• Kevin Conrad posted an update 1 year, 5 months ago

    Good afternoon, Weather Philippines Foundation! I’m from the municipality of Tayug situated in the province of Pangasinan, home of the first-ever Sunflower Maze in the Philippines :). I’m a fan of your weather agency and I would like to extend my million thanks for installing an Automated Weather Station (AWS) here. For the past months, the installed AWS is not delivering real-time weather conditions. I can’t use it for weather forecasting :(. I’m begging for your help to fix it as soon as possible. This AWS contributes a big help to my fellow townspeople, the Tayugenians! Thank you for your favourable action! 😀

    • Hi, Kevin! We are very glad to hear this feedback. Rest assured that we will look into the matter you mentioned. Thank you for your continued support to our advocacy of building a #WeatherWiser nation. Cheers!

    • Thank you po. We badly need the AWS. Please fix it as soon as possible. God bless, WPF. Keep building a #WeatherWiser nation :D.

    • Hi Kevin….
      good to know that a young student like you is already interested in this kind of activities and/or subject matter…, like my daughter, she’s in grade 10…. she’s my alter ego in monitoring weather systems, earthquakes, rising of water level in dams, etc…
      since you are along the Agno River, just below the San Roque Dam, aside from monitoring the weather system, you can also monitor the water level in the dams in Ambuklao, Binga and San Roque so that you can have a very good picture in weather forecasting, both from the atmosphere and in the ground…. especially if you can already relate the rainfall and possible flooding situation….
      by the way, we are kababayan…, im also from pangasinan…., san manuel.
      we’re just residing now in Butuan City, where i work….
      Kudus to you!!!!!

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