PAGASA has warned residents living near coastal waters in Metro Manila as monsoon surge is expected to occur at night.
Based on the latest bulletin of the weather bureau, typhoon Falcon is expected to leave the Philippine Area of Responsibility by Friday.
However, before that, Falcon will bring in more rains due to the southwest monsoon.
On September 2011, though typhoon Pedring didn’t make a landfall, most parts of Metro Manila were submerged in flood water and strong surges hammered the breakwater along Roxas Boulevard.
PAGASA is advising residents to remain safe and move to a higher place before the flood water gets too deep already.