No need to suspend classes in Pangasinan

LINGAYEN, Pangasinan — The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office has announced there is no need for a province-wide declaration of class suspension due to typhoon “Carina” in Pangasinan.

Storm warning signal number 1 remains hoisted over Pangasinan.

The PDRRMO issued an advisory at 4 a.m. today indicating areas that may experience heavy downpour and flashfloods.

Only Dagupan City has declared suspension of classes from pre-elementary, elementary to secondary on August 1.

Meanwhile, according to state weather bureau PAGASA, most parts of Pangasinan continue to experience light rain in the past six hours and will remain to be so in the next few hours, although there may be occasionally moderate to heavy downpour in some areas. PNA/northboundasia.com