Water levels in Luzon dams dip – PAGASA
Water levels in Luzon dams dip – PAGASA
Water levels in Luzon dams dip – PAGASA
by Daylight Abas11 March 2024
Photo courtesy: MWSS

The water level in Luzon dams continue to decrease as the temperature rises due to the impending sumer season, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) reported on Monday.

Based on the Climate Monitoring and Prediction Section report by Chief Analiza Solis, Angat Dam is currently at 203.08 meters, which is lower compared to the 203.25-meter record on March 10.

In a radio interview, Solis explained that Angat Dam’s recent record is still manageable as it will recover during the rainy season.

Apart from Angat Dam, the following dams’ water levels have dipped:

  • La Mesa Dam, 76 meters
  • Ambuklao Dam, 747.70 meters
  • Binga Dam, 569.60 meters
  • San Roque Dam, 238.77 meters
  • Pantabangan Dam, 182.38 meters
  • Magat Dam, 172.05 meters


Meanwhile, Solis also mentioned that there will be a 55% chance that in the months of June to August or July to September this year, the Philippines will experience the La Niña phenomenon.

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