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#WalangPasok: Class Suspensions For September 26, 2022, Monday

#WalangPasok Announcements Class suspensions for September 2022

#WalangPasok: Updated List of Work and Class cancellations for September 26, 2022 (Monday)

Manila, Philippines – Several Local Government Units and Schools in the Philippines have suspended classes, and government work on Monday, September 26, 2022, due to the expected inclement weather caused by Super Typhoon Karding (International Name – Noru).

#WalangPasok Announcements Class suspensions for September 26 2022
#WalangPasok Announcements Class suspensions for September 2022

According to PAGASA, At 3:00 AM today, the center of the eye of Typhoon “KARDING” (International Name NORU) was estimated based on all available data at 315 km East Southeast of Baler, Aurora, or 305 km East of Infanta, Quezon (15.1°N, 124.5°E) with maximum sustained winds of 155 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 190 km/h. It is moving West Southwestward at 25 km/h. Karding is the 11th tropical cyclone to enter the country this year.

The Palace approved the suspension of work on government offices and classes in all levels for Metro Manila, Region I, II, CAR, III, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA, and Region V on Monday, September 26, due to Super Typhoon Karding.

Walang Pasok Updates: September 26, Lunes

(As of 12:01pm, September 25, 2022) Here’s an updated list of towns, cities, and schools that canceled classes/work on Wednesday:

CALABARZON

  • Cavite Province (Cavite City, Kawit, Noveleta, Rosario, City of Bacoor, City of Imus, City of Dasmariñas, Carmona, Silang, General Mariano Alvarez, General Trias City, Amadeo, Indang, Tanza, Trece Martires City, Tagaytay City, Alfonso, General Emilio Aguinaldo, Magallanes, Maragondon, Mendez, Naic, and Ternate.) – all levels, public and private
  • Laguna Province (Alaminos, Bay, Biñan, Cabuyao, Calamba, Calauan, Cavinti, Famy, Kalayaan, Liliw, Los Baños, Luisiana, Lumban, Mabitac, Magdalena, Majayjay, Nagcarlan, Paete, Pagsanjan, Pakil, Pangil, Pila, Rizal, San Pablo City, San Pedro City, Santa Cruz, Santa Maria, Santa Rosa, Siniloan and Victoria) – all levels, public and private
  • Batangas Province (Agoncillo, Alitagtag, Balayan, Balete, Batangas City, Bauan, Calaca, Calatagan, Cuenca, Ibaan, Laurel, Lemery, Lian, Lipa City, Lobo, Mabini, Malvar, Mataas na Kahoy, Nasugbu, Padre Garcia, Rosario, San Jose, San Juan, San Luis, San Nicolas, San Pascual, Sta. Teresita, Sto. Tomas, Taal, Talisay, Tanauan, Taysan, Tingloy, and Tuy.) – all levels, public and private
  • Rizal Province (Angono, Antipolo City, Baras, Binangonan, Cainta, Cardona, Cupang, Jala-Jala, Langhaya, Mambagat, Mayamot, Montalban (Rodriguez), Morong, Pilillia, San Mateo, Tanay, Taytay, and Teresa.) – all levels, public and private
  • Quezon Province (Agdangan, Alabat, Atimonan, Buenavista, Burdeos, Calauag, Candelaria, Catanauan, Dolores, General Luna, General Nakar, Guinayangan, Gumaca, Hondagua, Infanta, Jomalig, Lopez, Lucban, Lucena City, Macalelon, Mauban, Mulanay, Padre Burgos, Pagbilao, Panukulan, Patnanongan, Perez, Pitogo, Plaridel, Polilio, Quezon, Real, Sampaloc, San Andres, San Antonio, San Francisco, San Narciso, Sariaya, Tagkawayan, Tayabas City, Tiaong, and Unisan.) – all levels, public and private (source)

MIMAROPA

  • Mindoro Province – all levels, public and private
  • Marinduque Province – all levels, public and private
  • Romblon Province – all levels, public and private
  • Palawan Province – all levels, public and private

