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Living with Gener

Typhoon Gener that is. This storm affected the whole of  Northern Luzon practically.  Classes have been suspended for several days and so as work.. The Weather people says, Gener seems to be having too much fun in the Philippines being stationary and all over there in the north.

Erratic but having "stormy fun" Gener so far has  caused floods, got airline schedules suspended, created traffic havoc, spilled dams,  spit garbage out of Manila Bay, caused EDSA billboards down, etc.

Seems to me these weather aberrations are becoming stronger and wierder. 

Can't help but feel for those affected. Our family was once a victim of  a weather condition similar to Gener. He was called Ondoy!

Take care everyone.

More typhoon and weather imagery here.

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