High waves crashed into a coastal village in San Jose, Camarines Sur on Sunday, during the onslaught of Super Typhoon Rolly.
Video from Twitter user @iamdevilkisser, used with permission, showed what looked like a storm surge slamming into the sea wall. Officials could not immediately confirm this.
Ricardo Jalad, Executive Director of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, said he had yet to receive official reports on floods and storm surges.
WATCH: In San Jose, Camarines Sur, residents feel strong winds and rains along with storm surge starting at around 8:30 a.m. due to #RollyPH (????Arlene/@iamdevilkisser) pic.twitter.com/kWH92Zrtaf— reportr (@reportrdotworld) November 1, 2020
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Earlier Sunday, PAGASA released this storm surge warning:
In the next 24 hours, there is a high risk of storm surge of more than three meters over the coastal areas of Catanduanes and Camarines Norte and the northern coastal areas of Quezon including Polillo Islands and Camarines Sur; up to three meters over the coastal areas of Metro Manila, Cavite, Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan, the southeastern coastal area of Batangas (facing Tayabas Bay), and most of the southern coastal areas of Quezon; up to two meters over the coastal areas of Marinduque, Lubang Island, Albay, Masbate (including Ticao and Burias Islands), Northern Samar, and Eastern Samar and the remaining coastal areas of Quezon, Camarines Sur, and Batangas.
There is also a moderate to high risk of storm surge over the coastal areas surrounding Laguna de Bay and Taal Lake, PAGASA said.