MANILA - The water level in Angat Dam continues to drop despite the rains being experienced in some parts of the country over the past few weeks.
"[Sa] kasamaang palad, bumababa pa rin kahit na may mga pag-ulan na tayong nararanasan," Engr. Rodolfo German, operations manager of the Angat Dam Hydroelectric Power Plant, told radio dzMM.
As of 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 24, the dam's water level fell to 168.66 meters above sea level.
This is below the critical level of 180 meters.
According to German, the rains being experienced by the country right now are not enough to increase the water level in the dam.
"'Yung kalahati ng ulan na dumadating dito ay gawa ng mga system, weather system. Eh hindi pa naman tayo nakakaranas ng bagyo," he added.
Nonetheless, he assured that allocation to water distributors remains normal.
The Angat Dam in Bulacan supplies 90 percent of Metro Manila's water requirements. -- Report from dzMM