The dreaded part of the year is when the rainy seasons come. While we have all been accustomed to knowing when they will strike, it has become increasingly obvious lately that timetable has turned for seasons in our regions due to climate change. Worst, the storms seem to be more harmful, leaving a trail of destruction and claiming lives as well.
We often hear now of flooded regions and people left homeless. Just check out the mess Typhoon Mina left lately. There are even some people left due to mishaps of drowning or landslides. As a whole, the storms harassing us today are no joke and we have climate change to thank for it. They are for real and unless we are careful, we may find ourselves among the victims soon. It is best to be on alert and take precautionary measures before they even think of striking us.
Further reading: PAGASA explains failure to nail Mina’s track