Typhoons

At least 3 dead when severe typhoon beat the Philippines

MANILA – At least three people were reported dead in the Philippines on Friday after a major typhoon flooded villages, demolished roofs, fell trees and lost electricity in the southern and central island provinces, where more than 300,000 villagers fled to safety from the outbreak Attack, officials said. Typhoon Rai …

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Cebu Pacific suspends multiple domestic flights due to Typhoon Odette from GMA News Online

Cebu Pacific announced on Wednesday the cancellation of several flights on December 16 and 17 due to Typhoon Odette. In an advisory, Cebu Pacific said the following flights will be canceled on December 16, Thursday: DG 6839 / DG 6840 Manila – Siargao – Manila DG 6881 / DG 6882 …

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Tropical Storm Rai could be a typhoon before reaching the Philippines

This satellite loop, recorded on Monday evening local time, shows tropical storm Rai over the Philippine Sea. Rai will finally meet the Philippines later this week. Image courtesy of RAMMB / CIRA Tropical storm Rai formed on Monday evening, local time, as it swirled through the warm waters of the …

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LPA before Mindanao now tropical depression: PAGASA

MANILA – The low pressure area that was sighted off Mindanao and is expected to invade the Philippine area of ​​responsibility in a few days has developed into a tropical low pressure area and could expand into a typhoon, PAGASA announced before Sunday noon. The Tropical Depression was estimated at …

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Finland chooses Lockheed Martin F-35A in huge deal

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – Finland has agreed to buy 64 Lockheed Martin fighter jets to replace its aging fleet of fighter jets as part of a € 10 billion (US $ 11.3 billion) deal that the represents the largest purchase by the Finnish military ever, the government announced on Friday. …

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Lynn Fire pumps for new engine

Lynn Fire Department Capt. Ed Miles pulls the new 021 E-One Typhoon Pumper for Engine Co. 10 while Lt. John Kane inspected the new device on Wednesday. (Spenser Hasak) You have 2 free items left this month. LYNN – With the help of city funding, the fire department received a …

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Today’s devotion: The Psalm of Creation

For since the creation of the world the invisible properties of God – his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly recognizable and are understood from what is made. (Romans 1:20) In this time of cultural divide, from Christians who reject Christ, from corrupt ministers, from governments as …

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News round-up: Wet Leg, The Libertines

Hollie Fernando’s wet leg Our round-up of the stories we’ve shared over the past seven days provides details on Wet Leg’s highly anticipated debut album. Wet Leg have confirmed that their self-titled debut album will be released on April 8th next year. With an instant double hit bigger than ever …

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Cold breeze, light rain in Luzon this weekend due to “Amihan” – Manila Bulletin

(SCREENGRAB FROM PAGASA YOUTUBE CHANNEL) The northeast monsoon, known locally as “amihan”, will bring slightly colder weather with light rainfall over most of Luzon this weekend, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) announced on Saturday, December 4th. Cloudy skies with light monsoon rains may prevail over the …

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The blue Christmas tree | Tito Genoa Valiente

She was always against a blue Christmas tree. Perhaps the word is not “against”; She was concerned that the blue color that dominates the usual red, silver, and gold over the dark foliage of our tree will look somber. “Christmas should be bright,” she said, a statement I dared not …

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