Dartmouth Flood Observatory - Flood Analysis Report 2003-121
Location Map: Northern Philippines - Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Linfa - Flooding and mudslides
DFO # Location Continent Detailed
Began Ended  Duration (days)   Dead   Displaced   Damage (USD)  Flood Type Recurrence Interval (anecdotal)   Severity Class*   Hectares flooded  Hayden Code  Affected Region ( sq km)    Flood Magnitude**  Notes and Comments
121 Philippines - Tropical Storm Linfa Australia and Oceania Northern provinces on Luzon: Pangasinan, Bulacan, Benguet. Cities: Dagupan, Urdaneta, Calasiao, Manila, Quezon, Caloocan, Makati, Pasay, Meycauayan, Pandayan, Calasiao, Sta. Barbara, Taytay, Valenzuela, Malabon, Pasig City. Rivers: Angalacan,  Sinocalan,  26-May-03 30-May-03           5       25          8,357  $           1,000,000 Rain and mudslides 60               2   Tpz          17,430               4.2 Tropical storm Linfa (Chedeng) causes widespread flooding, landslides and uproots trees. Worst flooding in 60 years in central Pangasinan.  "thousands were stranded in floods " "only 10% of Metro Manila was submerged compared to an average of 20% during l
May 22 - 30  - TRMM data showing  Tropical Storm Linfa hovering over Luzon and delivering heavy rains.
Red polygon shows location of flooding.
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