The water level of 4 dams in Luzon is still high

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The water levels of Angat, San Roque, Pantabangan and Magat dams are still high, so they can provide customers with water until the rainy season, which is expected in late May or mid-June. The hydrologist of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA) said: “These dams can serve their customers well in two months (May and June) because they don’t expect there will be a water shortage there.” Richard Orendane. In May, PAGASA predicted that the rainfall in the Angat dam basin will be above average, and rainfall in the catchment areas of San Roque, Pantabangan and Magat will be almost normal. In May, the water levels of the Angat, San Roque, Pantabangan and Magat dams will be 196 meters, 246 meters, 198 meters and 193 meters, respectively, higher than the corresponding dams. PAGASA also predicts that the rainfall in the catchment areas of the four dams in June will be close to normal levels, where the water levels may also be higher or lower than the low water levels.

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