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- 04/01/17--22:56: _Landslides/deslizam...
- 03/05/17--16:09: _Tropical cyclone EN...
- 03/17/17--09:55: _Peru - floods
- 04/29/17--05:19: _Earthquake (7.2...
- 05/04/17--11:28: _TC Donna (Vanua...
- 06/22/17--15:29: _EQ in Guatemala 22 ...
- 07/18/17--20:59: _Montenegro fires
- 12/07/16--05:39: Earthquake in Aceh, Indonesia
- 12/08/16--19:34: Earthquake near Solomon Islands
- 04/01/17--22:56: Landslides/deslizamiento in Mocoa, Putumayo, COLOMBIA
- 03/05/17--16:09: Tropical cyclone ENAWO - Madagascar
- 03/17/17--09:55: Peru - floods
- 05/04/17--11:28: TC Donna (Vanuatu)
- 06/22/17--15:29: EQ in Guatemala 22 June 2017 12:31 UTC
- 07/18/17--20:59: Montenegro fires
landslides occurred on 1 April 2017 in Mocoa, department of Putumayo, in the south of Colombia
Intense Tropical Cyclone Enawo expected to make landfall on Tuesday (07 March): It is expected to hit around Cap Masoala (between Antalaha and Foulpointe) on the north-east coast with sustained wind speeds of between 165 km/h and 200 km/h (intense tropical cyclone). Enawo will subsequently move southwards across the highlands, including Antananarivo, as a storm system. It is expected to bring heavy rainfall (400mm in 24h). Eight regions are at risk of floods: Analanjirofo, Atsinanana, Sofia, Alaotra Mangoro, Analamanga, Menabe, Vatovavy Fitovinany and Atsimo Andrefana.
Enawo appears similar to Cyclone Ivan, which in 2008 affected 525,000 people, including 195,000 people displaced. Existing capacities are expected to be exceeded. With logistics expected to be challenging, the Logistics Cluster is already developing response (and emergency resource mobilization) plans. Other sectors are also preparing.
The next coordination meeting will be on Monday (06 March) at 11h (Madagascar time) and more information to come.
FCSS is in touch with ROAP and OCHA Philippines and according to Local Philippines Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the magnitude of 7.3 tectonic in nature Earthquake occurred at 4.23 am this morning. It has a depth of 87Km (05.4N, 125.32E or 31km N80W of Sarangani Province. The nearest areas recorded intensity 5 include; Davao Occidental General Santos City, and Koronadal which are expecting aftershocks. So far no reported damages. Other areas with recorded intensity are Cotabato – 4.2, Davao city and Zamboanga city magnitude 4. Office of Civil Defence (OCD) of regional 12 is gathering information. The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management officers in the area are monitoring the situation. Initial reports from OCD are people along the costal region in Sarangani region have started to evacuate to higher grounds. As of this hour no damages have been reported.
We will keep on monitoring the situation and update should the situation change.
Tropical Cyclone Donna (CAT3) is currently sitting of the north east coast of Vanuatu; it is not yet known if it will make landfall or directly impact the capital of Port Vila. Current modelling has the storm moving across the northern tip of the Vanuatuan Island chain before heading south out to sea between Vanuatu and New Caledonia.
Orange earthquake alert (6.8M,depth:10km) in Guatemala at 6/22/2017 12:31:00 PM