Metro Manila

  • Caloocan City: all levels, public and private
  • Manila: all levels, public and private, face-to-face and online
  • Marikina City: all levels, public and private
  • Muntinlupa City: all levels, public and private
  • Pateros: all levels, public and private
  • Taguig City: all levels, public and private
  • Mandaluyong City – all levels, public and private (source)
  • Parañaque City – all levels, public and private (source)
  • Quezon City – all levels, public and private (source)
  • San Juan City – all levels, public and private (source)
  • Las Piñas City – all levels, public and private (source)
  • Navotas City – all levels, public and private (source)
  • Pasay City – all levels, public and private (source)
  • Pasig City – all levels, public and private (source)

Bicol Region

  • Albay Provinceall levels, public and private
  • Camarines Norte Provinceall levels, public and private
  • Camarines Sur (Cabusao, Del Gallego, Lupi, Ragay, Sipocot, Gainza, Libmanan, Milaor, Minalabac, Pamplona, Pasacao, San Fernando, Bombon, Calabanga, Camaligan, Canaman, Magarao, Ocampo, Pili, Caramoan, Garchitorena, Goa, Lagonoy, Presentacion, Sagnay, San Jose, Siruma, Tigaon, Tinambac, Baao, Balatan, Bato, Buhi, Bula, and Nabua.) – all levels, public and private (source)
  • Catanduanes Provinceall levels, public and private
  • Masbate Provinceall levels, public and private
  • Sorsogon Provinceall levels, public and private

Central Luzon

  • Aurora Province (Baler, Casiguran, Dilasag, Dinalungan, Dingalan, Dipaculao, Maria Aurora, and San Luis.) – all levels, public and private
  • Bataan Province (Abucay, Bagac, Balanga, Dinalupihan, Hermosa, Lamao, Limay, Mariveles, Morong, Orani, Orion, Pilar, and Samal.) – all levels, public and private
  • Bulacan Province (Angat, Balagtas, Baliuag, Bocaue, Bulacan, Bustos, Calumpit, Doña Remedios Trinidad, Guiguinto, Hagonoy, Malolos, Marilao, Meycauayan, Norzagaray, Obando, Pandi, Paombong, Plaridel, Pulilan, San Ildefonso, San Jose Del Monte, San Miguel, San Rafael, Sapang Palay, and Sta. Maria.) – all levels, public and private
  • Nueva Ecija Province (Aliaga, Bongabon, Cabanatuan City, Cabiao, Carrangalan, Cuyapo, Fort Magsaysay, Gabaldon, Gapan, Gen. M. Natividad, Gen. Tinio, Guimba, Jaen, Laur, Licab, Llanera, Lupao, Muñoz, Nampicuan, Palayan City, Pantabangan, Peñaranda, Quezon, Rizal, San Antonio, San Isidro, San Jose City, San Leonardo, Sta. Rosa, Sto. Domingo, Talavera, Talugtog, and Zaragoza.) – all levels, public and private
  • Pampanga Province (Angeles City, Apalit, Arayat, Bacolor, Candaba, Floridablanca, Guagua, Lubao, Mabalacat, Macabebe, Magalang, Masantol, Mexico, Minalin, Porac, San Fernando, San Luis, San Simon, Sasmoan, Sta. Ana, Sta. Rita, and Sto. Tomas.) – all levels (public and private)
  • Tarlac Province (Anao, Bamban, Camiling, Capas, Concepcion, Gerona, La Paz, Mayantoc, Moncada, Paniqui, Pura, Ramos, San Clemente, San Jose, San Manuel, San Miguel, Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac City, and Victoria.) – all levels, public and private
  • Zambales Province (Botolan, Cabangan, Candelaria, Castillejos, Iba, Masinloc, Olongapo City, Palauig, San Antonio, San Felipe, San Marcelino, San Narciso, Sta. Cruz, and Subic.) – all levels, public and private

