#walangpasok July 9 all levels Maynila, Caloocan, Las Piñas, Malbn, Manda, Mrkna, Munti, Nav, Pñaque, Pasay, Pateros, Sn Juan, Taguig, Val, Abra, Bataan

tap the “play arrow” for today’s OPM “Umuulan na Naman” (Rain again) by Feanne (if on mobile device, click “Listen in browser)



from DZMM as of 1:20am: #WalangPasok #NoClasses today July 9, 2017, in all levels has been declared by the local governments in the following cities and provinces due to rains and winds brought by the southwest monsoon (habagat)

Caloocan City
City of Manila
Las Piñas City
Malabon City
Mandaluyong City
Marikina City
Muntinlupa City
Navotas City
Parañaque City
Pasay City
San Juan City
Taguig City
Valenzuela City
Abra (entire province)
Bataan (entire province)
– Balagtas
– Marilao

– Meycauayan


– Bacoor

– Dasmariñas
– Imus

– Noveleta

Laguna (entire province)

– Angono

– Binangonan

– Cainta

– Cardona

– Morong

– Pililla

– Rodriguez

– San Mateo

– Tanay
– Taytay

– Teresa

#walangpasok All Levels Sept28 today Mycauyn Mrlao Bcaue Tay2 Cainta Rizal Antplo Mlbon Nvotas

From DZMM of ABS-CBN as of 5:38am today Sept. 28 Wednesday: #Walangpasok Classes are suspended in all levels, public and private, in the following cities and municipalities as announced 5:38 am today:  Meycauyan, Marilao, Bocaue, Taytay, Cainta Rizal, Antipolo, Malabon, Navotas due to torrential rains brought by the habagat or  monsoon…

pls stay tuned for updates. 

(Parañaque has declared classes suspended as well but on account of “Teachers Day).

#walangmatinongbubong #maybatya NAIA3 Airport Bldg 4th flr ceiling leaks #tumutulo #purobasahan

DZMM Teleradyo (ABS-CBN) reported today that the airport (NAIA3) 4th floor ceiling is leaking. Here is the report i filed as advisory for those sojourning and their guests:

#walangmatinongbubong #norealceiling #maybatya #bucketstocatchwater  NAIA3 Airport Bldg 4th flr ceiling leaks #tumutulo #leaks #purobasahan #floormopsfortheairport

        The Ninoy Aquino International Airport 3 (NAIA3) fourth floor ceiling is leaking reportedly due to rains brought by the habagat (monsoon).  It is not known whether any electrical wiring or lighting fixture could be affected.

       As of press time, airport authorities have not issued any advisory as to whether passengers and travelers  should bring umbrellas, raincoats, and rubber boots to protect themselves while transiting through the fourth floor waiting area or lounge.