that is expected to enter the Philippine area of responsibility on Monday or Tuesday, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said.

New traffic, flood warning systems being tested

Ngayon, pwede nang maiwasan sang traffic at baha sa tulong ng iba't ibang proyekto at website na tine-test o sinusubukan ngayon.

11.2M families consider selves poor: SWS

MANILA – How many Filipinos consider themselves poor five years after President Aquino was elected into office?

Tatak Noypi: Pinoy comfort food during rainy season

Kapag maulan ang panahon, masarap tumambay sa bahay kasama ang buong pamilya, habang kumakain ng mainit na merienda o humihigop ng mainit na sabaw.

Typhoon 'Goring' to exit PH within 24 hours

MANILA - Typhoon "Goring" (international name "Halola") is expected to leave the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) within 24 hours, state weather bureau PAGASA said Friday morning.

Typhoon 'Goring' enters PH

MANILA – A new typhoon has entered the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR), state weather bureau PAGASA said.

Commuters left stranded by heavy afternoon rain

Nahirapan muli ang maraming motorista at commuter, bunsod ng halos walang tigil na pag-ulan simula pa kaninang hapon sa malaking bahagi ng Metro Manila.

Natural disasters displaced 20M people in 2014

Nearly 20 million people were forced to flee their homes due to floods, storms and earthquakes last year, a problem likely to worsen due to climate change, but which could be eased by better construction, a report said on Monday.