Subscribe Us

Billboards Rolled Down as Typhoon Buchoy Closes In on Philippines

Tropical storm “Guchol” moved closer to the Philippines yesterday but state weather forecasters said it is not expected to directly hit any part of the country.
Guchol, which will be given the local name “Butchoy” once it enters Philippine territory, was unlikely to make landfall, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said yesterday.

However, PAGASA said Butchoy may enhance the southwest monsoon and bring rains over Luzon and Western Visayas until early next week.

In Metro Manila, advise has been given out by the OAAP to its members regarding the weather situation and consequently, billboards were rolled down especially in the area of EDSA Guadalupe. Most billboards may remain rolled down for the rest of the weekend or until the weather clears by about Monday, June 18, 2012.

Disclaimer: Projected dates for the weather clearing up may vary depending on actual meteorological conditions.  Advertisers and Ad Agencies are advised to work closely with their billboard suppliers for developments.

Post a Comment


apple said…
Billboards must still rolled down right this time, cause we still having another typhoon with local name, Dindo. According to the latest Philippine typhoon news, it is the fourth typhoon that will enter to the country. So we must take care about the approaching storm to our place especially for those places that prone to floods.