Ilocos Region

  • La Union Province (Agoo, Aringay, Bacnotan, Bagulin, Balaoan, Bangar, Bauang, Burgos, Caba, Damortis, Luna, Naguilian, Pugo, Rosario, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Juan, Santol, Sto. Tomas, Sudipen, and Tubao.) – all levels, public and private
  • Pangasinan Province (Agno, Aguilar, Alaminos, Alcala, Anda, Asingan, Balungao, Bani, Basista, Bautista, Bayambang, Binalonan, Binmaley, Bolinao, Bugallon, Burgos, Calasiao, Dagupan City, Dasol, Infanta, Labrador, Laoac, Lingayen, Mabini, Malasiqui, Manaoag, Mangaldan, Mangatarem, Mapandan, Natividad, Pozorrubio, Rosales, San Carlos City, San Fabian, San Jacinto, San Manuel, San Nicolas, San Quintin, Sison, Sta. Barbara, Sta. Maria, Sto. Tomas, Sual, Tayug, Umingan, Urbiztondo, Urdaneta City, and Villasis.) – all levels, public and private

Cagayan Valley

  • Tuguegarao City – all levels, public and private

Cordillera Administrative Region

  • Abra Province – all levels, public and private
  • Apayao Province all levels, public and private
  • Benguet Province – all levels, public and private
  • Ifugao Province all levels, public and private
  • Kalinga Province all levels, public and private
  • Mountain Provinceall levels, public and private
  • Baguio City all levels, public and private

Schools

  • Ateneo de Manila University: all levels on all campuses

Super Typhoon Karding Updates Issued at 11:00 am, 25 September 2022

(Valid for broadcast until the next advisory to be issued at 2:00 PM today)

SUPER TYPHOON “KARDING” INTENSIFIES FURTHER AS IT MOVES WESTWARD TOWARDS THE NORTHERN PORTION OF QUEZON – THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF AURORA.

HAZARDS AFFECTING LAND AREAS

Heavy Rainfall

  •  This morning through the early afternoon: Moderate to heavy rains over Isabela, Aurora, and Quezon, including Polillo Islands, Catanduanes, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, and Isabela. Light to moderate with heavy rains over mainland Cagayan, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Marinduque, Romblon, and the rest of the Bicol Region.
  • This early afternoon through tomorrow early morning: Heavy to intense with at times torrential rains over Metro Manila, Zambales, Bataan, Tarlac, Pampanga, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Aurora, Rizal, and the northern portion of Quezon, including Polillo Islands. Moderate to heavy with intense rains over Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, Benguet, Ifugao, Mountain Province, Pangasinan, Cavite, Laguna, the central portion of Quezon, and Camarines Norte. Light to moderate with heavy rains over Mindoro Provinces, Marinduque, and the rest of CALABARZON and Bicol Region.
  •  Tomorrow early morning through the early afternoon: Heavy to intense with, at times, torrential rains over Zambales, Bataan, Pampanga, and Bulacan. Moderate to heavy with, at times, intense rains in Metro Manila, Pangasinan, Cavite, Occidental Mindoro, and the rest of Central Luzon. Light to moderate with, at times, heavy rains over Mountain Province, Ifugao, Benguet, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Oriental Mindoro, and the rest of CALABARZON.
  •  Under these conditions, scattered to widespread flooding and rain-induced landslides are expected, especially in areas that are highly or very highly susceptible to these hazards as identified in hazard maps and in localities with significant antecedent rainfall.
  •  Due to the Southwest Monsoon enhanced by KARDING, occasional monsoon rains are also possible over the Visayas and the rest of Southern Luzon, especially in their western sections. For more information, refer to the 24-Hour Public Weather Forecast issued at 4:00 AM today. Furthermore, the issuance of a Weather Advisory for the Southwest Monsoon is not ruled out.

Severe Winds

  • During the passage of KARDING, areas under Wind Signal No. 4 and No.5 will experience winds peaking at typhoon-force strength, while winds may reach storm-force strength within any of the areas where Wind Signal No. 3 is hoisted. Gale-force conditions are likely in any of the areas where Wind Signal no.2 is hoisted, while strong winds (a strong breeze to near gale strength) will be experienced within any of the areas where Wind Signal No. 1 is currently in effect.

Coastal Inundation

  • There is a high to very high risk of storm surge more than 3.0 m in height in the low-lying and exposed coastal areas of northern Quezon, including Polillo Islands and Aurora. In addition, a moderate to high risk of storm surge is also possible over Camarines Norte, Pangasinan, Zambales, Bulacan, the northern portion of Metro Manila, the southern portion of La Union, and the rest of Quezon. The combined effects of storm surge and high waves breaking along the coast may cause life-threatening and damaging inundation or flooding. For more information, refer to Storm Surge Warning #2 issued at 11:00 AM today.

