Tropical Storm Juaning revised rainfall projections for 27 July 2011

Physicist Gerry Bagtasa of De la Salle University revised his rainfall projections:

Darker colors mean more rain.

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  • Cocoy

    Hi MB,

    Yep. Totally agree. We’ll work on it!

    C

  • Manuel Buencamino

    Cocoy,

    It would help if there were details like naming of areas covered i.e. northern part of QC or Alabang/Pasay will experience this amount of rainfall from let’s 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. etc. Or maybe even just MM and southern parts of Bulacan or Laguna expected rainfall etc.

  • manuelbuencamino

    Cocoy,

    It would help if there were details like naming of areas covered i.e. northern part of QC or Alabang/Pasay will experience this amount of rainfall from let’s 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. etc. Or maybe even just MM and southern parts of Bulacan or Laguna expected rainfall etc.

  • manuelbuencamino

    Cocoy,

    It would help if there were details like naming of areas covered i.e. northern part of QC or Alabang/Pasay will experience this amount of rainfall from let’s 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. etc. Or maybe even just MM and southern parts of Bulacan or Laguna etc.

    • Cocoy

      MB, sent Gerry your comment and he said that that’s what he is currently working on. To automate such system.