HAZARDS AFFECTING COASTAL WATERS

  • Under the influence of KARDING, a marine gale warning remains in effect over the eastern and western seaboards of Luzon. For more information, refer to Gale Warning #3 issued at 5:00 AM.
  • In the next 24 hours, KARDING and the enhanced Southwest Monsoon will also bring moderate to rough seas over the northern and western seaboards of Luzon that are not under any gale warning (1.5 to 3.5 m) and the western seaboard of Visayas (1.2 to 2.5 m). These conditions may be risky for those using small seacrafts. Mariners are advised to take precautionary measures when venturing out to sea and, if possible, avoid navigating in these conditions.

TRACK AND INTENSITY OUTLOOK

  • Super Typhoon KARDING is forecast to track generally westward in the next 6 to 12 hours, then west-northwestward for the remainder of the day. On the forecast track, KARDING will likely make landfall in the vicinity of the northern portion of Quezon or the southern portion of Aurora tonight. The possibility of an earlier (afternoon) landfall or close approach in the vicinity of Polillo Islands is not ruled out.
  • For the remainder of this evening, post-landfall through tomorrow early morning, KARDING will traverse the landmass of Central Luzon and emerge over the West Philippine Sea via the coastal waters of Zambales or Pangasinan. The typhoon will then continue generally tracking westward over the West Philippine Sea for the remainder of the forecast period.
  • KARDING is forecast to continue intensifying and may make landfall at or near a peak intensity of 185-205 km/h. Frictional effects during landfall and traverse of the Luzon landmass will weaken KARDING throughout the evening through tomorrow early morning. However, this tropical cyclone will likely remain a typhoon while crossing the landmass.

Forecast Weather Conditions Issued at 4:00 AM, 25 September 2022

Place Weather Condition Caused By Impacts
Metro Manila, Central Luzon, CALABARZON, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes, Isabela, Quirino, and Nueva Vizcaya Stormy TY KARDING Possible flash floods or landslides due to heavy to intense torrential rains. Moderate to a significant threat to lives and properties due to gale-force to storm-force winds
Ilocos Region, Cordillera Administrative Region, the rest of Cagayan Valley, the rest of Bicol Region, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, and Marinduque Rains with Gusty winds TY KARDING Possible flash floods or landslides due to moderate to heavy with, at times, intense rains. Minimal to a minor threat to lives and properties due to strong winds
Visayas and the rest of MIMAROPA Cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms Southwest Monsoon / Trough of TY Karding Possible flash floods or landslides due to moderate to, at times, heavy rains
Mindanao Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain showers or thunderstorms Localized Thunderstorms Possible flash floods or landslides during severe thunderstorms

Department of Education (DepEd) Class Suspension Guideline:

  • DepEd Calls on parents to determine whether their children should go to school during typhoons, floods, and other calamities in the absence of official announcements from DepEd.
  • In the absence of storm signal warnings, LGU are expected to announce whole-day class cancellations no later than 4:30AM or half-day class suspensions no later than 11:00AM.
  • Storm signal warning declared by PAGASA between 10:00pm and 4:30AM reflects the whole day cancellation of classes in appropriate levels in the affected areas.
  • Storm signal warnings declared by PAGASA by 11:00AM automatically suspend the same day’s afternoon classes at appropriate levels in the affected areas.

*Suspension of classes for the tertiary level (colleges and universities) will be at the discretion of school management.

Guidelines on the Suspension of Classes When Typhoons and Other Calamities Occur
Guidelines on the Suspension of Classes When Typhoons and Other Calamities Occur image via DepEd
Cancellation of Classes from DEPED
Cancellation of Classes from DEPED
DepEd Automatic Class Suspensions and Cancellations
DepEd Automatic Class Suspensions and Cancellations
DepEd Advisory on Class Suspensions
DepEd Advisory on Class Suspensions
DepEd Class Cancellations - PAGASA
DepEd Class Cancellations – PAGASA

Flight Cancellations in the Philippines

(Please refresh this post for flight updates from Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and AirAsia Philippines.)

PAL cancels selected flights due to Typhoon Karding (“Noru”)

For the safety of our passengers, PAL has canceled the following flights on September 25 and 26, 2022, as Typhoon KARDING (international name “NORU”) is forecast to affect parts of the central and northern Philippines, including our main hub in Manila (MNL), over the next two days:

DOMESTIC FLIGHTS CANCELLED

September 25 – Sunday

  • Manila- Tacloban- Manila: PR 1987/ PR 1988/ PR 2983/ PR2984
  • Manila- Cebu- Manila: PR 1861/ PR 1862/ PR 1863/ PR 1864/ PR 1867/ PR 1868/ PR 1869/ PR 1860
  • Manila- Davao- Manila: PR 1818/ PR 1819/ PR 1820/ PR 1823/ PR 1824/ PR 2825
  • Manila- Iloilo- Manila: PR 2145/ PR 2146/ PR 2147/ PR 2148
  • Manila- Bacolod- Manila: PR 2135/ PR 2136/ PR 2137/ PR 2138
  • Manila- Roxas- Manila: PR 2205/ PR 2206
  • Manila- Puerto Princesa- Manila: PR 2787/ PR 2788
  • Busuanga (Coron)- Manila: PR 2964/ PR 2966
  • Cotabato City- Manila: PR 2958
  • Caticlan (Boracay)- Manila: PR 2050
  • Siargao- Manila: PR 2976

September 26 – Monday

  • Davao- Manila: PR 2808
  • Manila-Busuanga (Coron): PR 2961
  • Manila-Basco-Manila: PR 2932/ PR 2933
  • Manila-Calbayog-Manila: PR 2671/ PR 2672
  • Manila-Legazpi: PR 2921

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS CANCELLED

September 25 – Sunday

  • Manila-Bangkok-Manila: PR 732/ PR 733
  • Manila-Singapore: PR 509
  • Manila-Denpasar: PR 537

September 26 – Monday

  • Singapore-Manila: PR 510
  • Denpasar-Manila: PR 538

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS – INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS

Several flights from Japan (Tokyo Haneda, Fukuoka, Osaka Kansai, and Tokyo Narita) and Saigon will depart with a five to six hours delay.

ATTENTION – THIS IS A DEVELOPING SITUATION; FURTHER CHANGES ARE EXPECTED.

Philippine Airlines will keep a close watch on weather forecasts for the airports we serve in Luzon island and other parts of the Philippines if they need to cancel or adjust other flights and routes.

Suppose you have a flight to or from any of the above areas. In that case, we advise you to check the status of your journey by logging on to www.philippineairlines.com and clicking the “Flight Status” icon on the main page and then fill in the flight number (without the “PR” or “2P” designation, just the number itself) and date of departure.

The flight’s status is updated in real-time, and there is no need to call the contact center to verify the information. We encourage you to continue monitoring the status of your flight using the Flight Status self-service tool on our website so that we can keep our contact center hotlines free of congestion.

You may also check further advisories on our Official PAL Facebook page.

Please do not proceed to the airport if your flight is canceled; instead, avail of the rebooking options below.
FOR PASSENGERS OF CANCELLED FLIGHTS:

You have the option to:

  1. Convert your ticket to Travel Credits equivalent to the unused base fare of your ticket. Voucher validity is one year (1) year from date of issuance.
  2. Rebook or Reroute your ticket to another flight with available space within 60 days from the original flight in the same booking class or higher within the same cabin class.
  3. Refund ticket without penalties, excluding Ticketing Service Charge
    You may access the online self-re-accommodation tool for flight rebooking. Simply click the Manage Tab and then select the Flight Disruption button at www.philippineairlines.com.
    If your contact details are in our reservation records, you will be informed of the status of your flights via e-mail, telephone call, or SMS/text.

For more information, you may call the PAL hotline (02) (+632) 8855-8888, visit www.philippineairlines.com, or via Official PAL Facebook page.

Philippine Weather Updates: Some Classes for Monday, September 26, 2022, have been canceled due to inclement weather conditions brought by Super Typhoon Karding.

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